Tonight at Noon is an album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus that was released on the Atlantic label in 1964. It compiles tracks recorded at two sessions – the 1957 sessions that produced The Clown and the 1961 sessions that produced the album Oh Yeah. These tracks have since been added to the CD re-releases of their respective albums as bonus tracks.
The Allmusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 3 stars, stating: "While the former session features Mingus going for the blues via European harmonics and melodic approaches with hard bop tempos (particularly on the title track), the latter session with its nocturnal elegance and spatial irregularities comes off more as some kind of exercise in vanguard Ellington with sophisticated harmonies that give way to languid marches and gospel-tinged blues... Despite the fact that this is an assembled album, it holds plenty of magic nonetheless".