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Event Calendar

The Atlanta Jewish Music Festival (AJMF) inspires community through the transcendent power of Jewish music.

Acoustic Shabbat at Alon’s Dunwoody

Alon’s Bakery (Dunwoody)
7:00 pm show

Join AJMF, MJCCA and The Weber Scho0l for a casual “Coffee House” evening featuring acoustic and soulful music in celebration of Shabbat.

Food and drinks available for purchase. Arrive early to reserve your table. FREE and open to people of all faiths and backgrounds!

Musicians include Rabbi Brian Glusman, Drew Cohen, and students from The Weber School.

January 19 (Friday)

“Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me” at AJFF Opening Night

Cobb Energy Center Performing Arts Center
7:30 pm show

We’re excited for the Opening Night of the 2018 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) which features Sammy Davis Jr.’s biopic “I’ve Gotta Be Me.”

Local favorites 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra will be performing in the theater prior to the screening start.

Learn more about AJFF and their annual festival here.

January 24 (Wednesday)
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AJMF9 Spring Festival

Atlanta, Geogia
6:00 pm show

AJMF’s multi-week, signature Spring Festival (AJMF9) returns March 8-25, 2018.

Full artist and venue details released Tuesday, January 30.

March 08 (Thursday)

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