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Event Calendar

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

Acoustic Shabbat at Java Monkey

Java Monkey
7:00 pm show

Casual “Coffee House” evening at Java Monkey (Decatur) featuring acoustic and soulful music in celebration of Shabbat. Musicians include Rabbi Brian Glusman, Drew Cohen, Tristan Hulsebos, Max Bittner, and Rebecca Glusman. Food and drinks available for purchase. Arrive early to reserve your table.

FREE and open to people of all faiths and backgrounds!

Thank you to our presenting partners the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta and The Weber School.

October 27 (Friday)

Shabbat Project Havdallah Concert

Atlanta Jewish Academy
9:00 PM doors,  
9:30 pm show

Join hundreds of Jewish Atlantans for our Shabbat Project Havdallah Concert featuring Eitan Katz and Sammy K!

Event attendees will enjoy an open bar and kosher snacks thanks to our generous supporters. Can you help sponsor The Shabbat Project Havdallah Concert with a tax-deductible donation? Please contact us here.

To reserve a seat at this FREE show, answer a few questions here.

October 28 (Saturday)

ATL Collective presents Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water”

City Winery Atlanta
6:00 PM doors,  
7:00 pm show

We’re excited to team up with ATL Collective again to relive a classic album from start to finish!

ATL Collective creates live music events that seek to replicate the intimate experience of listening to an album for the first time, going track by track, reading through the liner notes and turning over the record, truly enjoying the music for what it is, without distractions.

We’ll be announcing our AJMF9 collaboration (save the date Saturday, March 24, 2018) during this show’s set break! And FYI, there is a 2nd performance at 10 PM following the 7 PM show.

November 22 (Wednesday)
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