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Join AJMF and Jewish Kids Groups (JKG) April 17 (5:30-7:30 PM) for a Shabbat Dinner Potluck featuring Mama Doni and the Hebrew Wizards Band. Please RSVP by April 14 and sign up to bring a vegetarian dish to share....

From the intimate, Interfaith Dialogue to the humungous Hunger Walk/Run, AJMF6 inspired community through the transcendent power of Jewish music. Tell us what you liked and what we could do better. One respondent will win two tickets to see Ester Rada at The Breman Museum (May 7, 7:30-9:00 PM). TAKE SURVEY...

  Check out the full line-up and details for the final weekend of AJMF6 (3/20-23): http://eepurl.com/bheviz...

  Opening Night feat. Jump Babylon Click the pic above and the pics below to see full photo albums from the first AJMF6 weekend! And visit our youtube page to view live video from Jump Babylon and The Red Heifers. Zale's "Fortress" Release Party ACFB Hunger Walk/Run The Red Heifers...

We're incredibly grateful to our fans and friends who served on the AJMF6 Host Committee. These awesome people attended a listening party, shared AJMF details with their networks and will be seen at AJMF6 events over the next two weeks! Ginny Adams, Cantor Lauren and Moshe Adesnik, Shayna Baruck, Ilse Becerra, Bram and Anne Bessoff, Tommy Bledsoe, David Bloom, Rabbi Menachem Borenstein, Zach and Alexis Cohen, Bennie and Cobi Cohen, Lindy Miller and Jonathan Crane, Ethan and Monique Davidson, Nick and Sara Edelstein, Paul and Barbara Flexner, Leah Fuhr, Mark Gallegos,...

Many thanks to the Atlanta Jewish Times for their thorough and complete coverage of AJMF6! Click the links below for information, interviews and more: Full festival review International AJMF6 focus Opening Night Jump Babylon spotlight Steve's Live Music feature Zale's Album Release spotlight Hunger Walk Run feature Holocaust Remembrance Concert feature...

Featuring traditional melodies and instruments, Diwan Saz unites multiple Middle Eastern cultures and religions to promote peace through music. Learn more about the musicians who will be performing at the Main Event (8:45-9:45 PM set at Variety Playhouse) and participating in an Interfaith Dialogue the following morning (10:00-11:00 AM at Emory Center for Ethics) by clicking the image above....

We're fortunate to have promotional support from the following media partners: 1690 AM Voice of the Arts, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Atlanta Central Progress, Atlanta Intown Newspaper, Atlanta Jewish Academy, American Jewish Committee, ATL Collective, Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters, Atlanta Jazz Festival, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Atlanta Jewish Times, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Atlanta Moms, Atlanta Music Guide, Atlanta PlanIt, Backstage Beat, Congregation Bet Haverim, Congregation Beth Shalom, Temple Beth Tikvah, Congregation B'nai Torah, Consulate General of Israel to the Southeast, Consulate General of Canada, Creative Loafing, Davis Academy, Dunwoody Crier, DunwoodyMusic.com, Temple Emanu-El, Emory...

AJMF's Director, Russell Gottschalk was interviewed by Audrey Galex for Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters (AIB) on Thursday, February 26. Their conversation will be aired on "AIB Metro" several times over the next two weeks: Thursday, March 5 at 6:00 PM Saturday, March 7 at 4:00 PM Monday, March 9 at 11:00 AM Tuesday, March 10 at 9:00 PM  ...

One third of Israeli pop trio "Habanot Nechama," Yael Deckelbaum will bring bilingual soul and kinetic energy to the AJMF6 Main Event. Click the picture above to preview her live performance. And get your tickets now to see her perform in Atlanta on Saturday March 21 at Variety Playhouse (doors 7:45 PM, Diwan Saz 8:45 PM, Yael Deckelbaum 10:00 PM). ...