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As we leave season 6 (July 2014- June 2015) in the past, we have six reasons to be excited for the successes and milestones of AJMF6. 1. We engaged 13,000+ attendees, the first time ever we reached a five figure fanbase for year-round programming. 2. We produced or co-produced 50+ events, our most productive season yet. 3. We had growth from new partnerships with visiting teen conventions, increased synagogue collaborations and large community events. 4. We nurtured continuing programs like the Molly Blank Concert Series at The Breman, the Jazz at the J series...

We are thrilled to continue our multi-year partnership with Fulton County Arts & Culture (FCAC) and the Fulton County Board of Commissioners! These bodies serve as primary contacts for cultural programs and services support to Fulton County based nonprofit arts organizations and Fulton County residents. Sponsorship from Fulton county agencies enables AJMF to continue to expand programming in Fulton County, for both Jewish and non-Jews. Like our partners, we believe the arts are essential to the quality of life of our citizens and to the economic and social health of our communities. For more...

We're excited to launch our summer fundraising campaign TODAY! In collaboration with The Temple, this month-long effort will strengthen First Fridays and sacred Jewish Atlanta. As you may know, First Fridays was established by The Temple in early 2014 to be an authentic, relevant, and monthly music-driven Jewish spiritual and social experience. Our collaboratively created, welcoming and diverse community reflects our city at large: Jews from many different backgrounds, partners in interfaith relationships, people exploring Judaism or in the process of becoming Jewish, and Jews of all ages and affiliations who seek meaningful...

Food Truck Thursday at Brook Run Park was a HUGE Success! Check out talented performers from The Weber School and Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) by clicking the picture above. Thank you to the thousands of fans who supported this community event!...

This Sunday, we're celebrating Israel's 67th birthday with JFGA and the entire Atlanta Jewish community. (April 26, 1:00-5:00 PM, FREE and all ages) Enjoy live performances by Kosha Dillz, Nick and the Grooves, No Komment, Shir Harmony and Rabbi Karmi Ingber!...

We're excited to present the following talented teen bands at Lemonade Days 2015 (#LDays15)! Ian's Friends' Band (12:10 PM) New Era (12:50 PM) No Komment (1:30 PM) Jared Solovei's Band (2:10 PM) See ya Sunday!...

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...