Atlanta Jewish Music Festival | Uncategorized
Jewish music, Jewish, music festival, Atlanta music, Jewish Atlanta, Jewish ATL, Atlanta festival, live music, Jewish life
1
archive,paged,category,category-uncategorized,category-1,paged-4,category-paged-4,tribe-no-js,tribe-bar-is-disabled,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode_grid_1300,footer_responsive_adv,qode-theme-ver-10.0,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.12,vc_responsive

Our friends at ModernTribe have the BEST Hanukkah gifts around, whether that's downtown Atlanta (171 Auburn Ave) or their online store. Even better, this holiday season they are donating 10% of their purchases to AJMF when shoppers use the code "AJMF10." The shop for benefit goes through the end of Hanukkah, December 14th. The benefit code works for all sales, including on discounted merchandise. Thank you for supporting AJMF through ModernTribe this Hanukkah season!...

With Georgia Gives Day behind us (THANK YOU Georgians!), we turn our attention to our year-end campaign that will support AJMF7, our annual world music Spring Festival. AJMF’s signature event is the Spring Festival, which attracted 3300+ attendees in 2015 (March 12-23, 2015) for 10 events over a 12 day period. People from all ages, backgrounds, affiliations and denominations attended the 2015 Spring Festival, including Jews and non-Jews. Throughout the festival, audience members had the opportunity to engage with local artists and vendors in a casual, informal environment.  The 2016 Spring...

We're excited for the 4th annual celebration of Georgia Gives Day, our states' largest 24-hour crowd mob of giving. AJMF will participate with hundred of Georgia based nonprofits. This day will officially kick off our year-end fundraising campaign that will include a one-month IndieGoGo project, sponsor solicitations, government grant requests and more! To learn more about supporting AJMF, please contact our director, Russell Gottschalk (russell at atlantajmf dot org). Thank you for supporting Jewish music experiences in Atlanta and around our state!...

Zusha was incredible! Bandleaders Shlomo, Elisha and Zachariah were joined by Noam and Max for a hypnotic five-piece ensemble that entertained hundreds of fans at the Atlanta Jewish Academy. Listen to a live recording from the show by clicking the screenshot below. Find more AJMF live recordings on our soundcloud page. And check out the worldwide Jewish celebrations by visiting #KeepingItTogether on Instagram. We look forward to celebrating The Shabbat Project with you next year (dates TBA). AJMF's next music-inspired, Shabbat Service will be First Fridays on December 4, 2015....

The Atlanta Shabbat Project begins tonight with The Great Big Challah Bake (sorry, sold out). Approximately 600 Jews and challah lovers will crowd the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta to mix their ingredients, knead their dough and braid their future holy Shabbat bread. In addition, communities in over 60 countries will be doing the exact same thing. This relatively new project to unite the Jewish diaspora in observance of Shabbat has truly caught on as Jews worldwide embrace the sacred ritual and connection to other communities. Learn more about the...

We're thrilled to announce AJMF has now over 1,800 likes on our Facebook page! To celebrate this fantastic milestone, we've created a contest to share tickets, merch and more. By "attending" a stage on our Facebook page, you could win one of the following:      It's free to enter and this contest ends one week from today (Thursday, October 22). Get your party on people and choose your stage!...

Atlanta's annual celebration of kosher meat and community is right around the corner (Sunday Oct 18 at Brook Run Park, 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM) and we're excited to share the line-up for the main stage: 11:30 - 11:40 AM event starts 11:40 AM - 12:30 PM  Nick and the Grooves 12:30 - 12:40 PM  set change 12:40 - 1:40 PM Hello, Goodbye, Peace 1:40 - 1:50 PM set change 1:50 - 2:30 PM No Komment  2:30 - 2:40 PM set change 2:40 - 3:10 PM The Ultimate Loophole 3:10 - 3:30 PM event ends   In addition to live music and plenty...

The 2nd Annual First Fridays Sukkah Cafe was full of spirit and energy as Rabbi David Spinrad, Sammy Rosenbaum, Eli Sperling and Samara Katz lead the congregation in song. We captured a couple of the tunes and you can view the videos by clicking on the screenshots below. "Lecha Dodi"   "Mi Chamocha"   Follow First Fridays on Twitter to stay informed of their future programming. Learn more about Sammy Rosenbaum, First Fridays' musical leader. Find more videos of Jewish music experiences around Atlanta on AJMF's youtube page....

We're excited to announce sponsorship opportunities for AJMF7 (March 10-27, 2016)! Contact info@atlantajmf.org for more details or a personalized package. If you find the above document difficult to read, find the text below. Thank you for your support of AJMF and a more vibrant Jewish Atlanta! DIAMOND ($10,000+): 10 VIP TICKETS Main Event (3/26/16), 6 VIP TICKETS Opening Night (3/10/16), STAGE HOST A Spring Fest Event (TBD). Plus top billing on e-mail, signage and website, 8 AJMF shirts and 4 limited edition silk screened posters. PLATINUM ($5,000+): 6 VIP TICKETS Main Event (3/26/16), 4 VIP TICKETS Opening Night (3/10/16),...

With the High Holydays behind us, we're primed for a HUGE October (11 events!) that features two big new events for AJMF: the Atlanta Kosher BBQ Competition and The Atlanta Shabbos Project. The former will feature local bands that many of you know well. The latter concludes with a concert featuring Zusha, an emerging Hasidic Soul trio from New York that will be playing an AJMF event for the first time. Here's what you need to know about these dynamic musicians: Zusha is a Hasidic Soul band inspired by friends Shlomo, Elisha and...