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Israeli-American Rock sensation and AJMF1 (2010) headliner Moshav will return to Atlanta for KehillaFest, a celebration of Rabbi Karmi Ingber's first five years leading The Kehilla. Sunday, February 8th Atlanta Jewish Academy (5200 Northland Dr 30342) 6:30 PM doors, 7:00 PM music, $36, all ages...

The 6th Annual Atlanta Jewish Music Festival (AJMF6) will feature: TICKETED EVENTS Saturday, March 21 MAIN EVENT Feat. Yael Deckelbaum and Diwan Saz Variety Playhouse (1099 Euclid Ave NE 30307) 7:45 PM doors, 8:45 PM music, $25 advance, $30 doors, 13+ ----- Thursday, March 12 OPENING NIGHT Feat. Jump Babylon Steve's Live Music (234 Hilderbrand Drive NE 30328) 6:30 PM doors, 7:30 PM and 9:30 PM sets, $15 general admission, $20 reserved seating, all ages ----- Saturday, March 14 "FORTRESS" RELEASE SHOW Feat. Zale and Friends Steve's Live Music (234 Hilderbrand Drive NE 30328) 6:30 PM doors, 8:00 PM music, 9:00 PM release, $10 general admission, $15 reserved seating, all ages ----- Sunday March 15: ACFB Hunger Walk/Run Feat. 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra and Tony Levitas Turner Field and Downtown Atlanta noon-4:00 PM, visit...

Diwan Saz is a multi-cultural, inter-faith group of Israeli and Middle Eastern musicians united by their passion to promote peace and understanding through music. This January (2015) featured track, "Az Yeranen," is a poem beloved by Iraqi and North African Jews. DOWNLOAD...

We did it! Our year end fundraising campaign goal has been exceeded before the first Hanukkah candle is lit. Thank you to the 75+ donors mentioned previously and these new, generous supporters: Wendy and Dale Bearman, David Bloom, Beth and Gavin Brown,Randy Crohn, Kathy Gottschalk, Robin and Dotan Zebrowitz Harpak, Ann Hazzard and Michael Isaacs, Eliana Leader and Yoni Kaplan, Elissa and Harris Konter, Susan Gordon Moray, Ana and Eric M. Robbins, Rabbi Davidand Gal Spinrad, Valerie and Paul Root Wolpe....

We continue to be proud partners with the Fulton County Arts Council, Fulton County Board of Commissioners and the Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture. 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 Jews 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...

Find out how you can party at Shabbat in the ATL and walk out without paying by watching this 30 second video. Contest winner will be announced midday Friday and the winner must be present (this Friday 11/21/14 at Park Bench, 7-10 PM) to redeem their prize....

This past summer, we sat down with over 20 artists, fans, board members and volunteers (some pictured above) to discuss AJMF, Atlanta's Jewish community and the power of music. WATCH THE VIDEO Thank you to passionate advocates and ambassadors for sharing your time and enthusiasm with our community....

The JCC's Book Festival is in high gear!  Click here to see the entire program guide and make sure to catch: Nov 9: MJCCA Family Reading Festival featuring Rick Recht Nov 12: Broadway Bound featuring Eddie Shapiro and Barbara Eisenberg...

Thank you Eddie Owen Presents and the Red Clay Music Foundry for hosting the incomparable Billy Jonas Band! And many thanks to our fans and friends for joining in the music making! Click the photo above or here to visit an entire album of pictures from the event....