Atlanta Jewish Music Festival | Jewish Atlanta’s Fall Festivals
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Jewish Atlanta’s Fall Festivals

With summer drawing to close, we’re looking forward to some big Jewish Atlanta festivals this Fall:

  • Sukkot Farm to Table Festival at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (Sunday, Oct. 8 from noon – 4:00 PM) featuring great food (Yalla!, Souper Jenny, Oy Veg knishes and Revolution Gelato), live music (Robbie Horlick and The Cohen Brothers Band), chef demonstrations, farmers market and more.
  • Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival at Brook Run Park (Sunday, Oct. 22 from 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM) featuring the best in smoked, kosher meat (brisket, ribs, chicken), live music (No Solution, Nick and The Grooves, and Ian’s Friends’ Band), a circus camp for the kids, vendors, and more.
  • The Shabbat Project at Atlanta Jewish Academy (Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9:00 PM – late) featuring live music (Eitan Katz and Sammy K) and food/drinks for an international celebration of Shabbat.

As the events draw closer, we’ll share more details via e-mail. Join our community through a link on our home page.