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THANK YOU! Today we look back on this year’s wildly wonderful, totally sold out festival, and the many months of work in the lead up to AJMF, and are overjoyed with the outcome. Thank you to the artists, venues, our donors, sponsors, marketing and media partners and, most importantly, everyone who came out to support and enjoy this year’s festival. We can’t wait to share what we have in store for 2020. It will be music and it will be Jewish. What exactly that means, we’re still and always exploring.

See photos from the festival here.


Thursday, March 7  
ATLANTA HISTORY CENTER @ 7:30PM
Bill Charlap Trio
Somewhere: The Songs of Leonard Bernstein 


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Saturday, March 9
VINYL AT CENTER STAGE @ 9PM
Lawrence 
A Jewish-led brother/sister musical phenomenon whose “rich nine-piece arrangements pay tribute to Motown, Muscle Shoals, and everything in between” (Relix Magazine)


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Sunday, March 10
THE BREMAN MUSEUM @ 5PM
Salute To Hollywood: 
Jewish Contributions to Academy Awards® Best Original Songs (Feat. Bob Spiotto and Deb Bowman) 

Presented by Molly Blank Jewish Concert Series / Produced by Atlanta Jewish Music Festival


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Thursday, March 14
AA SYNAGOGUE @ 7:30PM
Ben Sidran 
There Was A Fire: Jews, Music and the American Dream


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Friday, March 15
TEMPLE SINAI @6:30PM (service) @8:15PM (conversation) 
Friday Night w/Alan Light (Rolling Stone rock critic)
Jewish Contributions to American Music: Bob Dylan, Beastie Boys & Beyond
TICKETS


Saturday, March 16
VENKMAN’S @ 6 PM & 9:30 PM
ATL Collective 
Relives The Sounds of Chess Records 
TICKETS FOR 6PM SHOW
TICKETS FOR 9:30PM SHOW


Interested in purchasing a festival pass? Reach out to info@atlantajmf.org.