Aharit Hayamim festival marks 10 years

The festival's aim is to promote the combination of Jamaican-style reggae with traditional Jewish texts and melodies.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 27, 2009 13:45
The festival combines reggae with Jewish texts and

The festival combines reggae with Jewish texts and. (photo credit: PR)

 
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The Aharit Hayamim (End of Days) Jewish reggae-roots festival will mark its 10th anniversary this year when the event takes place on August 6. The festival will host many artists who will perform live shows on two stages, hold master classes and entertain families in the Mesuot Yitzhak Forest in Gush Etzion. Aharit Hayamim will begin in the morning and will run until the wee hours of the night, with the earlier hours set aside for family-friendly activities. The later hours will see performers like Shlomo Bar, Haim David, Sinai Tor and Binyamin Landau. The festival's aim is to promote the combination of Jamaican-style reggae with traditional Jewish texts and melodies. Tickets: 054-241-5707 or www.aharit.org.

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