What: Biennial Music Festival featuring the best in Jewish/world music
Thursday, December 12, 2013 from 9:45 11:00 PM
Where: Various venues in the Gaslamp District (see below for lineup and venues)
Free and open to the public
The Biennial Music Festival brings the best Jewish/World music artists (with a little stand-up comedy and spoken word poetry thrown in) to the Gaslamp
Quarter for one night only, December 12, from 9:45 until 11 PM. The festival is part of the Union for Reform Judaisms Biennial Conference, a five day gathering of Jewish leaders from all over North
America, taking place at the San Diego Convention Center from December 11-13.
The Biennial Music Festival, under the direction of producer and musician Josh Nelson, promises to be the very best place to experience many of the
finest performers and composers in modern Jewish music, from an eclectic array of jazz, rock, folk, classical, pop, bluegrass, world beat and cabaret
(Middle-Eastern inflected pop) and Alan Goodis (Jewish rock) Presented by
AIPAC Quality Social - 789 6th Ave.
(Jewish rock) and Max Jared (eclectic singer-songwriter) Presented by URJ Youth
Programs Old Spaghetti Factory - 275 5th Ave.
(blues) and Elana Jagoda (folk-rock vocalist) Presented by the National
Association of Temple Educators (NATE) La Fiesta - 628 5th Ave.