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Jerusalem Life

| Woodstock Heads to Jerusalem

Janglo News    
Tuesday, 13 August 11:13 AM
According to festival organizer Tracey Shipley, who is receiving support from the Hitorerut Party, more than 20 acts will perform, including teen bands from the Sobar youth project that directs challenged teens to music.

The venue features a large open area for camping that holds up to 800 people. Following the opening night’s performances, there will be a campfire and acoustic jamming. The following morning will feature yoga, juggling and breakfast before the music resumes at 11 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m. before the onset of Shabbat.