Event Location: INA LEVINE JEWISH COMMUNITY CAMPUS, 12701 N. SCOTTSDALE ROAD, SCOTTSDALE 85254  Media inquiries: 602-515-2304.

Desert Gathering Jewish Music Fest finalizes Nov. 5 event details

The Fifth Annual Desert Gathering Jewish Music Festival will feature a rich diversity of music styles — as well as an emphasis on community — during a Sunday, Nov. 5 outdoor event.
Bluegrass, Old Time, reggae, funk, soul, classic rock and traditional Jewish song will all be a part of the annual Desert Gathering Jewish Music Festival, 4-8 p.m. at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus in Scottsdale.
Through the powerful medium of music, the festival brings together Valley residents from all different segments of the community, regardless of age, race, religion or political leanings, says Todd Herzog, the founder of the Desert Gathering Jewish Music Fest.

Desert Gathering Jewish Music Fest relocates annual event to Scottsdale

Featured artist, Nefesh Mountain will perform at Desert Gathering Jewish Music Fest Nov. 5. 

Put out the welcome mat because the Desert Gathering Jewish Music Fest moves to a new home this year.
The Desert Gathering Jewish Music Fest, an outdoor concert event designed to celebrate Jewish music and culture, will hold its fifth annual festival at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus in Scottsdale from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 5. Relocating from the festival’s previous Steele Indian School Park location to the campus, situated at the southeast corner of Scottsdale and Sweetwater Roads in north Scottsdale, gives the music festival a more intimate and contained setting, according to DGJMF founder Todd Herzog.

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