• slider1
  • slidehsababa
  • MSlide51666
  • slide2
  • MSlide5122
  • MSlide5155
  • MSlide1
  • MSlide4
  • MSlide5
  • MSlide3
  • MSlide2

http://sparkseattle.orgSpark.reducedMiddle eastern rock, klezmer orchestra, hassidic folk, and rappers with a message delivered under blue skies with a side of falafel. Seattle gets its first-ever outdoor, Jewish music festival, SPARK.

From noon to six on August 31st the Seward Park Amphitheater will ignite with SPARK. Headlined by Moshav Band of Israel and California, SPARK is an all ages, outdoor music festival for Seattle’s Jewish community. The main stage will feature a full day of music from 12 – 6PM including local stars Nissim, Sasson, Erev Rav, Eli Rosenblatt and Oregon based spoken-word artist Ari Lesser and Ben Yosef. Peruse craft vendors, enjoy kosher cuisine, spread your blanket out in the sun and watch the eagles soar overhead to the sounds of contemporary klezmer, Middle Eastern flavored rock, hassidic folk and rap. SPARK is built for Seattle family fun. Kids can frolic in the Kids Korral with squirrel balls, coffee sack races, sports, face painting, and more.

Where: Seward Park Amphitheater, 5902 Lake Washington Blvd S
When: August 31, 12 – 6 p.m.
Cost: $18/person pre-paid at BrownPaperTickets.com. Kids 14 and under