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Matisyahu Sets ‘Festival Of Light’

12:01 PM Tuesday 9/27/11 | |

The reggae musician announces his sixth annual “Festival of Light” beginning in mid-December in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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    Budapest Jewish Summer Festival, Budapest, Hungary
    September 5, 2010

    (AP Photo / MTI)

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Longtime Matisyahu fans know what the Festival Of Light is about. Accompanied by Dub Trio, Matisyahu’s annual Hanukkah journey features surprise guests along with a wide range of support acts. Artists who have appeared on Matisyahu’s Festival of Light shows include Kevin Devine, Travie McCoy and Brett Dennen.

Originally created as a New York City-based residency, Matisyahu took Festival Of Light on the road for the first time last year, expanding the experience to such places as Clifton Park, N.Y., and Baltimore.

This year’s Festival Of Light begins with three nights at Brooklyn’s Music Hall Of Williamsburg Dec. 19-21. Other stops are New York City’s Webster Hall Dec. 22; Philadelphia’s Theatre Of Living Arts Dec. 24; Portland, Maine, at State Theatre Dec. 26; South Burlington, Vt., at Higher Ground Dec. 27; and Washington, D.C., at the 9:30 Club Dec. 28.

Aunt Martha opens Dec. 19; Dub Trio Dec. 20; Adam Deitch and Break Science Dec. 21; and Cris Cab Dec. 22 – 28. Tickets go on sale Oct. 5. For more information, visit MatisyahuWorld.com.


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