Hitmaker Alex Clare headlines this 3rd Jewish pop-rock music festival in scenic Coconut Grove, presented by Avenue J at Chabad of the Grove
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$22 for one general admission ticket (up to $38.80 value)
3rd Annual Avenue J Music Festival with Alex Clare
Alex Clare: With a sound inspired by Stevie Wonder, The Fugees, and Radiohead that fuses deep bass lines and synth with alternative rock, this British blue-eyed soul singer-songwriter rocketed up the charts with the hits “Too Close” and “War Rages On”
Moshav: Today they’re based in Los Angeles, but these worldly folk-rockers indeed grew up in a small Israeli moshav, Mevo Modiin, known for its density of musical talent.
Zusha: This Hassidic Soul trio, which incorporates jazz, reggae, folk, ska, and gypsy swing into their emotionally stirring musical brew, has sold out New York’s Bowery Ballroom and headlined Central Park’s SummerStage Yiddish Soul Concert
Other highlights: Kosher wine and food from Hassid+Hipster; the stars above the old-growth hammock trees of The Barnacle Historic State Park located in the coastal Coconut Grove neighborhood.