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Hanukkah Concert by Six13 at Anshe Emeth

Acapella stars Six13 perform on December 25 at Anshe Emeth Temple. Credits: youtube

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ  Six13, a New York based six-man vocal band, will perform a Chanukah concert at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple on Sunday, December 25, 2016 beginning at 7pm at the Temple.


Six13 is a national phenomenon both on the internet and in traditional media bringing an unprecedented style of Jewish hip hop dance tracks and rock anthems with tracks that sounds like a full band – while using nothing but their voices. They have appeared around the country to rave review and have six award-winning albums and are among the top Jewish music artists on iTunes.  “We are thrilled to have Six13 come to Anshe Emeth as part of our concert series.  If you close your eyes, you would swear that it’s a full band performing. Their high energy, unique sound, and great dance moves will make it a fun evening,” said Regie Roth, President of the Temple Board.


Tickets for the concert are $36 for adult, $18 for students.  There is a Chanukah Candle lighting and dinner beginning at 5 pm at a cost of $12 per adult and $8 per child. There is also a Patron option of $136 which includes 2 tickets with preferred seating and dinner.  For tickets, visit our website at ; call 732-545-6484 or email the Temple at

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