50% SOLD OUT! Kumzing with Shmueli Ungar and Naftali Kempa THIS SUNDAY!

50% SOLD OUT! Kumzing with Shmueli Ungar and Naftali Kempa THIS SUNDAY!

Music enthusiasts and fans are in for a special treat as Kumzing, the acclaimed concert from Eretz Yisroel, makes its debut in the States for the first time. Produced by the legendary Shulem Vagshal, this concert will feature Israeli kumzitz sensation Naftali Kempeh joined by Chassidic powerhouse Shmueli Unger. Unger, fresh off the release of his highly anticipated album titled "Sholom Aleichem," which has quickly become an audience favorite with many hit songs.

Shmueli and Naftali will take the stage accompanied by the acclaimed Hamenagnim Orchestra led by Maestro Yehida Glili, bringing the unique Israeli Kumzing flavor to the American audience. The duo will perform some of their biggest hits, fan favorites, along with fresh material sure to wow audiences. In addition to the headliners, there will also be surprise performances for a night that will be memorable and entertaining.

"We aim to bring the Israeli energy and Kumzing experience to the American stage. This has been in the making for years, and what better time to make it happen than in the joyous month of Adar leading up to Purim."

A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Zaka, which has been the face of Chesed and Mesiras Nefesh in Eretz Yisroel in recent months.

To accommodate the audience, the event will have separate seating, with the entire balcony section allocated for women.

This is not just another show; this is a fresh Jewish music experience that will engage, enthrall, and entertain. If you enjoy Kempeh, Unger, or simply appreciate great Jewish music, then this is the concert for you.

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