Indie Artists Headline Jewnfest: LA Concert Series Vol. 1

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Jewlicious presents two nights of indie, passionate, compelling, and addictive music at this year’s 1st Annual Jewnfest: LA Concert Series Vol. 1, Tuesday, June 14th and June 15th. This endeavor brings out seven acts for two-nights at LA’s venerable music venue, The Mint, 6010 West Pico Blvd. Grab your friends for an intimate and rocking musical experience that won’t break your bank. Enjoy $2 Asahi premium beers, lots of other great drinks, and tickets start at only $10.

The newest part of the lineup is composer, singer/songwriter Josh Kramon. Kramon’s TV credits include composing the themes and scores for network shows such as UPN’s critically acclaimed Veronica Mars, ABC’s Cupid, October Road and Big Shots, MTV’s Making the Band and, most recently, the noir-ish ‘40s jazzy main title song to Starz’ Party Down.

Headliners for Tuesday’s tribute to the rising folk-rock revival led by Mumford & Sons and Edward Sharpe and Magnetic Zero’s is rising star Yael Mayer, back up by Dov Rosenblatt (Blue Fringe) and his newest collaboration called The Wellsprings and Lauren Barth.

Headliner for Wednesday is HYIM, an award winning singer/songwriter, pianist, poet, and freedom fighter from the Bay Area, bringing the funk and fun. He is backed up by Josh Kramon and LA’s coolest Klezmer band called Klezmer Juice. Klezmer Juice is vibrant Yiddish soul imbued with musical influences both old and new from around the world.

Tickets are on sale and limited and start at $10 for one night. Through Sunday Night, purchase your 2 day pass for only $15.

Major sponsors include Jewish Community Foundation Los Angeles and Asahi Beer.

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