Chabad of South Broward to Host 43rd Annual South Florida Chassidic Chanukah Festival at Hard Rock Live Theatre

On Thursday, December 22, Chabad of South Broward will host its 43rd Annual South Florida Chassidic Chanukah Festival at Hard Rock Live Theatre with seats for 7,000 people.

The enormous event will feature the lighting of Florida’s largest Menorah, live entertainment by Ishai Ribo, Avraham Fried – the greatest Jewish singers in Israel and in the United States – and fourteen musicians and technicians from Israel.

“The annual South Florida Chanukah Festivals have attracted tens of thousands of Jews to their first taste to Yiddishkeit,” the event organizers said. “It is one of the largest outreach events in the world.”

Knowing how much the Lubavitcher Rebbe requested special gatherings in the Year of Hakhel, and since the Rebbe blessed Chabad of South Broward for its Chanukah Festival that it should grow each year, organizers and sponsors are taking this giant leap, incomparable to anything that has been done in the past.

When both Gulfstream and the Big Easy Casinos couldn’t host this year, the decision to go to Hard Rock Live was cemented!

Advantages to Hard Rock Live include no fear of rain (it’s indoors), and much better security!

Two generous “angels” have stepped up to the plate to contribute each $43,000 as MAJOR PARTNERS in this event.

Chabad of South Broward is looking for further partners to help ensure the success of the event, with any balance in costs being covered by donations and ticket sales.

Perks for this level sponsorship includes front row seats or the couches, an ad in Program on every seat, a meet and greet with Ishai Ribo and Avraham Fried with a deluxe dinner before the Festival, participating in the lighting of Florida’s largest Menorah and much more.

Tickets will go on sale starting November 10th.

P.S. One can sponsor/advertise via Zelle, PayPal, CashApp or with a bank wire. Information below:



CashApp: $chabadsouthbroward

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