Imagine thousands of people united in song. Koolulam, the world-famous singing sensation from Israel, is coming to Boston for their first U.S. tour. Be a part of this immersive musical experience to celebrate Israel’s 71st Independence Day and bring together the many voices across our community. CJP is partnering with the Israeli American Council (IAC) for this beautiful and thrilling sensory event.
Koolulam believes that musical harmony inspires harmony in humanity and evokes a powerful sense of hope. Together, we’ll learn a three-part arrangement of a song and then perform it—and don’t worry, no experience is necessary! Koolulam will capture the music and magic in a video for all to share on social media.
Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. Dietary laws will be observed.
Though this event is open to all ages, we strongly suggest that attendees be 8 years of age or older.
House of Blues is primarily a standing venue with limited stadium-style seating on the third level. The venue is wheelchair-accessible and has an elevator.
If you require special seating accommodations, please email Lihi Bustin-Shoshani at IAC Boston.
House of Blues is easily accessible via public transit. On the Green line, take the B, C or D trains to Kenmore. (The D line also has a Fenway stop.) Several buses stop in Kenmore and near Lansdowne Street. See more information from the MBTA here.
The Framingham/Worcester line commuter rail stops at Lansdowne. All are about a five-minute walk to House of Blues, located on Lansdowne Street across from Fenway Park.
There is no parking exclusive to House of Blues Boston. Parking is limited around the venue.
As with every community event, we take your security very seriously. Please make sure to have your tickets with you (either on your smartphone or a hard copy printout) and bring a valid government-issued photo ID.
No backpacks, oversized bags, bottles or any items that can be used as a weapon are allowed inside the venue. Bags will be searched, and everyone will be screened through a metal detector during registration. Please visit the House of Blues security page if you require additional security-related information.
For other questions or information, please email the IAC.+ More... - Less...
15 Lansdowne St
Boston, MA 02215
$25.00 After Sunday, May 26
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