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Don't miss Atlanta's largest single-day Jewish festival!

Tickets include FREE aquarium admission!


Join the Atlanta Jewish community for a day of Jewish music, food, and more at the third annual Atlanta Jewish Life Festival!

  • Hear music from Jewish performers
  • Enjoy delicious kosher food
  • Connect with dozens of Atlanta Jewish organizations
  • See the new shark tank and hundreds of other aquatic species

3rd Annual Atlanta Jewish Life Festival
Sunday, February 27, 2022
11 am - 3 pm
Georgia Aquarium™

Tickets include FREE access to the aquarium for the entire day! You'll enjoy all the aquarium has to offer PLUS Jewish food, music, and culture at a fraction of the cost of regular aquarium admission.

Performances & Activities

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Ticket, Location & Parking Info

Atlanta Jewish Life Festival
Sunday, February 27, 2022
11AM – 3PM

Ticket Fees

Tickets include festival activities and entry to the Georgia Aquarium™ for the entire day! Delicious Kosher food available for purchase.

Family Pass (2 adults + up to 4 kids): $65
Children under 3: free
Children 3 - 12 years old: $8
13 years and older: $22

COVID-19 Protocol as of Jan. 12, 2022:

Out of an abundance of caution and to prioritize community safety, the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival has moved to Sunday, February 27, 2022. We are also limiting attendance and providing adequate spacing between activities.

In accordance with an executive order by the mayor, the Georgia Aquarium™ requires all guests 3 years old and up to wear a mask covering their nose and mouth during their visit.

(Updated Weekly)

Live Performances

Mashups and mixing from DJ AMP'D ENTERTAINMENT
Music from Kayla Furie of the Epstein School
Music of the Atlanta Jewish Boys Choir
Music from singer-songwriter Rabbi Jake
Music from recording artist and youth leader Hannah Zale
Jewish melodies and Hebrew chants from Bonnie & Michael Levine of SunMoon Pie
Blues, R&B and a little bit of funk with As of Yet
Music from The Baal Shem Tones

Family Activities

Laugh with Ruby the Clown
Caricature art from Mark Mandel of BIGhead Cartoons
Magic tricks Paul Sponaugle of Magic and Mirth
Face painting with Kellie Sheard of Kool Kidz Face Painting
Photos from Button It Up
Decorate your skin with henna art by EnRapturing Entertainment
Arts and crafts
FREE Aquarium Access!


Kosher Food Vendors

Delicious kosher food available for purchase:

Satisfy your sweet tooth with delicious Kosher cinnamon buns and gourmet toppings from Cinnaholic
Kosher pizza from EB Catering Company
Kosher slow-smoked BBQ and sides from Keith's Corner BBQ
Crowd-favorite Falafel from Toco Grill
Pareve donuts and polish hot dogs from the Kosher Gourmet
Kosher cotton candy from Cotton Cravings
Kosher chicken stew, aromatic rice pilaf, and cucumber salad from Wolfgang Puck Catering



Jewelry from Layla B Designs
Contemporary Judaica Art from Mixed Media Mamma
Sustainable, reusable masks from Israel from Sonovia Masks

Community Partners

Ahavath Achim Synagogue
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Atlanta Israel Coalition
Atlanta Jewish Academy
Atlanta Jews of Color Council
Atlanta Kosher Commission
Atlanta Scholars Kollel
B'nai B'rith International - Achim/Gate City Lodge Atlanta
Camp Barney Medintz
Camp Judaea
Chabad of North Fulton
Chai Lifeline
Conexx: America Israel Business Connector
Congregation B'nai Torah
Congregation Beth Shalom
Congregation Shaarei Shamayim
Consulate General of Israel
Creating Connected Communities
Epstein School
Friends of the IDF
Friendship Circle of Atlanta
Gesher L'Torah
Hadassah Greater Atlanta
Hebrew Order of David
IAC Atlanta
Jewish Abilities Alliance
Jewish Camp Initiative
Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta
Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
Jewish Fertility Foundation
Jewish Interest Free Loan of Atlanta
Kesher Torah
MJCCA Day Camps
PJ Library
Ramah Darom
Second Helpings Atlanta
Simon Wiesenthal Center
Temple Sinai
URJ 6 Points Specialty Camps
URJ Camp Coleman
Zachor Shoah

Plan your day


Georgia Aquarium™ is located at 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313 (downtown Atlanta across from Centennial Olympic Park)

GPS, Navigation, and Parking Directions

If you are driving, use this address for a more direct route to Georgia Aquarium™ parking: 357 Luckie Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30313

Event Entry

Please enter the festival through the Ocean's Ballroom located on the first level of the Aquarium parking deck at 246 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30313

Public Transportation
MARTA: Georgia Aquarium™ is a 10-15 minute walk from the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station on the Blue/Green line or from Civic Center or Peachtree Center Stations on the Red/Gold line.

The official Georgia Aquarium™ covered parking deck operates 1,600 safe, secure, and well-lit spaces attached to the Georgia Aquarium™.

Parking Passes
For convenience, you can pay for parking online or in person, at the Aquarium parking kiosks located at the member's entrance or information desk. If you purchase online, you will be asked to scan your parking ticket upon both entering and exiting the parking deck.

Parking Prices
Aquarium Members: $11 online or at the gate.
Click here to buy online

Non-Aquarium members: $12 in advance online; $17 at the gate.
Click here to purchase parking pass online

Georgia Aquarium™ parking passes are valid ONLY for the Georgia Aquarium™ parking deck at 357 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30313.
Passes are NOT valid for the World of Coca-Cola parking deck.

Be Part of the Festival

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The Atlanta Jewish Life festival relies on volunteers to ensure the event runs smoothly and all of our guests are happy. Sign up to volunteer and share the link with friends!

Food Vendors

Prepare and sell your kosher Jewish and Israeli food to thousands of festival attendees! Vendors retain all sales. Space is limited to 6 food vendors so reserve your spot early.

Price to participate increases January 31, 2022

Festival goers line up for a nosh at the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival

Festival goers line up for a nosh at the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival

Community Partners

Connect with festival goers and share information about your Jewish community organization or academic institution. Community partner space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Due to the overwhelming response from the community, all Community Partner spaces are filled this year. Be sure to join us as a guest at the Festival and plan to register early next year!


festival goers learn about Jewish organizations at the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival

Children engage with one of the many Jewish organizations at the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival

Become a SponsorMake a Donation

Sponsor the Festival

Support the Jewish community and showcase your business to more than 5,000 event attendees and partners when you sponsor of Atlanta's largest single-day Jewish festival!

We offer sponsorship opportunities for every budget. Identify the one that works for you and complete the sponsorship sign-up form.


Donate to the Festival

The Atlanta Jewish Life Festival is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded by the Atlanta Jewish Times. The event’s success relies on donations from generous donors like you. Every dollar makes a difference! Please help support the The Atlanta Jewish Life Festival by making a charitable donation today. Donations are tax-deductible.

If you would like to donate by check,
please direct your payment to: Atlanta Jewish Life Festival.

Mail checks to:

Atlanta Jewish Life Festival
c/o Atlanta Jewish Times
270 Carpenter Dr. NE, Suite 320
Atlanta, GA 30328












Organic Solutions LLC

Friends of the Festival

Chabad Intown
Hillels of Georgia
McKendrick's Steak House
Remembrance Memorials
The Davis Academy




About the Festival

The Atlanta Jewish Life Festival, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, was founded by the Atlanta Jewish Times (AJT). The event is Atlanta's largest single-day festival promoting and celebrating Jewish and Israeli arts, food, music, and culture while connecting the community to local synagogues, nonprofits, and social action groups. The event aims to  strengthen community connections to Jewish beliefs, traditions, and family.

In keeping with its mission of “Keeping Jewish Atlanta Connected”, in 2017, AJT created the Atlanta Jewish Connector, an on-line community calendar and directory for long-time Atlantans.

Having successfully sustained and enhanced a community Jewish newspaper and developed an on-line resource guide for Jewish Atlanta, AJT wanted to broaden their impact further on the Atlanta Jewish community to create an annual one-day event.


Contact Us

We welcome your questions and comments. Please feel free to get in touch by filling in the contact form below, or via email or phone.

Atlanta Jewish Life Festival
270 Carpenter Dr. NE, Ste. 320
Atlanta, GA 30328


Call: 404-883-2130