Get ready for the Chol HaMoed experience of a lifetime.
On Sunday, September 22, 2013 - Chol HaMoed Sukkos 5774 at 7pm, you and a few thousand of your closest friends will be jamming to the music and rocking to the beat as Nachas, Lipa Schmelczer and Benny Friedman take over the Boulders Baseball Stadium for a Simchas Beis HaShoevah like Monsey has never seen before.
General admission seating means you and your gang can all sit together and enjoy the show (though you’ll probably be on your feet cheering for most of it.)
Don’t miss what promises to be an amazing night of music and dancing.
Celebration@theStadium – Will you be there?
Lipa Schmelczer – Elazar Lipa Schmelczer is an American Hasidic singer and composer. He is a headliner within Hasidic and Haredi communities worldwide. Schmelczer has released over a dozen solo albums. In 2008 he was named to the Forward 50 of most influential Jews. A Skverer Hasid, he grew up in the Hasidic enclave of New Square, New York, a village in Rockland County, New York. After his marriage Lipa began performing at weddings and bar mitzvahs in the Jewish communities of upstate New York and Brooklyn. He earned a reputation as a natural performer, and began releasing discs and videos. He has rocketed to stardom in the Hasidic music world. Schmeltzer's music has gained popularity due to the fusion of traditional Hasidic music and lyrics with contemporary music styles. His performance range includes "hard-driving rock tunes, jazzy shuffles, pseudo-rap numbers, solemn prayers, klezmer dances and jokey skits. He writes lyrics in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Benny Friedman - One of the fastest rising stars in Jewish music, Benny Friedman has made a name for himself by consistently proving himself to be talented, versatile and one of the nicest people in the Jewish music business.
Benny’s musical career began at age thirteen when he began performing at small local events and audiences were mesmerized by his dazzling voice.
Working towards his goal of inspiring people through music, Benny has devoted countless hours to making music that is meaningful.
Benny just released his second album, Yesh Tikvah, to much acclaim.
The Venue – Home to the Can-Am League’s Rockland Boulders, Provident Bank Park in Pomona, New York is a brand-new 5,000 seat stadium located right off Exit 12 of the Palisades Interstate Parkway, adjacent to Monsey, less than 30 minutes from the GW Bridge.
For directions and more information, visit http://rocklandboulders.com/ballpark/map/