Jews, call your overbearing mothers and tell ‘em that attending the Langerado festival will not hinder your steadfast plans to observe the Sabbath as usual. Services will commence at sundown on Friday with a very special rabbinical leader.
Matisyahu, a popular American Jewish reggae artist, performs Sunday, March 11th at the festival, and will be hosting Shabbat for Langerado campers on both Friday and Saturday. Shabbat, commonly referred to as the Jewish day-of-rest, begins at sundown Friday night, and ends after sundown on Saturday night. Matisyahu and friends will be setting up Shabbat services, meals, and parties throughout the weekend. All activities are open to everyone and anyone. No knowledge of Shabbat is required and meals will be open to all who attend. Campers should feel free to stop by the Matisyahu Shabbat campsite any time throughout the festival simply to hang out, fire up a conversation, or mingle with friends new and old.
Matisyahu, what can’t this guy do? But really, Jews, call your mothers anyway. They’re probably worried sick about you in this weather.
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