After 10 years performing around the globe, the boys of Six13 are finally making their way home. Join the award-winning group as they “give back” to their hometowns, with special opportunities for free tickets!
Six13’s Homecoming Series: Rockland
Friday, March 27, 6 p.m.: Shabbat services with Six13
Sunday, March 29, 3 p.m.: Six13 in concert
with special guest performance by the students of RJA!
How to get free tickets
- Friday night services are free and open to the public
- First 50 attendees at Friday night services receive one free ticket to Sunday’s concert
- Free tickets to Sunday’s concert available to all RJA students and WCJC members (deadline passed)
Online tickets for this Sunday’s concert are now SOLD OUT.
There will be a limited number of tickets ($18 each) sold at the door beginning at 2:30 p.m. AVAILABILITY IS NOT GUARANTEED and is first-come-first-served.
Seating is general admission (first come first served)
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to showtime or your tickets may be given away
Six Nice Jewish Boys take the stage, each equipped with only a microphone, a grey blazer and the resolve to entertain. Images of choral singing / barbershop / doo-wop enter your brain; this is going to be boring, you think. Then, six mouths open — and it’s anything but.
Suddenly, you’re hearing full-fledged contemporary pop and soulful rock anthems with hard-hitting “drums”, deep bass and powerful lead vocals. You’re fully engaged, and you begin to notice: so is the entire crowd. This isn’t at all what I thought a cappella music was. This group is unlike anything you’ve ever seen or heard — and you can’t quite figure out how that sound is being generated by nothing more than six guys and their voices.
But you, and the rest of the audience, remain riveted long after that novelty wears off. The Jewish favorites you grew up with intermingle with clever parodies of today’s hits and catchy Six13 originals you’ll be humming on the drive home. Along the way, there are laughs, sing-alongs (both planned and unplanned), demonstrations, words of Torah and more — and by the end of the night, you feel like you’ve made six new friends.