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In One Voice is back

In One Voice is presented by SKIF and the Kadimah Jewish Cultural Centre. For more information, visit inonevoice.org.au.

Young dancers entertain at a previous In One Voice.
Photo: Peter Haskin
Young dancers entertain at a previous In One Voice. Photo: Peter Haskin

IN One Voice organisers are set to welcome members of the community back to the festival this weekend following the cancellation of last year’s event due to COVID-19.

Festival manager Jackie Jacobson is excited with the range of music, stalls, Israeli dancing, kids’ activities and an art exhibition that will be held in the former ABC studios in Selwyn Street, Elsternwick.

The format for activities on Sunday, March 21 – billed as For One Day – is different to previous festivals with COVID-19 guidelines requiring activities spread over two sessions, from 11am-1pm and 1.30-3.30pm, with visitors needing to pre-book tickets.

“For One Day still has tickets available, but the number is capped at 1000 so to avoid disappointment people should sign up,” said Jacobson.

Each session will have a different line-up of performers.

The music festival on Saturday, March 20 – called For One Night – featuring a line-up including Josh Abrahams, Galit Klas, Toby Bender and big band YID! has already sold out with the audience capped at 220 people.

For more information and to register for tickets, visit inonevoice.org.au.

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