Jewish teens are invited to a special performance by the band Flobots Tuesday night. Doors open at 8:00 pm at the Inverness Hotel (Englewood). Open to any Jewish 8th-12th grader - need not be a member of BBYO. Details and video

Flobots Concert for Jewish Teens – Tuesday!

TUESDAY December 22

As part of the BBYO Regional Convention, all Jewish teens are invited to a special performance by the band Flobots Tuesday night. Doors open at 8:00 pm at the Inverness Hotel in Englewood.  Open to any Jewish 8th-12th grader – need not be a member of BBYO, but you must have ID showing your age. The cost is $20 at the door.

This is an incredible opportunity to hear the band in a teen-friendly environment. Here’s a sample of their music.  For more information about BBYO including summer travel programs worldwide, visit bbyo.org

BBYO is the largest transdenominational Jewish youth movement in the world, reaching over 25,000 teens. For more than 80 years, BBYO has provided exceptional identity enrichment and leadership development experiences for hundreds of thousands of Jewish teens. In 60 communities across North America, Jewish teens connect with one another, volunteer in the community, celebrate their Jewish heritage, prepare for leadership roles, and travel the world together, all within a Jewish context. BBYO’s 250,000 alumni are among the most prominent figures in business, politics, academia, the arts, and Jewish communal life.

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