"When I heard that they were going to be in Denver, I knew that I just had to go." Click the headline for the rest of the review.

Idan Raichel Project Concert Review

I first heard of the Idan Raichel Project a few years ago from a friend on Facebook, who lives in Israel. When I heard that they were going to be in Denver, I knew that I just had to go. I took my father who is an avid music fan.

The show was awesome! I only wish that they had played longer! On stage there was a great mix of musicians, with different styles and energy. In the crowd there was a mix of young and older, secular and religious. There was also a fairly large Boulder contingency, next time the Idan Raichel Project comes to Colorado they should be playing the Boulder Theatre!

If you have not heard the Idan Raichel Project, check them out now: idanraichelproject.com/en

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