CU Boulder Hillel Hosts An Evening with Idan Raichel

We’re all in this TogetherWhile social distancing separates us physically, CU Boulder Hillel finds a way to still celebrate together. 

During these challenging times, the only way to guarantee our safety has been to separate ourselves from each other. However, we are continually moved by the power of community and how much joy our lives are gained through the simple act of gathering. 

This Tuesday, March 2nd, CU Boulder Hillel is planning an in-person drive-in concert by Idan Raichel, an international musician, with a live DJ and food trucks – all of which will be following COVID protocols. Viewers can also watch along at home via Zoom.

The Idan Raichel Project is a band where musicians from all backgrounds come together to play music in their own native languages as a celebration of every culture, language, and heritage. Their message of togetherness is even more powerful now, and this event celebrates the beauty and diversity of Israeli music. 

As CU Boulder Hillel strives to create a safe and welcoming community for the Jewish students at CU Boulder and beyond, this evening with Idan Raichel will allow others to enjoy a phenomenal concert from the comfort of their car (or couch), while connecting with others through a global celebration of music. This event is possible in partnership with CU’s Cultural Events Board, Student Government, and St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church.

The event is open to the community. For the drive-in portion, the “doors” open at 5:00 pm and the actual program with Idan will begin at 6:00 pm. 

About Seth Reder

Seth Reder is the Executive Director of CU Boulder Hillel.

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