The Annual International Jewish Open Space Festival!
This year the festival was completely upscaled and upgraded!
Jewish flare, inspiring contemporary as well as traditional Jewish music, charitable fundraising, unique workshops, kids programs, and so much more – all this took place in the streets of different cities under the open sky.
It’s admirable, I love the atmosphere, I love this joy that was ignited by dancing.
Very interesting. I love that there are people offering support, people you have something in common with.
Kyiv Jewish Messianic congregation is the host of this amazing festival.
The Festival has taken place annually for 10 years in a row now. It’s scale and geography expands even in spite of the war.
This festival is open to everyone, to all passers-by in the streets. This year it takes place in 4 countries: Ukraine, Germany, Finland and the US.
Kyiv, Lviv, Vinnitsia, Odesa, Berdychiv, Kamyanets’-Podilsky, Vancouver, Cologne, Dresden, Poorvo.
In different cities thousands of people joined in the open Jewish celebration under the open sky.
Besides this opportunity to learn more about Jewish culture, at every festival location all festival guests could make a donation to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as well as join themed workshops where every person regardless of age could pick a new and interesting activity for personal growth and feed the soul.
We present our charitable projects as well as projects’ hosted by volunteers in our congregations: for example, chaplains who help our soldiers or volunteers who help IDPs. In other words, we understand the situation in our country, that there is a war on, and every single person needs support.
People at our workshops very often ask us how they can help the army – we help the army, do good things, and work as volunteers.
I love it here. It’s so cool. There are so many awesome experts here.
I met a girl from Kharkiv, we got to know each other, I loved this festival very much.
Traditionally, this festival is held during the fall Jewish feasts. It’s a massive project that takes months to prepare. A team of international experts and volunteers are deeply involved in the preparation process. They go to great lengths to throw an authentic Jewish feast under the open sky.
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