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Hanukkah dance party and more at Seattle Jewish Arts and Music Festival, Dec. 8-9



PHOTO COURTESY OF THE LEEVEES

The LeeVees, an indie-pop band fronted by Adam Gardner of Guster fame, will play songs off their album "Hanukkah Rocks" for a family dance party at the Stroum Jewish Community Center, part of the first annual Seattle Jewish Arts and Music Festival on Dec. 8 and 9.

 

Expect such hits as “Applesauce vs. Sour Cream,” “Gelt Melts” and “How Do You Spell Channukkahh?”

 

Doors open an hour before the 1 p.m. show on Sunday, Dec. 9. Come ready for candle-lighting, crafts and food trucks. Tickets $5. Full details and ticket sales available online.

 

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