$10 per person and $20 per family.
Family tickets = 1 household only (does not include married children, aunts, uncles or cousins)
Admission gate fee only includes entrance to the festival. Sumptuous BBQ, grilled meats, Israeli food, sweets, vegetarian dishes and much more may be purchased from the festival food vendors.
You'll be able to purchase your gate fee starting early 2018. There will be no "paper tickets" -- just check-in at the front gate on Remington Road!
Shuttle vans and buses will be available at co-partner Kaiserman JCC's Wynnewood location at the corner of City Line Avenue & Haverford Road. Only a 5 minute ride to the festival. Limited neighborhood parking.
The Courtyard Marriott is offering Hava NaGrilla attendees a special group rate of $139/night. The hotel is only 7-10 minutes from the event and JCC shuttle. Book your room now!!
RAIN or SHINE EVENT!
- Wheelchair accessible rest rooms will be available at the event.
- Baby changing station
- Senior rest area
All bags, backpacks and packages will be subject to a security screening process at the JCC parking lot & at the entry gate to the festival. We will have a security line for bag inspection and encourage all festival-goers to bring as few possessions into the festival as possible.
*Please do not walk in with any non-Kosher foods to the event (like sandwiches or snacks)
No pets allowed! We cannot allow dogs into the festival other than service dogs.
Mechanical Bull Riding: suitable for all ages, $5 a ride. The mechanical bull is centered in the middle of an inflatable floor and sides and is safe for the entire family!
Premium Scotch and Bourbon Table: For a small donation to Hava NaGrilla, participants may taste two premium scotches/bourbons.
How many sour or garlic pickles can you eat in 4 minutes?
Win an official Hava NaGrilla Mega Trophy with a Pickle on TOP!
There are only 20 spaces available for the Hava Nagrilla Pickle Eating Contest! Cost for entry is $20/person.
Former investment banker turned chef, Steve Cook returned to his home town of Philadelphia to pursue his love of food and help build a restaurant empire with his restaurant group, CookNSolo.
He is the co-owner of Percy Street Barbecue, fried chicken and doughnut concept Federal Donuts, Abe Fisher, serving small plates of the Jewish diaspora and Dizengoff, a hummusiya in Philly and in New York’s Chelsea Market.
Their first book, Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking won the coveted James Beard Award for “Best International Cookbook” in 2016. In partnership with Broad Street Ministries, Cook also helped develop soon-to-launch, nonprofit Rooster Soup Company.
Rob and Maggie Wasserman met at Rouge in 1999. After marrying, they lived and traveled extensively in Asia working in both the import and fashion industry.
Gary was a winner of 8 Gold Glove awards and a member of the Philadelphia Phillies' 1980 World Series championship team.
After retiring from baseball, Garry became CEO of A. Pomerantz & Company, Philadelphia, and president of World Wide Concessions Inc., Bellmawr, N.J. He has served on the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's board of directors since 2004. He is also the founder and president of the Youth Golf and Academics Program, an organization that works with inner-city youth in Philadelphia and Camden. Maddox currently serves on the board of several organizations.
He is also a fan of good BBQ and has teamed with Philadelphia restauranteur Steven Starr to hold an Annual Stephen Starr-Garry Maddox Barbecue Challenge for the past 12 years.
2018 COOKING TEAMS:
- Hava NaGrilla BBQ Champion: Bensalem, PA
- Harco Loco BBQ: Bel Air, MD
- Smokin on the Highway – R&Z Kosher Smoked Meats: Brooklyn, NY
- Peep’s Pit BBQ: Aventura, FL
- Grateful ‘Que LLC: King George, VA
- Smokin Chutzpah: Wynnewood, PA
- Alquemy: Great Falls, VA
- Kosher Baconites: Philadelphia, PA
- Plum Crazy BBQ: Warfordsburg, PA
- BBQ Bob’s Kosher Club: Bryn Mawr, PA
- Hebrew Skool Dropouts: Kansas City, MI
- Mount Smokemore: West Orange, NJ
- Nice Racks: Huntingdon Valley, PA
- Here Come the Judge BBQ team: Middletown, MD
- Shiva Que: Wellington, FL
- Holy Smokes!: Bala Cynwyd, PA
- Q Biz BBQ: Menands, NY
- Crackers Cooking Kosher: Plainview, NY
- Center City Smokers: Philadelphia, PA
- Uncle Mordy John the Catholic and the MEATzva Girls: Flushing, NY
You can Pre-Order T-Shirts in Spring 2018!
Official Hava Nagrilla Baseball Caps are also available! Pick one up when you get premium admission to the event.
Six13 - They’re driven by a mission to connect Jews around the globe with their heritage through music, anchored by a strong Jewish identity, and fueled by thumping beatbox, intricate arrangements, and soulful harmonies. Six13 is a groundbreaking, six-man a cappella vocal band that brings an unprecedented style of Jewish music to the stage, with songs ranging from hip-hop dance tracks to rock anthems. The members of the New York City-based group sound like a full band – while using nothing but their voices.
Six13 is a national phenomenon both on the internet (with over 8 million views on YouTube) and in traditional media, featured in national television and press like The Today Show, The View, CBS, CNN, Huffington Post, Time Magazine and more. They have performed at the White House for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, and are three-time finalists in casting for NBC’s prime-time hit “The Sing-Off”. Music from their seven award-winning albums has been adapted by choirs worldwide and played on mainstream radio across the globe. Bruno Mars liked their Passover version of his song so much, he posted it on his own Facebook page.
The group’s seven award-winning albums have over 20,000 copies in circulation, and are among the top Jewish music artists on iTunes; their songs have been chosen for ten “best-of” compilations to date. They have received distinctions and accolades from Jewish organizations like the National Council of Young Israel and Moment Magazine, and awards from musical organizations like the Harmony Sweepstakes and the Contemporary A Cappella Society of America. They are three-time finalists in casting for NBC’s prime-time hit “The Sing-Off”.
Six13 has made appearances around the world for millions, to rave reviews and standing ovations. They’ve played the White House, the Chabad Telethon, Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center, traversed New York’s Fifth Avenue in the Salute to Israel Parade, headlined the North American Jewish Choral Festival three times, and performed seven times for major league sporting events at Shea Stadium, Citi Field, Madison Square Garden and Dolphin Stadium. Each year, the group visits dozens of Jewish communities, providing entertainment appropriate for Shabbat or any other day of the week at congregations, religious schools, JCCs, fundraising events, B’nai Mitzvah and private affairs alike.
America's PREMIER A Cappella Group is coming to Wynnewood!!! Six13 is a national phenomenon both on the internet (with over 8 million views on YouTube) and in traditional media, featured in national television and press like The Today Show, The View, CBS, CNN, Huffington Post, Time Magazine and more. They have performed at the White House, the Kennedy Performing Arts Center and are three-time finalists in casting for NBC’s prime-time hit “The Sing-Off”.
The Dead Flowers - Fabricated in the basements of the underground New Brunswick music scene, The Dead Flowers is a young Rock N Roll band that bring involuntary movement of the head and hips. The hypnotizing melodies and chest pounding rhythms combined with a captivating live performance sends shock waves through an already mesmerized audience. Fueled by a train of euphoric solos, galvanizing vocals and thundering beats, these are not your conventional Rock N Rollers. Truly an excitement live, these 4 bring the party. With much more to come, and for all to experience. We are The Dead Flowers.
Baal Shem Tov Band - Check out their music here