Desert Trip Shabbat


Spirited and fun Shabbat Celebrations at Shabbat Tent during Desert Trip Festival!
Feat. Kabbalat Shabbat, Friday Night Dinner, Saturday AM Services & Kiddush Lunch, musical Havdallah and more!
• Don’t have to miss any shows — all meals and services scheduled around published set times.
Kosher food & refreshments!

• Located in RV parking (50amp) as close to venue entrance as possible.

Oct. 7, Friday
4:30pm Kabbalat Shabbat followed by dinner
First act goes on at 6:30pm
Oneg Shabbat following shows

Oct. 8, Shabbat, Saturday
10am Shabbat Services followed by Kiddush Lunch
Followed by Mincha, games & learning
Musical Havdallah and Melava Malka After Shows

Programming free thanks to our generous sponsors – donations welcome – click on Ticket Link!

Alevy Family, EJF Philanthropies, Lara and Cheston Mizel, Rose Foundation, Lawrence “Zaidie” Krule and Susan “Nana” Fader, Mitch “3.0” Rothschild and Rachel “Doc” Yehuda, Ken Steinberg, more on the way!
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About Shabbat Tent (from shabbattent.org): Shabbat Tent organizes hospitality, Shabbat celebrations and Havdallah gatherings at large music and camping festivals. In 2016 we travelled to Coachella twice, High Sierra Music Festival, Rainbow Gathering, and Lockn Festivals.

Shabbat Tent is an oasis of chill. Our friendly volunteers are folks that love music and Judaism and want to help make the world a better place.

Shabbat Tent is a place for people to share food, song, prayer and good vibes as part of the general festival experience. Shabbat Tent is not a place for preaching of religion or missionary work. Shabbat Tent is always open to anyone, without regard for religion, ethnicity, or background, who wish to spend time in the tent