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Joe Buchanan

Rick Recht

Posted: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 10:00 am

In its fourth year, Desert Gathering Jewish Music Fest is returning to its original amphitheater setting at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix, when it takes place Sunday, Nov. 6.

“The last two years, we’ve been over at the Phoenix Green, which is the flat side of the park,” says Todd Herzog, the festival’s founder. “This year, we’re back in the amphitheater area, which is where we had the festival the first year, and it has a much cooler, intimate performance vibe.”

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