Friday-Sunday: The Washington Jewish Music Festival is back for its 17th year, exploring the music from Africa, Israel, Spain and Yemen. Notably, on Saturday, Yemen Blues returns to the festival, playing its mix of music from Yemen and West Africa, led by singer Ravid Kahalani. On Sunday, the annual WJMF in the Park brings free performances from the Macaroons and the Brothers Yares to Stead Park in Northwest. For more information, including a full schedule, visit wjmf.org/events.
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