The Washington Jewish Music Festival takes place throughout Washington, DC. Our home venue is in the Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater at the Edlavitch Jewish Community Center of Washington. In addition, there are events at other venues in the area, including Tropicalia, Lisner Auditorium at The George Washington University, Bossa Bistro & Lounge, The Howard Theatre. For venue addresses and information about transportation, please visit the About page.
Take the Metro Red Line to Dupont Circle. Exit at Q Street (North entrance). Walk 4 blocks east on Q Street, crossing over Connecticut Avenue. The Center is located at the Southeast Corner of 16th Street and Q Street.
The EDCJCC is accessible within 1-2 blocks via the G2, 52, 53, 54, S1, S2, or S4 Metrobus routes.
The city’s public bicycle routes are a great way to travel to the EDCJCC. Bike racks are available for securing your bike. A Capital BikeShare station is located two blocks away on 17th NW & Corcoran St. NW and also at P St. NW & 15th NW. To plan your bicycle route, visit www.ridethecity.com.
Please note that ticket and pass-holders must be seated 15 min prior to show start time to guarantee admittance.
If an event sells out, we will boldly post that on each event page. However, there will always be a Rush Line at the box office. If tickets become available, those waiting in the Rush Line will be first to enter. Admittance is not guaranteed.
Passes are a great deal, and can save you up to 75% off of individual ticket prices. Passes are non-transferable
All ticket sales are final. We do not offer refunds unless a show is cancelled and an alternative date is not available. If you cannot attend, you are welcome to donate your ticket. For questions, please email email@example.com.
- Go to: www.wjmf.org/my-account/
- After you login, click on the green button “My Print At Home Tickets”.
- Your print at home tickets will be available for download.
If you left your tickets for will call, they will be waiting for you at the onsite Box Office 45 minutes before the start of the show.
There is a concession stand with snacks and drinks available for purchase at the Edlavitch Jewish Community Center. Food purchased within the building may be brought into the theater. Please check with other venues regarding their food policies. Links to their websites are on our About Page.
Removable seats provide patrons with the opportunity to be seated with their companions while sitting in their wheelchair.
Please inform the sales office of your needs at the time of ticket purchase and indicate if companion seats are required as well.