High Holiday Tickets in Chicago 2019 🎟️
High Holidays 2019 in Chicago Guide on ChiTribe
When is Rosh Hashanah 2019? #5780
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 1, 2019
When is Yom Kippur 2019?
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8-9, 2019
Fast Ends: 7:07pm
TICKETS for Synagogues and Services for the Chicago High Holidays
🕍 Anshe Emet Synagogue YAD (Young Adult Division)
🎟️Tickets for YAD
Ages 22-36, tickets are now available for:
Blum Seating- $125 September 16 – September 27
Balcony Seating- $100 September 16 – September 27
🕍 Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel
🎟️Tickets for ASBI
Non-member tickets cost $440 per person, or $72 per person for students. All non-member tickets are for open seating. If you are attending for only Rosh Hashanah or only Yom Kippur, tickets are half-priced. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
🕍 Silverstein Base Hillel Lincoln Park
🎟️Tickets for Base
Register here for services and meals over the High Holidays at Base Hillel this year! All services will be led by Rabbi Megan and/or Rav Ezra. They are open to people of all levels and will be a mix of traditional prayers, singing, readings and explanations. We also welcome young adults (mid-30s and under) to buy tickets to join us. Tickets are $18 for each holiday. All services and meals are free for students (please bring student ID with you).
🕍 Central Synagogue of Chicago
Central Synagogue of Chicago removes the financial barriers that inhibit participation and invite all Young Professionals and students to attend with complimentary tickets. Complimentary tickets for young professionals and students:
🎟️Tickets for students & young professionals
No one will be turned away for lack of financial ability to pay full price
🕍 Chicago Sinai Congregation
🎟️Tickets for non-members at Chicago Sinai
For security purposes, cards of admission are required for all services.
🕍 Chicago Loop Synagogue
🎟️Tickets for non-members
🕍DePaul Jewish Life
🎟️DePaul Jewish life offers free tickets for all students
DePaul Jewish life provides options for egalitarian high holiday services and special events from Rosh HaShanah Seder, to peace and healing meditation services, to the performing arts, DePaul Jewish life is open to all background of Judaism.
🕍 Emanuel Congregation
🎟️Tickets for Non-members at Emanuel
Non-member tickets are available for $360.00 each. Reciprocal tickets: if the guest or non-member is a member at another Union of Reform Judaism affiliated synagogue, their home congregation can arrange for complimentary tickets at Emanuel by returning a form signed by their home synagogue’s administrator to the Emanuel office by email or phone at 773-561-5173.
🕍 Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation
🎟️Get JRC Chai $18 Tickets
JRC offers “Chai” Holiday tickets for just $18 for people 35 and under.
🕍 KAM Isaiah Israel
🎟️Tickets to KAM Isaiah
College students and active military members may reserve tickets at no charge. Please click here to reserve and bring a valid ID with you to services.
🕍Congregation Kol Emeth in Skokie
🎟️Tickets for Kol Emeth
For first-time attendees, Kol Emeth offers a 50% discount.
🕍 Mishkan Chicago
🎟️No Tickets are required for Mitzuit
Mitzuit asks for to cover their expenses for the holidays and a little beyond. Please be generous. Suggested donations: $180-1800. Many people like to donate multiples of 18, like $54, $180, $360, $1800. No one turned away for lack of funds.
🕍Oak Park Temple
🎟️Tickets to Oak Park Temple
Tashlich in the Park – With Baby Back Brisket Sliders
🎟️Tickets for Northwestern Hillel
🕍 Temple Sholom – Makom Chicago 20s & 30s
Makom offers High Holidays tickets for anyone between the ages of 21 and 34 for a special discounted rate. They include high holiday services an invitation to coffee with the rabbi. If you are a student with a valid ID, Temple Sholom offers free HHD tickets to ALL services
🕍 Chabad of Chicago
Chabad of Bucktown and Wicker Park 🎟️
Chabad of Downtown Chicago🎟️
Chabad of Lincoln Park🎟️
Chabad of Lakeview🎟️
Chabad of Hyde Park🎟️
Chabad of River North & Fulton Market🎟️
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