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Free Hanukkah fun with a-cappella entertainment in North Bay Village

Six13 is a six-man a-cappella group that is bringing an unprecedented style and energy to Jewish music, with nothing but the power of the human voice.

Concert begins at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 17, at North Bay Village and parking will be limited, so please arrive early to pick your favorite seat. You can RSVP online for your e-ticket.

Image courtesy of North Bay Village

Features: Special guest emcee: Joe Roetz, WSVN 7 News anchor. Plus, along with the holiday music, there will be food trucks, a photo booth and giveaways. Concert will last about 2 hours.

Location: Dr. Paul Vogel Community Park, 7920 West Drive, North Bay Village. Free parking available.

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