Join cross-cultural musician Alan Lili, a member of the binational and bilingual hip-hop trio tulengua, as we celebrate a very special Sukkot Shabbat. Enjoy a farm-to-table dinner with a sunset view after we experience Shabbat blessings under a stunning sukkah at Coastal Roots Farm. In the theme of Sukkot, Alan will be delighting us with stories of turning strangers into friends, as well as entertaining us with the music that was born from connecting across lines of difference. You won’t want to miss this very special Sukkot Shabbat.
Guests can purchase a table (up to six guests) for their own pod, or sit at a community table to make new friends (register soon – we can only honor GF and vegan dietary preferences submitted by Monday, October 10th)!
Because this event is centered around a meal, we are requiring that all guests be fully vaccinated and show proof upon entry (either virtual QR code or the physical card in-hand). We also encourage our guests to get boosted. We are capping the event at 40 guests.
Please email Jenny Camhi if you have additional questions or need support.
- Appetizers: Savory Challah and Guacamole dip
- Main: Baja Fish Tacos with Pepitas Ceasar Salad *Vegetarian and Vegan options available
- Dessert: Conchas with a Hot Chocolate Dipping Sauce *Gluten Free guests will enjoy Arroz con Leche
Meet Our Speaker:
Alan Lili practices and celebrates interdependence through music, communication, and storytelling. Originally from Mexico City, Alan was raised in San Diego, vagabonded around the world, and now lives between SD and Tijuana. He is a member and co-founder of tulengua – a bilingual music supergroup with members from both sides of the US/Mexico border. He also co-hosts the cross-border KPBS podcast “Port of Entry“. All of his work is dedicated to melting borders and nourishing a spirit of possibility.