The 4th Annual SummerFest event will feature music, cultural delicacies, and the movie, “The Jews and The Blues” on Sunday, August 27 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at the South Carolina Children’s Theater.

The goal of the Greenville Jewish Film Festival is to strengthen the Upstate through film by:
inspiring curiosity,
highlighting diversity,
and experiencing the commonality within our community.

One Day Event! - Sunday, August 27

The Jews and The Blues

Tickets – $30.00

On Sale - August 1, 2023!

This film is a musical journey that along the way becomes something much more. Drew Stone, a documentary filmmaker, musician and talk show host born and raised in New York City follows his passion for music and adventure. He travels to Israel and discovers how the blues ties into this incredible mix of cultures. Arab, Ethiopian, Moroccan, all Jewish, all Israeli, united through the universal tie that binds them together…. Music. Experience the sights, sounds and the unexpected on this expedition into uncharted territory. The Jews and The Blues : A musical AND spiritual Journey.

Event Timeline

4:00 pm: Doors Open

4:15 pm: Introduction & Movie

5:30 pm: Guest Speaker, Drew Stone, Director of “The Jews and The Blues”

6:00 – 7:00 pm: Guests will enjoy Middle Eastern Fare by Uptown Catering, and Live Music from Charles Hedgepath, a local singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and Blues enthusiast


South Carolina Children’s Theater

153 Augusta Street

Greenville, SC 29601

The Movie Trailer