Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo to take place Dec. 4


An image from the 2019 Hanukkah Hullabaloo. Photo: Phillip Hamer

They’re back . . . live and in person.

After the COVID-19 pandemic turned last year’s event virtual, Brothers Lazaroff is excited to be back in-person for 2021’s Hanukkah Hullabaloo, the band’s 11th annual, Saturday, Dec. 4 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Big Top, 3401 Washington Blvd. in Grand Center.

The event will feature funky Klezmer, mystic poetry, free jazz, psychedelic rock and soul and so much more. The show is sponsored by Armanino, the Staenberg Family Foundation and STL Style.

Joining Brothers Lazaroff once again will be Rabbi James Stone Goodman and the Eight Nights Orchestra, St. Louis jazz vocalist Anita Jackson, David Grelle, DJ Boogieman and the Latke Ladies frying latkes live on stage.  As always, the band will tribute those we lost this past year including: Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones, Don Everly of the Everly Brothers, Chick Correa, Charly Pride and Lee Scratch Perry, who was a part of last year’s Hullabaloo.

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“We couldn’t be more thrilled to return to the stage and celebrate the miracle of Hanukkah in-person with our fellow musicians, fans, friends and family,” said David Lazaroff. “The Big Top is such a spacious and dynamic venue that will allow us to hold a safe event with limited capacity seating and social distancing.”

Tickets for the 11th Annual Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo go on sale Tuesday, Nov. 2 via Metrotix. Limited capacity general admission seating is $20. Box seating in groups of 2, 4, and 6 is also available for $100 per seat and includes an open bar and all you can eat latkes with cocktail and latke table service. All attendees will be required to show proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the show.

All proceeds go to Jewish Family Services, which through a comprehensive range of services, helps seniors remain independent and connected to the community, reduces hunge, and empowers children to thrive.