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Come together with us at the Al Berg Summerfest Concert, an evening of celebration and solidarity. Dressed in blue and white to show our unwavering support for Israel, we’ll honor David Horowitz with the Robert S. Boas award for his Jewish and pro-Israel activism.
We’ll dance to the beats of superstar Flo Rida and enjoy a special performance by Matisyahu! Stay for the afterparty featuring Israeli DJ and sax player Yarden Saxophone.
As UJA continues to respond to ongoing needs in Israel and to rising antisemitism here in New York, your presence and support are more important than ever.

Buy your tickets and journal ads now for what promises to be a night to remember!

Journal Information:  
We’ll be happy to create your ad. To email your ad, please send to or fill out the information during the registration process.
All ads must be submitted by Thursday, June 20, in order to be included in the digital version of the journal featured at the event.
Ad Specifications: 
- Ads should be 4.5" wide x 7.5" high 
- All ads can be color or black and white. 
- We accept only digital files as press-quality PDFs. 
- Please note that UJA-Federation is spelled with a hyphen and without the article “the.” 
- Ads submitted should contain congratulatory messages and not promote or advertise a business. 
- Ads should not include crop marks or any printers marks.


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Honoree Portrait

David Horowitz

David Horowitz is founder and chief executive officer of Tasty Brands. David has been actively involved with UJA for many years through Summerfest, the Business Leaders Forum, the Country Club campaign, and the Long Island Executive committee. He is actively involved with many Jewish and pro-Israel organizations including UJA, AIPAC, Birthright, FDD, and Hebron Fund. His Jewish and pro-Israel activism is a longstanding core value, and he looks forward to contributing to the continued identity of the Jewish people in the decades to come.


Honoree Portrait

Flo Rida

Born Tramar Dillard on September 17, 1979, Flo Rida was raised by a single mother in Miami’s rough neighborhood of Carol City, Florida. Music helped Flo Rida stay on the straight path. His father was a talented musician who encouraged his son to express himself through music. Growing up, Flo Rida was exposed to all kinds of music, thanks in large part to his sisters, some of whom formed a local gospel group. When he was a teenager, Flo Rida found local success rapping with a group called the Groundhoggz. At 18, he became the hype man for Fresh Kid Ice from 2 Live Crew. Eventually, Flo Rida caught the attention of DeVante Swing, formerly of famed R&B group Jodeci and spent a few years...

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When Matisyahu first started touring to packed clubs more than eleven years ago, it was prior to the release of Live at Stubbs, the now-gold record, and prior to that record’s single “King without a Crown” reaching #1 on the alternative rock radio charts. His performances were a raw expression of his spirituality at that time and were supported by musicians who played a foundation of roots reggae augmented by the energy of a rock trio. Fans latched on quickly for a variety of reasons, but in August of 2005, just months after the release of Live at Stubbs, Matisyahu found himself on stage at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival with the de facto leader of...

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Honoree Portrait

Yarden Saxophone

Yarden is an acclaimed Israeli saxophone player, DJ, and music producer at the forefront of Israel’s vibrant House music and events scene.


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