New Info Released for Upcoming Monumental Adirei HaTorah Event

Further information regarding the Adirei HaTorah event this coming Sunday, June 12th, is being released, as upwards of 20,000 people plan to make the trek to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia to be a part of this momentous event.

Entry to the event will begin at 6 p.m., and the reception (including food) will start at 6:15. The program itself will begin at 7:45, and will go until 10 p.m., when there will be a massive minyan for maariv.

All tickets purchased through shul representatives will be emailed to the address provided when the ticket was reserved within the next day or two. Do not lose your ticket; you will not get entry into the arena without it.

Seats are being assigned by sections and numbers. There will be ushers in the arena to help you find your section and seat.

There will be a security check as everyone enters the Wells Fargo Center. No bags or food will be allowed into the arena. Food will be made available in the food court until the program starts.

If you are driving yourself to the arena, there is parking available for a discounted rate of $22 (normally $40). Parking can be prepaid for at

All buses providing transportation to the event will be numbered and color-coded. Do not leave anything on the bus, as you may be going back on a bus that is not the same as the one you came on.

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