An estimated 3,000 people attended a central New Jersey festival celebrating Jewish music and culture.

Among the attractions available to visitors of the Sept. 13 second-annual Jewish Music & Culture Festival was a booth operated by Chabad-Lubavitch of South Brunswick, where Rabbi Levi and Goldy Azimov and their team of rabbinical students helped children with art projects, assisted Jewish men in donning tefillin, gave out Shabbat candle kits, and distributed information about the upcoming High Holidays.

During the festival, Levi Azimov ascended the festival’s central stage to blow the ram’s horn in observance of a daily custom in the month before Rosh Hashanah.

“We were on our feet all day answering questions and meeting new people,” reported Azimov. “It is an incredible experience to have the entire community come together.”