There Are Still Seats Available at The Siyum


There are still seats available at The Siyum, but there won’t be for long.

An Agudah representative shared with us that “in 2012, the 12th Siyum HaShas sold out weeks before the Siyum and thousands of people were disappointed that they were not able to get seats. We felt terrible turning them away, but there were just no seats.”

“This Siyum we priced more than half of the seats at $54 and lower. Many sections already sold out. We expect to sell out the remaining seats very soon. If you want to be at The Siyum, you should not wait any longer to reserve your seat.”

Hurry up, and reserve your seats now before it’s too late.

Will you be one of the 90,000 in attendance at MetLife Stadium at the greatest event in recent history? Will you and your children be inspired by the Amein Yehei Shmei Rabbah of 90,000 people? Will you and your family dance along with Klal Yisroel in celebration of the completion of Shas?

If you do not want to miss The Siyum, CLICK HERE and reserve your seat now.


  1. in 1990 in Madison square garden The arena was like a huge sparse warehouse with a few sports posters on the walls.
    As we heard Rav Gifter speak in a wailing voice, we shuddered. We heard Cantor David Werdyger recite the Kel Molai for the kedoshim of the holocaust & we cried. It was sacred. It was austere. It was Pnimi

  2. Rav Gifter was in the Felt Furom in 1982 , not in 1990 when the whole place smelled like elephants.

    Alteh Bucher really is Alt/old enough to remember. Ha ha


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