The High Holy Days begin on Saturday, August 28, 2021 with Selichot.
Erev Rosh HaShanah begins Monday, September 6, 2021.

This year no High Holy Day tickets will be mailed!

If you registered for tickets online, you should have received an email confirmation that includes a QR code. Please print out that email confirmation with QR code, or save it to the wallet on your smartphone, much as you would do with an airline or movie ticket. When you arrive for services, your QR Code will be scanned.

High Holy Day tickets are COMPLIMENTARY with your 2021-2022 Temple Beth El membership for you and those listed on your account.

Tickets must be requested for you to receive them.  You must be current in your Temple Beth El congregational commitment, or your E-tickets will be invalidated.

Guest tickets are $180, and include both Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. A ticket allows you to attend as many services for each holiday as you would like.


With the best interests of our members, guests and staff in mind, services at Temple Beth El will be limited to 50% capacity. This will allow for adequate social distancing to help mitigate the risk of infection. Face coverings will be required, regardless of vaccination status. Proof of vaccination is not required, as it is prohibited by State of Florida law.

As a result of these new capacity protocols, a limited number of tickets will be available for each service at each venue. When you register online for tickets on our automated ticketing system, if the maximum has been reached, you will be informed that the service is “Sold Out”. You can then choose another venue or another service.

More information.

Due to capacity restrictions, registration for
in-person High Holy Day tickets is full.

If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please contact Debbie Eisenberg at [email protected].
More information.

We invite you to watch our services online on Virtual Beth El.