68.5% Of Seats At The Siyum Are Sold Out


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As a result of the unprecedented growth of Lomdei Daf Yomi, Chavrei HaSiyum, Masmidei HaSiyum and Lomdei and Makirei Torah all around the world, seat reservations at The Siyum are moving at the fastest pace ever. Over 68.5% of the seats at MetLife Stadium are already sold out, and reservations keep coming in at record rates.

The Siyum will of course be an unrivaled experience of kavod hatorah and inspiration. An anticipated 300,000+ participants will participate across dozens of cities and countries around the world. It will once again be historic.

Take a moment, close your eyes and hear the roar of Amein Yehei Shmei Rabbah. Visualize the spontaneous eruption of singing and dancing as the majestic words Hadran Alach Talmud Bavli thunder across the stadium. Picture the lasting impact of hundreds of thousands declaring in unison Hashem Hu Elokim.

As hard as it is to fathom, The Siyum will be so much more than just an event. The Siyum, per the directive of the Gedolei Yisroel is and will continue to be about a resurgence of Ki Heim Chayeinu – Torah’s primacy in our daily lives.

Through the Ki Heim Chayeinu Initiative’s drive to increase kvias itim laTorah, a global movement is forming that will last for the next seven years and beyond. The Ki Heim Chayeinu Initiative and The Siyum will impact the world, but we cannot do it alone.

The Siyum needs the support and partnership of visionaries like you. The Siyum is the single most powerful, proven, and effective driver for increased Torah study, and Kavod Sheim Shamayim that multiplies with each iteration. Your ticket reservation is not just a ticket to the event but your investment in seven years of Torah learning by tens of thousands.

There is no better time than now, during the Aseres Yemei Teshuvah to demonstrate our commitment to Torah learning. Start a new seder, join a local Daf Chaburah, join Chavrei HaSiyum and of course reserve your seat to The Siyum now.

Don’t wait any longer for your once in a lifetime opportunity to partner in the torah of The Siyum. In it’s zechus may you merit a Gmar Chasimah Tovah.

Reserve your seats HERE.


  1. barcaly center? although 68% seats sold the majority of people in your shul did NOT YET buy tickets many are concerned about the weather. there is a discussion of taking the barcaly as a second venue this would add 18000 seats like they did by continental arena . they may also allow people to swap their ticket at met life for one indoors and closer to brooklyn

  2. I truly believe you are making that up,especially the part about giving people an option of swapping out seats from MetLife to Barclays center, a major makom tumah!

  3. JJ: And what makes Barclays Center a “major makom tumah” as compared to MetLife Stadium. There have been concert acts at MetLife in past years with major pritzus on stage at the very location in the stadium where the dais for the gadolim attending the siyum will be situated. Doesn’t seem to bother them so not clear why Barclay’s would be a less attractive venue.

    P.S. if your reference to Barclay’s as a “major makom tumah” is with respect to the Brooklyn Nets, I would fully agree with your terminology since their record last season was even worse than the Knicks (notwithstanding Madison Square Garden designation as a “makom kadosh”.

  4. jersey jew the barcaly center is seriously being considered it provides addl seating and is local to metro area , additionally being jan the weather is a real concern especially for older people so the indoor barcaly gives them an opportunity to participate as far as swapping tickets I said ” may” it would be a win win for all because most want to be at met so it would free up some tix the tuma part I don’t understand