Safam, the Boston-based band that has helped shape the Jewish music scene in America since 1974, will perform at Rutgers on Sunday, March 5, to benefit the new 40,000-square-foot Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House, set to open on the Rutgers University’s Wilf Family Campus, 70 College Ave, in April. (Safam’s vocalist, Dan Funk, is a Rutgers alumnus, and his father, Rabbi Julius Funk, was the founding director of Rutgers Hillel.) Go to and follow the links to the concert. Guided tours of the building for sponsors will begin at 4:30 p.m., followed by dinner with Safam; general tours begin at 6; doors open for the concert at 6:30; it begins at 7.