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Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel

We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.


Funk Music

  1. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  2. Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel (9/28/2016) - We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.
  3. Lucille Crew, international Groove band from Tel Aviv – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - Lucille Crew is an international Groove band from Tel Aviv influenced by Hip Hop, Funk and Soul music. Since they are local Israelis, Lucille Crew combines Mediterranean factors within their music.
  4. Tamar Festival 2016 Tamar Festival 2016 with Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - A five-day celebration of some of Israel’s most loved musicians, 2015’s lineup includes The Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai. Founded in 2000, the Tamar Festival is usually held during Succot at venues around Massada. The main concerts are in the evening and at sunrise. There are spaces to set up tents (and also lots of local hotels and hostels), but you need to get individual tickets for each event. If you want to experience a beautiful part of Israel, and top Israeli musicians, this is a great way of doing it!
  5. The Apples for your Jazz, Groove and Funk Music – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - If you are into the combination of Jazz, Groove and Funk, The Apples is the band you should be listening to. Started making music at 2002, The Apples currently take pride in 4 albums and an audience addicted to their special music. Having recently collaborated with Trombone player Fred Wesley, The Apples are truly a band to go check out live.

Groove Music

  1. GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY 4-7 APRIL 2019 April 2019 – GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY : 4-7 APRIL 2019 : RED SEA EILAT (2/12/2019) - Thu 4 April 2019 – Sun 7 April 2019 | 12:00 pm – 11:59 pm Eilat – Eilat, Eilat, “Ignition sequence start … 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0 … All engines running. Liftoff! We have a liftoff !” The BIG BIRD is coming home! ★★★★★ GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY 4-7 APRIL 2019 RED SEA EILAT … Continue reading April 2019 – GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY : 4-7 APRIL 2019 : RED SEA EILAT
  2. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  3. MALABI TROPICAL ☆ THE CONTAINER February 2019 – MALABI TROPICAL ☆ THE CONTAINER (2/11/2019) - Malabi Tropical is a band that combines tropical and eastern-European music, Balkan melodies and Latin rhythms. With an unusual array of instruments: Accordion, Charango, Guitar, Bouzouki, Conga, Timbales and Saxophone, and a booty-shaking irresistible groove.
  4. Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel (9/28/2016) - We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.
  5. InDNegev Music Festival 2016 – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - InDNegev is a huge three-day live-music extravaganza with over 100 live shows from Israel’s top up-and-coming bands. Nicknamed IndieNegev, a lot of the groups are Indie, but there is a wide spectrum of other genres too. 2015’s line-up includes the Kutiman Orchestra, Tatran, Photoaxis, Tiny Fingers, Red Axes, The Lucille Crew, and many more. InDNegev was founded in 2007 and is held annually around mid-October time at Mitzpe Gvulot in the Negev.
  6. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 – September 2016 (1/7/2016) - Musicians of a myriad of religions from the four corners of the world gather once a year in Jerusalem for a pilgrimage of peace, tolerance and brotherhood and for four days of performances that will make you stop and ponder, have you dancing wildly, enlighten you and make your heart soar.
  7. Lucille Crew, international Groove band from Tel Aviv – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - Lucille Crew is an international Groove band from Tel Aviv influenced by Hip Hop, Funk and Soul music. Since they are local Israelis, Lucille Crew combines Mediterranean factors within their music.
  8. Shambala Festival ✯ Desert Celebration ✯ March 2019 – Shambala Festival ✯ Desert Celebration ✯ (10/31/2018) - Tue 19 March 2019 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Beer Menuha – Beer Menuha, South Israel, From 250 NIS We have missed you ☺ ✿ SHAMBALA ✿ A colorful tribal gathering of Spirit ~ Love ~ Healing ~ Dance & Celebration ✿ 18-20/10/2018 Purim was incredible. We experienced something special and magical together. And … Continue reading March 2019 – Shambala Festival ✯ Desert Celebration ✯
  9. SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ (2/12/2019) - Tue 19 March 2019 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Beer Menuha – Beer Menuha, South Israel, From 250 NIS We have missed you ☺ ✿ SHAMBALA ✿ A colorful tribal gathering of Spirit ~ Love ~ Healing ~ Dance & Celebration ✿ 18-20/10/2018 Purim was incredible. We experienced something special and magical together. And we received … Continue reading March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯
  10. Neverland Electronic Music Festival 2016 Neverland Electronic Music Festival 2016 – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - A massive 24-hour non-stop electronic music festival, Neverland is Groove Attack’s premier annual festival. Founded in 2011, the event is spread across three dance floors featuring top DJs from Israel and abroad. The festival is held on the banks of the Jordan River is North Israel, with camping and entrance for 23+. Groove Attack has several other festivals throughout the year, for example Aliens Attack (in May), Heatwave (in August), and the TIP Festival (at Purim).
  11. Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017 (9/8/2016) - Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.
  12. Sounds of the Old City 2017 – March 2017 (9/8/2016) - Sounds of the Old City is a festival of international music inspired by the Old City quarters which are a focal point of Jerusalem’s culture and tourism. It allows visitors the exposure to the musical traditions found in the Old City of Jerusalem where special melodies both ancient and modern, played on a range of instruments and ensembles, create a collage of beautiful music.
  13. Tamar Festival 2016 Tamar Festival 2016 with Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - A five-day celebration of some of Israel’s most loved musicians, 2015’s lineup includes The Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai. Founded in 2000, the Tamar Festival is usually held during Succot at venues around Massada. The main concerts are in the evening and at sunrise. There are spaces to set up tents (and also lots of local hotels and hostels), but you need to get individual tickets for each event. If you want to experience a beautiful part of Israel, and top Israeli musicians, this is a great way of doing it!
  14. The Apples for your Jazz, Groove and Funk Music – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - If you are into the combination of Jazz, Groove and Funk, The Apples is the band you should be listening to. Started making music at 2002, The Apples currently take pride in 4 albums and an audience addicted to their special music. Having recently collaborated with Trombone player Fred Wesley, The Apples are truly a band to go check out live.
  15. The Tour from Hell (10/1/2016) - This tour was the tour from hell ... for me. For the group absolutely not, because they had loads of fun, costing me my hair of course. We are talking about a tour, which shows what Israel actually is, a mixture of culture, adventure, exploration and Israeli sights in all the major touristic centers of Israel. This article is part of the Tour Guide Diaries September 2016.
  16. Tiny Fingers for your Psychedelic, Groove, Electronica, Post­Rock Music (9/5/2016) - Psychedelic, Groove, Electronica, Post­Rock… You name it­ Tiny Fingers can play it. Their energetic live performances will make you sweat even in the winter, as their madness on stage is contagious and the crowd just can’t stop moving and dancing with them. After having toured Europe and performed in New York City­ there’s just nothing stopping them from “bringing it” for many more years to come.

Hip Hop Music

House Music

  1. GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY 4-7 APRIL 2019 April 2019 – GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY : 4-7 APRIL 2019 : RED SEA EILAT (2/12/2019) - Thu 4 April 2019 – Sun 7 April 2019 | 12:00 pm – 11:59 pm Eilat – Eilat, Eilat, “Ignition sequence start … 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0 … All engines running. Liftoff! We have a liftoff !” The BIG BIRD is coming home! ★★★★★ GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY 4-7 APRIL 2019 RED SEA EILAT … Continue reading April 2019 – GROUNDED FESTIVAL SPACE ODYSSEY : 4-7 APRIL 2019 : RED SEA EILAT
  2. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  3. TRIBAL WINTER FESTIVAL 2019 February 2019 – TRIBAL WINTER FESTIVAL 2019 (2/11/2019) - Prepare for a weekend filled with music, art, spirituality, meditation, connection, love, and growth. We know that everyone has different musical tastes, so we have a little something for everyone 😉 – Rock, Jam, Psychedelic, Hip-Hop, Trap, Dubstep, Trance, Techno and so much more!
  4. Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel (9/28/2016) - We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.
  5. InDNegev Music Festival 2016 – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - InDNegev is a huge three-day live-music extravaganza with over 100 live shows from Israel’s top up-and-coming bands. Nicknamed IndieNegev, a lot of the groups are Indie, but there is a wide spectrum of other genres too. 2015’s line-up includes the Kutiman Orchestra, Tatran, Photoaxis, Tiny Fingers, Red Axes, The Lucille Crew, and many more. InDNegev was founded in 2007 and is held annually around mid-October time at Mitzpe Gvulot in the Negev.
  6. SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ (2/12/2019) - Tue 19 March 2019 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Beer Menuha – Beer Menuha, South Israel, From 250 NIS We have missed you ☺ ✿ SHAMBALA ✿ A colorful tribal gathering of Spirit ~ Love ~ Healing ~ Dance & Celebration ✿ 18-20/10/2018 Purim was incredible. We experienced something special and magical together. And we received … Continue reading March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯
  7. Tamar Festival 2016 Tamar Festival 2016 with Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - A five-day celebration of some of Israel’s most loved musicians, 2015’s lineup includes The Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai. Founded in 2000, the Tamar Festival is usually held during Succot at venues around Massada. The main concerts are in the evening and at sunrise. There are spaces to set up tents (and also lots of local hotels and hostels), but you need to get individual tickets for each event. If you want to experience a beautiful part of Israel, and top Israeli musicians, this is a great way of doing it!
  8. The Tour from Hell (10/1/2016) - This tour was the tour from hell ... for me. For the group absolutely not, because they had loads of fun, costing me my hair of course. We are talking about a tour, which shows what Israel actually is, a mixture of culture, adventure, exploration and Israeli sights in all the major touristic centers of Israel. This article is part of the Tour Guide Diaries September 2016.
  9. Unity Rising Spirit Festival 2016 for your House, Techno & Electronic Music – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - Get ready for 30 hours of house, techno and electronic music at Luna Gal water park on the banks of the Kinneret in Northern Israel. A new addition to the Festival scene, the Unity Rising Spirit Festival was founded in 2014 and plans to be an annual event around Rosh Hashanah time. The festival brings in over 30 top DJs from Israel and abroad, and there is space for people to pitch up tents. 21+.

Indie Music

  1. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  2. ELECTRO INDIE FEST – E.I.F #2 – WINTER 2019 February 2019 – ELECTRO INDIE FEST – E.I.F #2 – WINTER 2019 (2/11/2019) - Without limitation in the nature of the performance or in the genre in which the artist / ensemble operates while maintaining one important condition – the quality of the music and performance. This festival began to operate in Tel Aviv and later will expand in aspiration also to Haifa, Jerusalem and the capital of the Negev Beer Sheva.
  3. Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel (9/28/2016) - We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.
  4. InDNegev Music Festival 2016 – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - InDNegev is a huge three-day live-music extravaganza with over 100 live shows from Israel’s top up-and-coming bands. Nicknamed IndieNegev, a lot of the groups are Indie, but there is a wide spectrum of other genres too. 2015’s line-up includes the Kutiman Orchestra, Tatran, Photoaxis, Tiny Fingers, Red Axes, The Lucille Crew, and many more. InDNegev was founded in 2007 and is held annually around mid-October time at Mitzpe Gvulot in the Negev.
  5. International Music Showcase Festival 2016 International Music Showcase Festival 2016 – November 2016 (9/7/2016) - For eight days the International Music Showcase Festival serves as a central platform in Israel to introduce the best Israeli jazz and world music ensembles and the best rock, indie and electronic bands to the global music industry.
  6. SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ (2/12/2019) - Tue 19 March 2019 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Beer Menuha – Beer Menuha, South Israel, From 250 NIS We have missed you ☺ ✿ SHAMBALA ✿ A colorful tribal gathering of Spirit ~ Love ~ Healing ~ Dance & Celebration ✿ 18-20/10/2018 Purim was incredible. We experienced something special and magical together. And we received … Continue reading March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯
  7. Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017 (9/8/2016) - Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.
  8. The Tour from Hell (10/1/2016) - This tour was the tour from hell ... for me. For the group absolutely not, because they had loads of fun, costing me my hair of course. We are talking about a tour, which shows what Israel actually is, a mixture of culture, adventure, exploration and Israeli sights in all the major touristic centers of Israel. This article is part of the Tour Guide Diaries September 2016.

Rapper Music

  1. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  2. ELDJEY LIVE FULL CONCERT – FIRST TIME IN ISRAEL February 2019 – ELDJEY LIVE FULL CONCERT – FIRST TIME IN ISRAEL (2/13/2019) - Eljay is a young talent in rap get-together, the one who for several years has gone from hundreds of likes under amateur video clips to millions of fans in concert halls and popular far beyond the borders of his country!
  3. Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel (9/28/2016) - We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.
  4. InDNegev Music Festival 2016 – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - InDNegev is a huge three-day live-music extravaganza with over 100 live shows from Israel’s top up-and-coming bands. Nicknamed IndieNegev, a lot of the groups are Indie, but there is a wide spectrum of other genres too. 2015’s line-up includes the Kutiman Orchestra, Tatran, Photoaxis, Tiny Fingers, Red Axes, The Lucille Crew, and many more. InDNegev was founded in 2007 and is held annually around mid-October time at Mitzpe Gvulot in the Negev.
  5. MIKE SHINODA ✦ 25.3.19 ✦ HANGAR 11 TLV March 2019 – MIKE SHINODA ✦ 25.3.19 ✦ HANGAR 11 TLV (2/13/2019) - Shinoda is a songwriter, producer and graphic artist who is responsible for some of Linkin’s album covers. In 2005, he released a solo album under the name “Fort Minor”, which reached fourth place in the album charts for the same year. The album was already praised by Variety, Rolling Stone Magazine, The New York Times , NME and more.
  6. Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017 (9/8/2016) - Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.
  7. The Tour from Hell (10/1/2016) - This tour was the tour from hell ... for me. For the group absolutely not, because they had loads of fun, costing me my hair of course. We are talking about a tour, which shows what Israel actually is, a mixture of culture, adventure, exploration and Israeli sights in all the major touristic centers of Israel. This article is part of the Tour Guide Diaries September 2016.
  8. Tuna, Israeli Rapper Music – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - With his smashing new hit Gam Ze Ya’avor (This will also pass), Itay “Tuna” Zvulun is rapping about losing his girlfriend, while taking his video viewers to a trip down memory lane… This Rapper, that reminded us all why the 90’s were awesome, has been in the music industry for 15 years, but only now, at the age of 30, with his new hit, getting the spotlight he deserves.

Rock Music

  1. Clubbing in Tel Aviv (9/5/2016) - The Tel Aviv club scene is comparable to those in most European capitals. Top international (and local) DJs regularly perform in Tel Aviv, with clubs constantly vying to outdo each other with ever more extravagant parties. Be aware, Clubbing in Tel Aviv is popular, busy and exciting.
  2. Eilat’s Isrotel Theater (8/15/2016) - Eilat's Isrotel Theater is a magnificent theater that hosts performances every evening. The Isrotel Theater hosts the famous and spectacular show - WOW that combines acrobatics, dancers and artists from around the world. WOW created by the famous Israeli artist Hanoch Rosen, and is one of the most popular attractions in the city of Eilat, you simply should not miss it.
  3. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  4. Feast of Tabernacles 2016 Feast of Tabernacles 2016 – October 2016 (9/8/2016) - Sukkot, the Feast of Booths, was special in that historically, it was the holiday on which all nations pilgrimaged to Jerusalem, not just the Jewish people. For the past 33 years, thousands of Christians from around the world come to Jerusalem every fall to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles, sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem.
  5. MANOWAR 2019 FINAL BATTLE TOUR February 2019 – MANOWAR 2019 FINAL BATTLE TOUR (2/13/2019) - The veteran American heavy rock band Manowar, one of the most recognized and important in the genre, has announced that it will arrive in Israel for one concert on February 25, 2019 at Hangar 11 in Tel Aviv. 
  6. VALENTINE&BLUES REBELS @ ARTHALL TLV February 2019 – VALENTINE&BLUES REBELS @ ARTHALL TLV (2/11/2019) - Legendary Blues-Rock Band The Blues Rebels That Have Performed With Some Of The Greatest Blues Stars In The World .Rocking&Romancing The Blues On Valentine At Art Hall Tlv
  7. Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel (9/28/2016) - We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.
  8. Hamshushalayim Winter Festival 2016 Hamshushalayim Winter Festival 2016, December 2016 (9/8/2016) - Every weekend in December is a celebration throughout Jerusalem. People come together, from artists to tour operators, to offer visitors to the city a rich cultural experience. Enjoy the special concerts, plays, dance performances and exhibitions. Hamshushalayim, is Jerusalem’s annual winter festival. It takes place over four consecutive weekends (Thursday to Saturday) and it is sure to keep you warm this winter.
  9. International Music Showcase Festival 2016 International Music Showcase Festival 2016 – November 2016 (9/7/2016) - For eight days the International Music Showcase Festival serves as a central platform in Israel to introduce the best Israeli jazz and world music ensembles and the best rock, indie and electronic bands to the global music industry.
  10. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 – September 2016 (1/7/2016) - Musicians of a myriad of religions from the four corners of the world gather once a year in Jerusalem for a pilgrimage of peace, tolerance and brotherhood and for four days of performances that will make you stop and ponder, have you dancing wildly, enlighten you and make your heart soar.
  11. v March 2019 – FATTAL ROCK FESTIVAL (2/12/2019) - Fattal Rock Festival 7 is underway! Thursday night: Nechi Nech hosts Carolina. Omer Adam hosts Marina Maximilian. Friday afternoon: Teapacks host Eliad Nahum. Friday night: Avraham Tal hosts Keren Peles. Rami Fortis hosts Hadag Nachash and Dudu Tessa. Saturday afternoon: Neta Barzilai. Ethnix.
  12. MIKE SHINODA ✦ 25.3.19 ✦ HANGAR 11 TLV March 2019 – MIKE SHINODA ✦ 25.3.19 ✦ HANGAR 11 TLV (2/13/2019) - Shinoda is a songwriter, producer and graphic artist who is responsible for some of Linkin’s album covers. In 2005, he released a solo album under the name “Fort Minor”, which reached fourth place in the album charts for the same year. The album was already praised by Variety, Rolling Stone Magazine, The New York Times , NME and more.
  13. SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯ (2/12/2019) - Tue 19 March 2019 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Beer Menuha – Beer Menuha, South Israel, From 250 NIS We have missed you ☺ ✿ SHAMBALA ✿ A colorful tribal gathering of Spirit ~ Love ~ Healing ~ Dance & Celebration ✿ 18-20/10/2018 Purim was incredible. We experienced something special and magical together. And we received … Continue reading March 2019 – SHAMBALA FESTIVAL ✯ DESERT CELEBRATION ✯
  14. Mashina for your Israeli Rock Music – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - Considered to be the most important and influential rock band ever, Mashina started rocking out at 1984, and broke their band 11 years later, 1995. When they announced their return, on 2003, Israeli old­school­rock lovers were ecstatic. This band of “old people” is carrying it’s tune and performing till this very day, proving to us all that age is just a number.
  15. MENASHE FOREST FESTIVAL 2019 May 2019 – MENASHE FOREST FESTIVAL 2019 (2/12/2019) - Thu 30 May 2019 – Sat 1 June 2019 | All Day xKibbutz Mishmar HaEmek – Mishmar HaEmek, Mishmar HaEmek, 290-335 Live Music | 3 days with camping | North Central Israel | May A fun 3-day festival, with live performances from over 80 top Israeli bands across all genres – the lineup has included amazing bands … Continue reading May 2019 – MENASHE FOREST FESTIVAL 2019
  16. Musrara Band Musrara Band – September 2016 (1/8/2016) - Musrara is a Jerusalemite rock band with both a social and a musical agenda. The band was founded by siblings Ofer, Bonnie (Mazar), & Roie Greenberg. They perform original music that combines love songs, protest songs, and songs about life experiences. The band is named after the iconic Jerusalem neighborhood whose residents took to the streets in the early seventies, under the leadership of the Black Panthers, and changed the social and political reality in Israel.
  17. Queen + Adam Lambert in Tel Aviv – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - Queen is coming to Israel in September with John Deacon! – but they still have all the classic songs, one of the best drummers ever (Roger Taylor), one of the best guitarists ever (Brian May of course), and flamboyant American Idol star Adam Lambert trying his hardest to impersonate Freddie Mercury.
  18. Ricky Martin in Tel Aviv! – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - One of the most famous Latino artists in the World is coming to Tel Aviv in September for a special concert at the Nokia Arena, as part of his One World Tour!
  19. Rock, Jazz and Blues in Israel (9/28/2016) - Local rock bands of variable quality perform most nights at Camelot and Ha-Bima Club, and also at Mike’s Place, which is a foreigner-friendly bar down on the seafront. Benchmark is a relative newcomer featuring live music in the bar-saturated area of Nakhalat Binyamin. For hardcore fans who are prepared to travel, Barbie mixes Israeli rock with Russian hard rock. Cafe Henrietta, Coffee House and Green Racoon, all of which are in central Tel Aviv, all feature jazz at least one night a week.
  20. Shalom Hanoch – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - Considered to be the father of Israeli rock music, Shalom Hanoch was greatly influenced by the American Rock’N’Roll. In 1967 he was discovered by the late Arik Einstein and 3 years later they partnered up­ officially launching Shalom Hanoch’s music career. “Arba Tachanot” (Four Stations), was Shalom Hanoch’s latest concert, where he featured the four stations of his musical career on one stage. The concert was considered a huge success due to both Hanoch’s amazing talent and having Israeli rock stars to guest­ing with him on stage.
  21. Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017 (9/8/2016) - Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.
  22. Sounds of the Old City 2017 – March 2017 (9/8/2016) - Sounds of the Old City is a festival of international music inspired by the Old City quarters which are a focal point of Jerusalem’s culture and tourism. It allows visitors the exposure to the musical traditions found in the Old City of Jerusalem where special melodies both ancient and modern, played on a range of instruments and ensembles, create a collage of beautiful music.
  23. Tamar Festival 2016 Tamar Festival 2016 with Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - A five-day celebration of some of Israel’s most loved musicians, 2015’s lineup includes The Idan Raichel Project, Balkan Beat Box, Asaf Avidan, Mosh Ben Ari, and Ehud Banai. Founded in 2000, the Tamar Festival is usually held during Succot at venues around Massada. The main concerts are in the evening and at sunrise. There are spaces to set up tents (and also lots of local hotels and hostels), but you need to get individual tickets for each event. If you want to experience a beautiful part of Israel, and top Israeli musicians, this is a great way of doing it!
  24. The Opera at Zappa – My Way – January 2017 (9/7/2016) - A homage to one of the greatest singers of all time who captivated audiences all over the world with his beloved songs and the music of the 50s. Night and Day, New York, New York, Strangers in the Night, September, The Lady is a Tramp
  25. The Tour from Hell (10/1/2016) - This tour was the tour from hell ... for me. For the group absolutely not, because they had loads of fun, costing me my hair of course. We are talking about a tour, which shows what Israel actually is, a mixture of culture, adventure, exploration and Israeli sights in all the major touristic centers of Israel. This article is part of the Tour Guide Diaries September 2016.

Soul Music

  1. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  2. Funk, Groove, Indie, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music in Israel (9/28/2016) - We can find Funk, Indie, Groove, Hip Hop, House, Rapper, Rock and Soul Music everywhere in Israel, and specially in festivals all over the year. In certain selected bars, dancings, clubs in Tel Aviv there are many artists making music in these genres. In the south of Israel you can find them in festivals and regularly in hotels and nightclubs.
  3. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 – September 2016 (1/7/2016) - Musicians of a myriad of religions from the four corners of the world gather once a year in Jerusalem for a pilgrimage of peace, tolerance and brotherhood and for four days of performances that will make you stop and ponder, have you dancing wildly, enlighten you and make your heart soar.
  4. Lucille Crew, international Groove band from Tel Aviv – September 2016 (1/5/2016) - Lucille Crew is an international Groove band from Tel Aviv influenced by Hip Hop, Funk and Soul music. Since they are local Israelis, Lucille Crew combines Mediterranean factors within their music.
  5. Rachelle Ferrell Rachelle Ferrell Jazz, May 2017 (9/7/2016) - One of the most dynamic creators in the current international music scene. Integrating in her enormous voice various musical genres: classical, pop, jazz and soul. This is her first performance in Israel.
  6. Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017 (9/8/2016) - Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.
  7. Sounds of the Old City 2017 – March 2017 (9/8/2016) - Sounds of the Old City is a festival of international music inspired by the Old City quarters which are a focal point of Jerusalem’s culture and tourism. It allows visitors the exposure to the musical traditions found in the Old City of Jerusalem where special melodies both ancient and modern, played on a range of instruments and ensembles, create a collage of beautiful music.

Entertainment in Israel

day-tours  GIFMany say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.

High culture is catered for by a fine modern opera house, several theaters, and a busy dance and performing arts center. Popular culture is supported by myriad bars, clubs and live music venues. Elsewhere, there is far less going on. Down on the Red Sea coast and in Sinai, entertainment is largely limited to bars and nightclubs.

Information
The Jerusalem Post and the English-language edition of the newspaper Ha-Aretz, both of which are available throughout Israel, carry daily entertainment listings. Both also have extensive cultural supplements on Fridays with detailed listings of events for the week to come. There is also an English-language listings magazine Time Out Tel Aviv published every two months and available free at certain bars and hotels. Tourist offices also have abundant events magazines.

Classical Music

Classical Music
Classical Music

The Israel Philharmonic, one of the world’s most prestigious orchestras, is based in Tel Aviv at the Performing Arts Center.

The neighboring Tel Aviv Museum of Art also hosts regular chamber music concerts and other classical events in its Recanati Hall. Smaller venues include the Felicia Blumenthal Center and Einav Cultural Center, both of which host local and international classical musicians.

In the village of Ein Kerem near Jerusalem, young musicians give free recitals of chamber music every Friday at noon from October to May at the Fountain of the Virgin in the Targ Center.

Click here for more and complete information about classical music in Israel.

Opera

Jerusalem Opera Festival - Nabucco
Jerusalem Opera Festival – Nabucco

Tel Aviv’s Performing Arts Center is home to the New Israeli Opera, a world-class company, which puts on four or five new productions a year. The center also frequently hosts visiting productions from Europe and America.

Click here for all Opera related articles and lists of Operas in Israel.

Rock, Jazz and Blues

Jazz in Israel
Jazz in Israel

Local rock bands of variable quality perform most nights at Camelot and Ha-Bima Club, and also at Mike’s Place, which is a foreigner-friendly bar down on the seafront. Benchmark is a relative newcomer featuring live music in the bar-saturated area of Nakhalat Binyamin. This might be good or bad, depending on your point of view. At one side, it’s good, because everything is in a few places, but on the other side it’s very disappointing compared with the rest of the world.

For hardcore fans who are prepared to travel, Barbie mixes Israeli rock with Russian hard rock. Cafe Henrietta, Coffee House and Green Racoon, all of which are in  central Tel Aviv, all feature jazz at least one night a week.

Click here for an overview about anything to do with rock, jazz and blues music in Israel.

Click here for the rest of the modern music in Israel.

Bars and Clubs

Tel Aviv night life
Tel Aviv night life

In Tel Aviv, the main cluster of bars is in the Nakhalat Binyamin district, particularly around the southern end of Rothschild Avenue and AAL illenblum. The venue that has young hipsters queuing outside every night is Nanuchka, a rowdy but classy bar-restaurant with surreal decor and a permanent party vibe. Around the corner, the splendidly named Betty Ford is a New York-style bar with a SoHo-style buzz. There are also plenty of good late-night spots around the Cinematheque on Ha-Arbaa Street and up in the Old Port area, which is where you’ll find Hannah’le, a bar with a wooden deck jutting out over the water.

Also up at the Old Port are a couple of super clubs, including long-time favorite the Fifth Dimension. However, perhaps the most fascinating and singular club is Ha-
Hamman, a strikingly beautiful, converted Turkish bathhouse in Jaffa. For something more casual and laidback, there’s Mike’s Place down near the seafront in central Tel Aviv or the Gordon Inn, a local pub with a pool table and a reliably
friendly crowd.

In Sinai, bars and clubs are generally found in the many resort hotels.

Dance

Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater
Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater

The internationally-known Bat Sheva company is the mainstay of modern Israeli dance. There are no classical ballet companies in Israel, but contemporary dance is very much alive here. The focal point of dance activity is the Suzanne Dellal Center, a superb, old Ottoman building at the heart of the historic, southern Tel Aviv district of Neve Tzedek, which has benefited from extensive architectural renewal.

In Jerusalem, dance can be seen at the Center for Performing Arts in the Jerusalem Sherover Theater complex, while Jewish and Arabic folk dancing performances take place on Monday, Thursday and Saturday evenings in the YMCA auditorium.

Click here for a list of dance related articles.

Theater

Eilat’s Isrotel Theater
Eilat’s Isrotel Theater

Plays in Israel are almost always performed in Hebrew (or, less commonly, Arabic), although some of the bigger theaters such as Tel Aviv’s Ha-Bima Theater and New Cameri Theater (and Jerusalem’s Sherover Theater) have headphones providing English-language translation for some performances, though there are a lot of performances in English as well. Productions, in all cases, range from revivals of the classics of world drama (both old and modern) to first-run stagings of new Israeli plays.

There are several theater festivals throughout the year in Israel, the most exciting of which is the Acre Fringe Theater Festival, which stages some performances in the city’s subterranean Crusader halls.

Click here for all theater related articles.

Cinema

Cinema City Jerusalem
Cinema City Jerusalem

Foreign films shown in Israel are not dubbed, but carry Hebrew subtitles. Cinemas
are plentiful, especially in Tel Aviv, where complexes such as the Rav-Chen 1–5 are
modern, comfortable and air-conditioned. They tend to screen first-run Hollywood
fare. The Cinematheques, of which there is one in Jerusalem and one in Tel Aviv, specialize in art-house and independent films, as well as holding themed seasons
and retrospectives.

Israel’s biggest movie theater complex is Cinema City, which has 21 auditoriums and three 3D screens.

  1. Cinema City Jerusalem (8/20/2016) - Cinema City Jerusalem, which opened the end of February 2014, is the largest entertainment and cultural center in Jerusalem measuring in at 20,000 square meters and including eight floors, 19 movie theaters, including themed theaters, an indoor mall with dozens of restaurants, cafes and stores, a theater for plays, a hall for conferences, a cinema museum and many other attractions.
  2. Davidson Center (8/19/2016) - The center was built into the basement of an eighth-century building, scrupulously preserving and enhancing it. As you follow the winding ramp downward, artwork and archaeological finds take you back through the ages, and you’ll meet colorful figures of Jerusalem’s exploration in days gone by. A ten-minute, high-definition digital video ingeniously interchanges the experience of Second Temple pilgrims with that of present-day visitors.
  3. Ein Yael (8/20/2016) - Spring in Nakhal Refa'im, with adjoining Ein Yael Museum, an active museum that holds instructional-experiential workshops for schoolchildren and youth on material culture in ancient times.
  4. Entertainment for Children in Israel (9/28/2016) - In northern Tel Aviv, the Ramat Gan Safari Zoo makes a good outing for children. You can drive through and observe the wildlife in its natural habitat. The Children’s Museum in Holon, a short drive from Tel Aviv, has lots of fun, interactive exhibits. Mini Israel, which is just off the main highway that runs between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, has over 350 miniature models of the Holy Land’s most important landmarks. On the shores of the Dead Sea, just south of Jericho.
  5. Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival 2016 Entertainment in Israel (9/28/2016) - Many say that there is not enough entertainment in Israel. Is that so? Israel has its theaters, concert halls and cinematheque in Jerusalem (high culture), but in Tel Aviv are the bigger entertainment centers (popular culture). In Jerusalem they pray, in Haifa they work, in Tel Aviv they play. In this article I describe entertainment in Israel and where to find it.
  6. Family and Children Tour 10 Days (8/24/2016) - This tour is for families and their children. It will bring you to Tel Aviv, Caesarea, Acre, Sea of Galilee, Golan, Safed, Jerusalem and Eilat. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German and Dutch.
  7. Family and Children Tour 12 Days (8/24/2016) - This tour is for families and their children. It will bring you to Tel Aviv, Caesarea, Acre, Sea of Galilee, Golan, Safed, Jerusalem, Dead Sea, Qumran, Masada, Negev and Eilat. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German, and Dutch.
  8. Festival BeShekel 2016 Festival BeShekel 2016 – Two days for Free – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - Thousands of people descend on Monfort Lake Park in North Israel for a free 2-day festival. Founded in 2001, famous bands like Nechi Nech, Yemen Blues, and Yuval Dayan, perform alongside smaller local bands. There are also loads of events for the family, including shows, face painting, stalls, and lots of other activities.
  9. Haifa Film Festival 2016 – October 2016 (9/6/2016) - The Haifa International Film Festival is an annual film festival that takes place every autumn (between late September and late October), during the week-long holiday of Sukkot, in Haifa, Israel. The festival was inaugurated in 1983 and was the first of its kind in Israel.
  10. International Center Mary of Nazareth (8/18/2016) - Modern multimedia technology portrays the Virgin Mary’s role in salvation history at the Mary of Nazareth International Center, just across the street from the towering basilica that commemorates her agreement to become the mother of the Son of God.
  11. Jewish Film Festival 2016 Jewish Film Festival 2016 – December 2016 (9/15/2016) - The annual Jewish Film Festival at the Jerusalem Cinematheque explores a range of topics connected to the issue of Jewish identity are examined including: faith, art, culture, philosophy, music, food, lifestyle in Israel and in the Diaspora and the relationship between Judaism and other religions.
  12. Katzrin, Capital of the Golan (10/9/2016) - Katzrin (Qazrin), ‘capital of the Golan’, with 6,725 people living there, makes an excellent base for exploring the central Golan and stocking up on picnic supplies. Founded in 1977, it is the region’s only real town. The lively little commercial center, Merkaz Eitan, is a classic 1970s complex that was spruced up considerably in 2013 – adding a tile-covered sculpture that is as whimsical as it is colorful. In addition to a bank and some eateries, it has a first-rate museum. Everything closes on Shabbat.
  13. Kings City Eilat (8/15/2016) - Biblical amusement park. Caves depicting stages in King Solomon's life, an elevator to underground biblical scenes, 3-D movies, Hippopotamuses that spray water, water slides, mazes, an arcade and more. The park is closed on Saturdays and holidays.
  14. Jerusalem Day 2019 May 2019 – Jerusalem Day 2019 (2/7/2019) - Jerusalem Day is the day we celebrate the independence of the holy city, celebrations include huge parties, concerts, street parties and more! To get an idea of what Jerusalem Day looks like, check out last year’s list of events
  15. Sahek Ota, Emek Hefer (8/20/2016) - This huge fun park is the only water park in Israel that operates all year round, with water parks in the summer, and heated pools and play areas in the winter. Plenty of great activities for the kids, with an extreme water park, fair rides, video games, mini golf, the Himalaya Bridge, a gymboree, and other great things to enjoy! There’s also a small museum.
  16. Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017 (9/8/2016) - Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.
  17. Sounds of the Old City 2017 – March 2017 (9/8/2016) - Sounds of the Old City is a festival of international music inspired by the Old City quarters which are a focal point of Jerusalem’s culture and tourism. It allows visitors the exposure to the musical traditions found in the Old City of Jerusalem where special melodies both ancient and modern, played on a range of instruments and ensembles, create a collage of beautiful music.
  18. The French Film Festival The French Film Festival – March 2017 – April 2017 (9/8/2016) - French film is the most popular foreign film in Israel after English-language film, consistently drawing the largest number of viewers, with a larger number of films being brought to Israel from France than from any other country.
  19. The Opera at Zappa - Pretty Woman The Opera at Zappa – Pretty Woman – September 2016 (1/7/2016) - Opera and movies is a winning combination. From Pretty Woman to The Fifth Element, from James Bond to Mission Impossible opera has served as a great soundtrack for the great movies of all time. An evening of operatic soundtracks from La boheme to La traviata with an addition of great film songs from Goldfinger, Breakfast at Tiffnay’s and more.
  20. The Tour from Hell (10/1/2016) - This tour was the tour from hell ... for me. For the group absolutely not, because they had loads of fun, costing me my hair of course. We are talking about a tour, which shows what Israel actually is, a mixture of culture, adventure, exploration and Israeli sights in all the major touristic centers of Israel. This article is part of the Tour Guide Diaries September 2016.
  21. Tower of David (8/19/2016) - Fortress within the walls of the Old City which is a complex of towers surrounded by a wall and a moat. The archaeological park in the courtyard of the fortress contains ancient remains. The Tower of David museum on the history of Jerusalem operates in the halls of the fortress. A special night show on the story of Jerusalem throughout the generations takes place in the evenings in the courtyard of the museum.
  22. Tower of David Nightly Light Show Spectacle Gallery (10/5/2016) - The walls of the Citadel serve as a stage for a nighttime show which is a celebration of sight and sound. Amidst the archaeological remains in the Citadel’s courtyard and to the sound of original music, the story of Jerusalem unfolds through giant breathtaking, virtual reality images. The Night Spectacular uses trompe l’oeil technology – the stones of the walls and structures fade into the scenes and the screened images envelop the viewers and whisk them off to a one-of-a-kind multi-sensory experience.

Spectator sports
Football is by far the most popular sport throughout the Holy Land. Two teams from Jerusalem play in Israel’s premier league, Beitar and Ha-Poel, and matches take place in the new Teddy Stadium at Malkha in West Jerusalem.

Basketball is the next most popular sport. The Jerusalem team, Ha-Poel, plays in the Sports Arena near the Teddy Stadium, while the Maccabee Tel Aviv plays at the Yad Eliahu Arena just off the Ayalon highway.

Swimming

Speedo Sea of Galilee Swim 2016
Speedo Sea of Galilee Swim 2016

Almost all the large hotels have outdoor swimming pools; the YMCA in Jerusalem
also has an indoor pool. You can also swim all year round at the Jerusalem Swimming Pool, in the German Colony district, south of the center. The Red Sea is warm enough for year-round swimming, although most resort hotels also have swimming pools. Swimming in the Mediterranean is fine in summer but it’s too cold
from around October to April.

Children

In northern Tel Aviv, the Ramat Gan Safari Zoo makes a good outing for children. You can drive through and observe the wildlife in its natural habitat. The Children’s Museum in Holon, a short drive from Tel Aviv, has lots of fun, interactive exhibits.
Mini Israel, which is just off the main highway that runs between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, has over 350 miniature models of the Holy Land’s most important landmarks.
On the shores of the Dead Sea, just south of Jericho.

But there is so much more for children and their entertainment.

Directory

CLASSICAL MUSIC

  • Einav Cultural Centre, 71 Ibn Gvirol St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 521 7763.
  • Felicia Blumenthal Centre 26 Bialik St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 620 1185. http://www.fbmc.co.il
  • King Hussein Cultural Centre Omar Matar St, El-Muhajareen, Amman. Tel (06) 473 9953.
  • Performing Arts Centre 19 Ha-Melekh Shaul Ave, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 692 7777.
  • Royal Cultural Centre Al-Malekah Alia St, Shmeisani, Amman. Tel (06) 566 1026.
  • Targ Centre Ein Kerem, near Jerusalem. Tel (02) 641 4250. http://www.klassi.net/targ
  • Tel Aviv Museum of Art 27 Ha-Melekh Shaul Ave, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 696 1297. http://www.tamuseum.com

OPERA

ROCK, JAZZ AND BLUES

  • Barbie 52 Kibbutz Gayulot St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 518 8123.
  • Benchmark37 Nakhalat Binyamin St,Tel Aviv.
  • Cafe Henrietta 186 Arlozorov St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 691 1715.
  • Camelot16 Shalom Aleichem St,Tel Aviv.Tel (03) 629 8666.
  • Coffee House88 Dizengoff St, Tel Aviv.Tel (03) 528 0565.
  • Green Racoon 186 Ben Yehuda St, Tel Aviv.Tel (03) 529 8513.
  • Ha-Bima ClubBasement, 2 Tarsat St,Tel Aviv.Tel (03) 528 2174.
  • Mike’s Place86 Herbert Samuel, TelAviv.Tel (052) 670 965.

BARS AND CLUBS

  • Betty Ford 48 Nakhalat Binyamin St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 510 0650.
  • Big Fellow Irish Pub Abdoun Circle, Amman. Tel (06) 593 4766.
  • Cave Bar Behind the Visitors’ Centre, Petra. Tel (03) 215 6266.
  • Champions Amman Marriott, Isam el-Ajlouni St, Shmeisani, Amman. Tel (06) 560 7607.
  • Fifth Dimension Old Port, Tel Aviv. Tel (052) 242 5891.
  • Gordon Inn 17 Gordon St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 523 8239.
  • Ha-Hammam 10 Mifraz Shlomo St, Jaffa. Tel (03) 681 3261.
  • Hannah’le Old Port, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 488 4884.
  • Living RoomMohammed HusseinHeikal St, Amman.Tel (06) 465 5988.
  • Nanuchka28 Lilenblum St, Tel Aviv.Tel (03) 516 2254.

DANCE

  • Jerash Festival Jerash Festival Office, Amman, Jordan. Tel (06) 567 5199. http://www.jerashfestival.com.jo
  • Suzanne Dellal Centre 5 Yehieli St, Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 510 5656.
  • YMCA King David St, Jerusalem. Tel (02) 569 2692.

THEATER

CINEMA

  • Century Cinemas 3rd Circle, Jebel Amman, Amman, Jordan. Tel (06) 461 3200.
  • Cinema CityGilot Junction, Tel Aviv.Tel (1-700) 702 25.
  • GalleriaAbdoun Circle,Amman, Jordan. Tel (06) 593 4793. Rav-Chen 1-5
  • Opera Towers, 1 AllenbySt, Tel Aviv.Tel (03) 510 2674.
  • Tel AvivCinematheque 2 Sprinzhak St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 606 0800.

SPECTATOR SPORTS

  • Jordan International Stadium Shmeisani, Amman.
  • Teddy Stadium Agudat Sport Beitar, Malkha, West Jerusalem. Tel (02) 678 8320.
  • Yad Eliahu Arena 51 Yigal Allon St, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 537 6376.

SWIMMING

  • Jerusalem Swimming Pool 43 Emek Refaim St. Tel (02) 563 2092.

CHILDREN

  • Children’s Museum 1 Mifratz Shlomo St, Holon, Israel Tel (03) 650 3000.
  • Mini Israel Kibbutz Nacsho, Latrun, Israel Tel (08) 922 2444.
  • Ramat Gan Safari Zoo Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv. Tel (03) 631 3531.

Sounds of the Old City 2017 – March 2017

Sounds of the Old City is a festival of international music inspired by the Old City quarters which are a focal point of Jerusalem’s culture and tourism. It allows visitors the exposure to the musical traditions found in the Old City of Jerusalem where special melodies both ancient and modern, played on a range of instruments and ensembles, create a collage of beautiful music.



While performing from the wealth of music and culture of Jerusalem, this festival also strengthens the different quarters and religions through the accentuation on the uniqueness of each group and the connection between all. The sounds are varied, rich and connect to the stones, the alleyways and the people in Jerusalem.

The musicians are spread out along a circular path, beginning by Jaffa Gate, moving through the Armenian Quarter, then the Jewish Quarter, then the Muslim Quarter and finishing with the Christian Quarter, bringing you back to Jaffa Gate.

Sounds of the Old City is organized in conjunction with the Jerusalem Development Authority, the Jerusalem Affairs Ministry, the Jerusalem Municipality and Ariel Company.

The 4-day event will be full of concerts, special tours, and shows, but here are some hand-picked happenings you won’t want to miss.

2017 festival events will be updated soon

Details

When: March 28-31 from 7:00-11:00 pm every day
Where: Throughout the Old City of Jerusalem
Admission: Free
More information: phone 106 (local call), http://en.sounds-of-jerusalem.org.il/

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 28-31 March, 19:00 – 23:00


Shaon Horef – Cultural Festival 2017 – February 2017

Every year, for 4 weeks in February, the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival transforms the streets of Jerusalem into a lively cultural venue full of surprises as thousands of young people come together for this exciting series of cultural happenings with more then 100 free events.



General details

When: Every Monday during February 2017
Where: Four areas around the city
Entrance fee: Most events are free
More information: haira.co.il/en/shaon-horef/

Please note that entrance is based on availability – first come, first serve. This event is organized by the Youth Authority of the Jerusalem Municipality.

Week #1, February 8: Shushan District

The Weather Machine

Interactive video and sound installation based on your breath — you inhale and the wall responds (created by Avishai Lapid)

Where: Koresh Street on the corner of Shlomziyon Hamalka Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Inner animals and delusions

A one-on-one consultation with Chinataki and Claudette. Tell them your life’s story and they will tell you your spirit animal… and maybe other insights too.

Where: Charlotte, 4 Koresh Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Haircuts, rollers and color

Kobi Deal celebrates 55 years with a night of fashion, music and fresh smell of shampoo.

Where: Kobi Deal, 4 Koresh Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm

Wild East

Warm up with delicious homemade soups and folk and bluegrass music by Jerusalem locals Wild East.

 

Where: Hamarakia, 4 Koresh Street
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Kitchen Conversations

A wild performance from the visual theater troupe

Where: Regba’s Kitchens, 6 Koresh Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Nikolai Ziviangichov

Tambura artist and saxophonist Nikolai Ziviangichov gives a visual musical performance created solely for the unique setting of the evening.

Where: Medidenta, 6 Koresh Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Electrifying Acoustics

Local musicians Jamie Gordon; Maya Blieztman and Matan Efrat; Russo and Weinberg and Alex Moshe

 

Where: The Post Hostel, 44 Yafo Street (entrance from 3 Koresh Street)
When: 8:30-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

The Jerusalem Street Orchestra

Mind-blowing music on the street…

 

Where: Madregot HaOtzar, 5 Koresh Street
When: 8:30-9:00 pm
Cost: Free

Divano Swing

International gypsy street concert

 

Where: Corner of Hason and Koresh Streets
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

reKoresh Exhibition Opening

An exposition of the rich and complex atmosphere of 14 Koresh

Where: Koresh Gallery, 14 Koresh Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Mejadara Eyes

The Aquarium presents its video project about a day in the crazy life of Shlomit Yaakov.

Where: Corner of Shushan and Hason Streets
When: 7:00-12:00 am
Cost: Free

Rock & Blues Party

Performance by Buckets N Joints followed by DJ Shay Daniel a rock and blues party with a touch of whiskey and a party with DJ Shay Daniel

Where: Bastards Saloon, 2 Shushan Street
When: 9:30 pm
Cost: Free

Ravid Yehoshua B2B Gutman

Two of Israel’s top music collectors bring their private collections to spin throughout the night. The venue will feature art installations by Faluja.

Where: Cactus 9, 4 Shushan Street
When: 9:00 pm
Cost: Free

Music from the Cellars

Underground music by Vulkkan Entertainment, The White Screen and Daniel Sovlovovsky with art installations by Faluja

Where: HaMazkeka, 3 Koresh Street
When: 10:30 pm
Cost: Free

The Broken Hearts’ Club

Performances by Dani Dorchin (one-man blues band), Alex Moshe, Jamie Gordon and Yuval Ben Ami; art installations by Faluja

 

Where: Tuvia Bar, 6 Shushan Street
When: 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

Closing an Account

A calculated and thought-provoking visual performance…

Where: Samurai Turgman, accountants office, 4 Shushan Street
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Mobile Art

Galactic Tour Guide | Enter Amitai Fine’s Festival Van and sail to the unknown

Pimp My Van | Faluja does live graffiti on Ben Kobi’s fantastic van.

Looping JLM | Orgad Marciano and the Wandering Studio will record your magical creations and release mixes in the streets.

In cooperation with the art-mobile of the Visual Arts Department of the Jerusalem Municipality

Where: Along Shushan Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Caffeine and Beats

Great coffee and funky tunes with DJ Guztait

Where: Coffee World, 2 Yanai Street
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Revolutions Salon

Political discussions, another classical street concert and an artists’ fair presented by the students of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design

Where: Yanai parking lot, Yanai Street
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Yanai Street Food Party

On the menu: piping hot soups, finger food, good things in bread, gourmet sausages, pieroshki, hot knafeh ( goat cheese dessert) and other delicacies created just for Shaon Horef.

Participating vendors: Sheva Café, Shraga, Etz Café, R.Deli and Birateinu

Where: Participating vendors on Yannai Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm

Beer-Brewing Open House

Learn how to make beer and ale

Where: Birateinu, 3 Yanai Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Tetris Tournament

A retro gaming competition screened on the entire wall of a building; created by PlanktOn

Where: Yanai Street
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Dan Berger

A hot and smokey night with great whiskey and tunes from Dan Berger and his band

 

Where: Glenn, 18 Shlomtziyon Hamalka Street
When: 9:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Week #2, February 15: Nahalat Shiva

One of the most picturesque and lively downtown Jerusalem neighborhoods comes to life.

Orient Groove

Amano & Laroz host Amir Shaer (Iran) and Mammon Sasler (Turkey) for a night of unique oriental musical performances.

 

Where: Kikar HaMusica, 12 Yoel Solomon Street
When: 9:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Food, Medicine and Music

A raw foods workshop, Chinese medicine and healing massage technique workshop and a master class and lesson in groove and funk with legendary musician and producer Yossi Fine and Ben Ayalone — all followed by a party with DJ Adam MOFO and the Duke from 4:20 bar.Where: Blue Hall, 12 Yoel Solomon Street
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance, food workshop 30 NIS
Contact: 02-625-6488 to sign up for workshop (required)

Wine Tasting with Barkan

Hints of wood? A strong, full body? How does one truly taste wine? Barkan Winery reveal the secrets of the sweet nectar.

Where: Piccolino, 12 Yoel Solomon Street
When: 8:00-9:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Drumming Workshop

Learn the art of drumming from Pe’imot Drum School.

 

Where: Kawasan, 23 Yoel Solomon Street
When: 8:00-9:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Hungarian Rubik’s Cube Marathon

Who’s the best? Who knows? A beginners’ and experts’ marathon with with Ami Shalev

Where: Rega Matok, 16 Yoel Solomon Street
When: 7:00-10:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Street Art

Thought Process | Projection installation – Shlomit Yaakov, Mejadra Eyes, and Fortuna Baor

Invitation for an Action | Street designs – Tamar Ostrof and Sara Wendet

Where: Yoel Solomon Street
When: Throughout the night
Cost: Free

Jerusalem Storytellers

Explore the nature of stories with Yael Mushkin, and get acquainted with the stories of Jerusalem singer-songwriters Yael Aiden, Neta Bahar, Bezalel David, Talia Yishai and Emmy Raviv.

 

Where: Tmol Shilshom, 5 Yoel Solomon Street
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free

Keeping it natural

Ori Shavit, founder of the Vegans have more fun blog speaks about veganism and other such beasts, and then we celebrate with an urban nature party in the hummus shop.

Where: Hummus Eliyahu, 12 Shamai Street
When: 8:00 pm
Cost: Free

From Fairus to Norah Jones

A musical exploration with Tamar Shuki

 

Where: Shanty, 4 Nachalat Shiva Street
When: 9:00 pm
Cost: Free

Art and Music Celebration

A photography exhibition by the leading music photographer in the country; lectures, pop-up shops and more to celebrate the 4th anniversary of Columbus Records; and a live performance by Ouzo Bazooka with Nino Bitton, Jerusalem’s oud king.

 

 

Where: Even Juke, 33 Yafo Street
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free

Music at Mike’s Place

Michal Lotan and Isaac DaBom, the hot duo with R&B, soul and beats of the heart, perform, and later on singer, creator and actor Maor Cohen leads a masterclass.

 

Where: Mike’s Place, 33 Yafo Street
When: 8:30-10:30 pm
Cost: Free

Anywhere I roam

Hands & Groover roaming the alleyways, playing percussion instruments and the balafon

 

Where: IgenMigen alleyway between Yafo and Tmol Shilshom
When: 8:30-9:30 pm
Cost: Free

Conscious Character

A talk about Jerusalem’s nightlife, women, and subconsciousness followed by a party with beats and rhymes from Tali Ben Itzhak

Where: Mantra, Feingold Courtyard
When: 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

Folksy Drinking

Yiftach Dekel opens with some intimate acoustic rock and Yontan Miller and Shai Tochner take you into the night with country-Irish drinking music.

 

Where: Barood, Feingold Courtyard
When: 8:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Middle East Indie

Jerusalem indie music with Aya Gabriel, Shaul Tzofef and Nitai Levi followed a Middle Eastern rock n’ roll celebration with An Sultana

Where: The Little Pinkas, Feingold Courtyard
When: 9:00 pm
Cost: Free

Cut Out Club

Nitzan Horesh and the Cut Out Club do a Q&A session with the audience and a live acoustic performance.

 

Where: Gula, Feingold Courtyard
When: 9:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Street Party

Batel Dotan and Shani Shabtai put on a pesky, wandering street performance and then Marsh Dondurma takes the stage for a wild street party.

 

Where: The open square above Kikar Hahatulot
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Week #3, February, 22: Hillel

Fashionable Dance by Vertigo

Window display

Where: Gazith, 6 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm

Tamar and Netanel

Jerusalem folk-soul duo plays originals and covers

 

Where: Halitatea, 6 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 8:00-9:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Vintage Budget Stylings

Bigudit Wizo’s stylist will give you a whole new look for under 100 NIS

Where: Bigudit Wizo Second-Hand Clothing, 11 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-10:00 pm

Movie Marathon

Where: Hummus Hillel, 18 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

iPhone Blues

Stevie sings and composes layers of music on the one and only iPhone!

Where: Shesh Shoes, 6 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 9:00-10:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Crazy Hair Days

Party and cool haircuts in real time with Efi Doav

Where: Shampoo Hairdresser, 13 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Jerusalem Swing

Swing dance lessons every hour on the hour and a wild swing after-party

Where: Elbaz Dance Studio, 14 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free

Flamenco Fiesta

Open flamenco lesson, performance and party

 

Where: Berta, 19 Hillel St, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-9:00 pm

Street Beat

Electronic duo RUOK and Liron Muchas and DJ Eitan Hasid take over the alleyway with mad beats and live percussions

 

Where: Darom St, Jerusalem
When: 9:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Whiskey.Radio.Hip Hop

A whiskey workshop (40 NIS, advanced registration required) followed by performances and interviews with the who’s who of Jerusalem’s hip hop scene

 

Where: Dublin, 4 Shamai Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance; 40 NIS for workshop
Sign-up: 052-836-5526

Street Performance

Alma Livna and Gaia Winestein – the street corner is never what it seems

Where: Passage Tzameret, 23 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

IndieNegev Dreaming and 60 Squared

The folks behind the IndieNegev festival pull back the curtain on the magic and the Jewish Ark puts on a live performance.

 

Where: Blaze Bar, 23 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:00-10:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Cocktail Workshop and Masquerade

Learn the art of cocktail-mixing from the masters at Gatsby, and stick around for a masquerade part with fire jugglers, masks, shadows, mysteries, music and drink specials.

Where: Gatsby Cocktail Room, 18 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance; 30 NIS for workshop
Sign-up: Register now!

Pizza-Making Workshop and Concert

Stop by for a free pizza-making workshop and a concert by Rolling Tarantella

 

Where: Focaccia Bar, 4 Rabbi Akiva Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Boom Boom Boys

Hot rhythm and Blues party

 

Where: Sushi Rechavia, 6 Rabbi Akiva Street, Jerusalem
When: 9:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Inside Out World

An art exhibition, poetry, stories, a concert by Quarter to Africa and an after-part with DJ Bamya

 

Where: Jerusalem’s Port, 22 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Art & Social Change

Master class with legendary Algerian-French painist Maurice El Mediouni; discussion with artist and social activist Shlomo Vazana about the path from art to social change.

 

Where: Museum of Italian Jewish Art, 27 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Roach on the Wall

Rowch‘s drum set is connected to Kellerman‘s wall screening and the visuals are manipulated by Rowch’s beats.

 

Where: Hanisui School, 7 Rabbi Akiva Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Falling Star

A night of useless talent under the guidance of Yair Lehman with a useless award promised to the winner

Where: New Deli, 33 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 10:00 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Chat.Doodle.Dance

Nir & Gali — the minds behind the successful animated series — are here to chat and doodle; Tel Aviv duo Reo bring the dream disco

 

Where: The Barrel, 33 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free entrance

Dancing in the Streets

Jerusalem dance group Vertigo performs a series of surprising and original routines on Hillel Street.

Where: Hillel Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Week #4, February 28: Azza

Wine.Music.Art

Bottomless wine along with a wine workshop with Tavor Winery; Noa Brodetski (Oxymoron) and Amit Stark (Compost) of Campus Voice 106 F play an enticing set of intergalactic music; Maayan Vistov presents the Tsunami exhibition

Where: Cafe Paris, 1 Ben Maimon Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm

Mapping. Music. Dance. Diamonds.

PlanktON – video mapping; I Only Have a Dream – a sparkling string quintet in the diamond jewelry gallery; Capoeira and samba – performance by the Israeli Center for Capoeira in Jerusalem

Where: Aria Diamonds, 3 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Lucky Charms

A certified lucky charm based on your personal needs

Where: Pini’s Patisserie, 18 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:00 pm
Cost: Free

Shtuby or Not to Be

A mesmerizing electronic show performed by Shtuby

 

Where: ABC Printing, 24 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 9:00 pm
Cost: Free

Medicinal Herbs and Anger Management

Workshop about medicinal herbs with Nir Abraham followed by anger management and ADHD management workshop with Yehuda Amon

Where: Azza Pharmacy, 15 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

Spoken Word Slam Jam

A spoken word poetry workshop followed by a jam of melody and words with various local performers.

 

Where: Cafe Yehoshua, 27 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

Poetry and Comedy

“Half a Loaf and a Flower” – master class with poet Roni Somek; “Educational 23” – the hottest channel is coming to Jerusalem; “Everything is Funny” – stand-up marathon with Nir Magir, Irmi Shik Bloom, and Tomer Fishman

 

Where: Jerusalem Institute, 20 Radak Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

Gameboy Music

A small island of live music by Aharon Manor created and based on the beloved console

Where: Azza Optical, 22 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Awake? Economics 02. Straigh up Balkan.

Learn slang in sign language with the Shma organization; meet the Jerusalem lira, a local currency;Balkan music session with Ira Shiran on the accordion and Tzahi Sadan on guitar

Where: K Pizzeriea by the Meter, 19 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

Fresh Pages

An exhibition by Shirael Safra — art inside books

Where: Rehavia Books, 34 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Photography Studio

“Azza Tours” (Izek Mizrahi and PlanktON) invite you to fly with them.

Where: Bank Hapoalim, 38 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

Wall Art

A live graffiti show by Solomon Souza

Where: Ha’Ari Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

The 10th Jala

The tenth Jala – Yemenite songs with Tzion Golan, Adi Keisar, Tom Fogel, Hila Tam, Shiran Karni and Yitzhak Nahari

 

Where: Carosela Cafe and Metudela Ice Cream Parlor, 1 Metudela Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

From East to West. From Yemen with Love.

Guy Cohen and Elad Elimelech of the Halawat Ensemble in a live show; an exhibition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Afikim, the newspaper of the Yemenite Jews

Where: The Metudela Apartment, 1 Metudela Street, Jerusalem
When: 9:00-11:00 pm
Cost: Free

 Sins B’H. DJ Mash.

The Secular Yeshiva hosts a talk about Judaism and sins with Moshe Kalbertel and Gil Kofash followed by a set by one of the country’s best DJ’s.

 

Where: Azza 40, 40 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:00 pm
Cost: Free

Speak up. The Philosopher’s Coffee.

Talk about the debate culture with Debate Israel; A debate with audience participation facilitated by Debate Israel on the subject: what does a beautiful Israeli look like?

Where: Zigmund, 29 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:00 pm
Cost: Free

Wolf Wolf. Venko.

A meeting with Zevick Avner, founder of the Facebook groups “Nachlaot” and “Yerushalhim VeYerushalmiot;” and a chat with Venko, the local startup for the legalization of cannabis

Where: Radak House, 21 Radak Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

“Top Gan” Park Party

DJ Golgzmg; The Weight by Cohenbeats & Karen Dun; 3421; Tiny Fingers

 

Where: Center Stage in the Garden, 50 Azza Street, Jerusalem
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free

Turkish March

Backgammon competition

Where: From Azza to Berlin, 1 Harav Berlin Street, Jerusalem
When: 8:30-10:00 pm
Cost: Free