This week’s full of good things. Here are some chosen highlights to add to your calendar.
Bill & Murray live @ Buxa from 22:30. Free. Listen to Bill & Murray
Booze, soup, artist talks and discussions @ Artport. Full details here.
Danielle Ravitzki with full band show @ Levontin 7 from 20:00. Material from both her first album and her upcoming second. Sort of dream pop. 50NIS. Listen to Danielle Ravitzki
Alle Ensemble live @ Hoodna Bar from 22:00. Free. Yemenite / Turkish / North American jazzy fusion.
Not big on that early morning rave trend, because I hate getting up early so it seems like (expensive) torture, but if you have a day job and want to fit in a “yogalates” class and a 2 hour rave with some good local DJs before you start and get some coffee and breakfast on the house, then go here.
Kuli Alma bar celebrates its first birthday with Lola Marsh, TV Out, Yogo and Eyal Rob. Free. from 19:00.
Garden City Movement and Alek Lee live double bill @ Rothschild 12 from 21:30. It will be packed for sure as these guys are good and it’s free. Get there early if you want a good spot.
Live hip hop jam @ Breakfast Club from 22:30 with a whole load of great big local names. Only 10NIS to get in.
Tedross & Echo (Echo & Tito) – Vocals
Or Gurfinkel (Alla One) – Guitar
Eden Ladin (NYC) – Keyboards
Elad Muskatel (The Apples) – Bass
Uri Mazal-Tov – Drums
Holocaust Day’s eve.
A punk fundraiser @ Koro for the Zimmer after school centre for south Tel Aviv’s refugee kids. 30NIS to get in and see some awesome local punk bands. From 20:00.
I’m not sure exactly when World Record Store Day is, but Tel Aviv seems to think it’s all over the weekend, meaning you get a whole load of fun in the name of vinyl consumption. You can start by enjoying this huge event at Levontin 7, from 12:00 till late. Loads of bands playing live, DJs spinning and a vinyl record market. Among the names are Amit Erez, The Orions, Men of the North Country, RPS Surfers and many many more. Free.
Document & Dive @ Gagarin from 21:30. Generic names but nice music. 30NIS.
Record Store Day continues at the Third Ear record store from 12:00 – 23:00. Loads and loads of new and 2nd hand records to buy, plus live music from Uzi Ramirez and Yemen Blues. Free.
Bathing season opening party @ Hoodna from 12:00. Live music from Eli & the chocolate factory, DJs, stalls selling summer clothing, accessories, records and vegan food. Free.
Moozing magazine launch @ Rotschild 12 from 20:00. The mag is in Hebrew but the party is free and full of stars: Shelly & Rotem, Lucille Crew, Full Trunk and more. First gig at 21:00.
The Telescopes @ The Pasaz from 20:30. Vintage shoegaze from the UK with support from Vaadat Charigim (live) and Quami on the decks.
Miscast 2 – less grease, more hairspray – the result of The Stage’s English language musical theatre workshop / course. If you like Broadway musicals, head on down to this show. Repeats Sunday. Full details here.
The Apples return to HaEzor for a floor show you can enjoy in 360 degrees. From 21:00. 60NIS on the door.
One Reply to “Things to do in Tel Aviv 12-19/4/15”
Slight correction on Miscast 2 – It’s not the result of a workshop, this is an original comedic musical revue being performed at a professional level. 60 shek with some discounts available. Second/final performance on Sunday evening. Should be good but I’m biased (I’ll be backstage).
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