Things to do in Tel Aviv 27/9-3/10

DIY-events1-185x185Sukkot is already here and therefore, we are starting this new week with some cool parties for this holiday season, as well as more events and activities throughout the week. These are our picks – they include nice gigs, some food and wine – so take a look at them! 🙂


Sunday (tonight)

Heder 140 | Four Year Celebration @ Comfort 13 from 22:00 –

The guys of Heder 140 will be celebrating their 4th aniversary with style, and with some of the best local DJs. Don’t miss it.

Line up: Gal Ofer | Ebony | Levi & SuissAdi Shabat

Not sure about the price of the tickets, but here is the event link or their Facebook page in case you want to ask them.


+30 Sukkot Party @ Breakfast Club –

If you feel in the mood of partying with the best alternative hits of the past decades, this is for you. Take into account they only allow the entrance to people who are older than 30.

Zone 1: Breakfast Club – 90s Rock & Alternative, Seattle & Indie. DJ Oren Toft – Solo Set.

Zone 2: Milk – 90s Electronic, BritPop, 80s & New Beat. DJ Shlomy Kaufman – Solo Set.

Doors open at 23:00 exactly. Free entry till midnight, 30NIS after.


Sukkot Spree @ Pasaz from 23:00 –

Come to celebrate this holiday with a cool hip hop party. Free entrance all night.

Line up: Sabbo | Moshik | DJ Mark | Shekel



Buttering Trio @ Barby from 20:30 –

A very interesting mix of jazz, soul, funk and hip hop with an electronic vibe. If you are curious to know how this does sound, I recommend checking this link where you can listen to their albums.

Tickets can be purchased here. 53NIS.


MONC @ Radio EPGB from 22:00 –

Time to enjoy some original Israeli Northern Soul with MONC (Men of the North Country). Free, apparently.


Sukkot Party @ Mini Club from 23:00 –

Ending this holiday with a nice party full of house music in one of the coolest gay-friendly clubs of the city sounds like a great idea.

Black Girl / White Girl will be in charge of the music, with their 5 hours extended set. Free entrance.



Sukkot Special Edition @ The Greek Market from 11:00 –

Join this special holiday edition of the Greek Market, located in Jaffa. An impressive variety of works of art – vintage will be displayed.

The market will be taking place until Thursday on the streets Ha-Gimnasya ha-Ivrit, Pinkhas Ben Ya’ir, Ben Perachyah and Yo’ezer. Free entrance.


Haya Miller @ Kuli Alma from 22:30 –

Haya Miller will be performing for the very first time in Kuli Alma, accompanied by very creative illustrators, such as Eyal Eliezer, Ayelet Gabay, Amir Gelbard, among others. Each one of them chose a Haya Miller’s song and gave it a visual interpretation. The result will be projected during the performance.

Free entrance.


SANDR (Shelly and Rotem) live @ Rothschild 12 from 22:30 –

Lovely dream pop duo, part indie, part minimalism.

Free entrance.



T Market | Fashion & Accessories Show @ Meirhoff Gallery –

T Market is a mix of talented local designers and brands, all reunited to offer you all kind of accessories and clothing in an unique, colorful and fun event. Here and here you will be able to give them a check before you go.

They will be open from Wednesday to Saturday, as it follows:

Wednesday 14:00-20:00, Thursday 12:00 – 20:00, Friday 10:00 – 18:00 and Saturday 10:00 – 20:00.

The guys of Zebra Music (Elad Ron, Keren Dotan, Noa Argov, etc.) will be in charge of the music.

10NIS on the door.


Wine Festival @ HaTachana from 18:00 –

A celebration of wine, flavors, fragrances and culture for two days – Wednesday and Thursday.

You will be able to see the progress of the Israeli wine industry and the remarkable evolution of this drink in the country. The leading wineries of the country will be showing their best products for your delight, along with a rich portfolio of wines from around the world, all of this accompanied by live music and a nice variety of food.

Tickets 79NIS on the door, 65NIS in advance here. The entrance ticket includes unlimited wine tastings (+18).



Jazz Festival @ Levontin 7 –

Some of the best local jazz musicians – as well as some new talents – will be performing in this festival, which will take place from Thursday to Saturday.


20:00 – Gamliel Trio. Tickets 50NIS here.

22:30 – Nitzan Bar Trio. Tickets 30NIS here.

70NIS for the whole day.

Musicians like Daniel Zamir, Amit Friedman QuartetAvi Leivobitch Orchestra and others will be performing the other two days. You can check them all in the Facebook event link. (the information is in Hebrew)


Megalomaniacal Birthday @ Koro –

Two guys will be celebrating their birthdays and you are more than invited to crash this party, starting at 21:00.

The Orions (surf rock and roll) and the Driers (post power pop) will be performing. You’ll find nice beer and a cool atmosphere as well.



Bubble Parade @ Pele Bubbles from 12:30 –

Come and join this big celebration of life, dancing, music – and bubbles – this Friday morning starting in Habima Square. After an hour or so they’ll be marching through Tel Aviv streets and stopping every 10 minutes for around 20 minutes to keep on celebrating.

You are invited to bring your friends and special balloon makers, musicians, jugglers, clowns and other happy people. You can come with costumes, makeup and glitter if you want, of course, to fit the happy vibe of the event.


Oriental Celebration | Live Music & Food @ Diwan from 19:00 –

Homemade food and live music at Diwan, a very special Bedouin restaurant in the heart of Florentine neighborhood.


Ra Djan (Tel Aviv) – Live cyber-shaman electronic improvisations.

PsiPhas Project (Berlin) – Live deep guitar psytrance.

Also, more invited musicians are expected to play.

Among the dishes in the menu, you will find classic Uzbekian rice with lamb, carrots and garlic, vegan Uzbekian plov with carrots, dried fruits and nuts, burekas, majadra, Bedouin hummus and much more for very friendly prices. Minimum order 30NIS. Free entrance.



Animal Rights Protest @ Meir Garden from 20:00 –

A protest against animal oppression and abuse in industrial farming, municipal dog shelters, laboratories and anywhere in general. Obviously, it’s recommended not to bring your furry pals to this event.


Alaska Snack Time @ Rothschild 12 from 22:30 –

This mix of electronic music, African rhythms, hip-hop and even jazz, provides a refreshing new experience that leaves no indifferent ear.

Check them out here. Free entrance.