WEDNESDAY, May 11th, 2016
CULTURE | Independence Day Celebrations at Rabin Square
The annual festivities marking the eve of Independence Day include live music, food stands, Israeli artists and a grand finale of fireworks, seen from the square.
NIGHTLIFE | Street Party in the Yemenite Quarter
On the eve of Independence Day, the streets will be filled with locals for this year’s street party, celebrating out loud with a signature DJ lineup, dancing, drinking and many other festivities.
THURSDAY, May 12th, 2016
MUSIC | Independence Day Minifest at Pasáž
The day after the big night out, Pasáž is hosting some of the biggest names in the local music scene at their ‘Minifest’ celebrations.
FOOD | Traditional BBQs: A Day For Carnivores
Customary during Independence Day celebrations, this day is usually spent tending to the grills, drinking beers and having massive BBQs- ‘al ha esh’. If you don’t have one set up but want to get in on the tradition, you can check out some of the city’s top-notch meat havens, ideal for carnivores in search of the perfect steak or ribs.
FRIDAY, May 13th, 2016
DANCE | Itzik Galili: Man of the Hour
Dance lovers rejoice as Itzik Galili returns to the coveted Suzanne Dellal Center Stage for two spectacular nights of dance and opera fusion.
DRINK | Go On A Wine Tour
Israel is the perfect destination for all wine lovers. Over this holiday week why not stop by some of Tel Aviv’s best wine bars. If you are feeling more adventurous, try some of Israel’s best wine tasting tours.
SATURDAY, May 14th, 2016
NIGHTLIFE | BuXa’s Toys Come to Life
A nightlife activity combined with Tel Aviv’s art scene, BuXa brings together the sounds of top local and international DJs with an unusual art exhibit.
FOOD | Post-Weekend Celebrations Brunch
It’s no secret that Tel Aviv is the best city for brunch, and what better way to wind down a long weekend of fun, sun and celebrations than with a hugely satisfying brunch? Luckily, there are plenty to choose from: whether you’re craving a sweet concoction or a meaty breakfast, Tel Aviv has something for all brunch-goers.