THURSDAY March 3rd
ART | Steamer Salon Virtual Reality Film Festival & Festival Lab
At the start of a new month, and beautiful spring weather to enjoy, there is truly so much to do. With an abundance of new openings around the city, music and Internation Women’s Day festivals, hot events and more, Tel Aviv
has a weekend full of activities for you to celebrate the coming of March. Here is our action-packed Weekend Guide for you to explore!
The Steamer Salon event
signals the opening of a unique program of study on Digital Media at The Steve Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University.
Courtesy of Steamer Salon
FILM | Special Screening of David Bowie’s Labyrinth
ART | An Exhibition about Fashion and Identity
Enjoy an evening full of fantasy and music with two lectures and an intimate film screening
The Exhibition about Fashion And Identity show at Artists House features 42 Israeli designers original fashion items and 10 photographers who worked in collaboration with the designers to create an exhibition of portraits
CULTURE | Soul Sisters Festival
Courtesy of Exhibition about Fashion And Identity
FRIDAY March 4th
MUSIC | Sunset to Sunrise Festival by HeartBeat
The Soul Sisters Festival
is an extraordinary event in honor of International Women’s Day, where women of all backgrounds will gather to celebrate women – as well as take positive action to create peace.
From sunset on Friday until sunrise of Saturday, this energizing event
will bring participants together in a magical location dedicated to the arts of movement and open a wide array of attractions that have been carefully selected for the sole purpose of magnifying consciousness.
FOOD | Golden Ladle 2016
Sunrise to Sunset Festival by HeartBeat
THEATRE | Modern Circus Show
Courtesy of Hoodna Bar Florentin
CULTURE | Charity Event At Kuli Alma
The Modern Circus Show
at Bascula is a mesmerizing and exciting modern circus performance. They will put you on a journey into yourself with the desire to think outside the box.
Live performance at Kuli Alma by successful indie band Lola Marsh. All proceeds from this event
will go to establishing a petting zoo and educational-therapeutic treatment system operation for the children of refugees in South Tel Aviv.