Dance party with pop and mainstream music.
Every Thursday at the Back Room there is a super sexy, liberating and passionate underpants party.
The festival presents the world premiere of Shakespeare R&J. In this version of Shakespeare's classic a group of four Yeshiva students break away from their Talmudic studies to explore the tale of Romeo and Juliet.
The Arisa party line has now traveled the world and become a hit with LGBT and straight revelers. The line combines Middle Eastern music, cool drag queens and dancing.
The Block is one of Tel Aviv's biggest nightclubs with non-stop music and rocking DJs.
The official gay beach of Israel does not let the summer go away!
An evening for women 25+ with quality music and a touch of oldies spun by DJ Lila Kidhar.
Mr. Nice Guy is a one woman show focused on gender identity, the role of a woman and the expectations of society which influence who we are.
Join the fun this winter with dynamic party lines and events planned to keep Tel Aviv's nightlife hot!
American jazz vibraphonist Warren Wolf Jr. and pianist Aaron Diehl will be joining Israel's top jazz artists to perform in Tel Aviv.
This is a fresh produce market focused on healthy living and wellness.
A huge production at HaOman 17 nightclub, Abarbanel 88.
This exhibition tells the story of singer Amy Winehouse from her birth in 1983 to her tragic death in 2011. The exhibition is the creation Amy's brother Alex Winehouse in collaboration with the Jewish Museum London.
The annual conference and festival for the advanced electronic music industry will take part in Tel Aviv this January and include day conferences and nightclub performances in the evening.
Tel Aviv’s open air Friday morning Farmers’ Market is located at the Port, an area of Tel Aviv which is becoming a focus of culture and entertainment in the city.
Antique Market at Dizengoff sq. – Every Tuesday between 07:00-16:00
The 2014-2015 season of concerts by the Andalusian Orchestra will include flamenco music, the sounds of Maghreb and Andalusian poetry.
Miniature models come to life in this unique exhibition. Miniature scenes have been created in fine detail including everyday scenes, scenes from movies and fantasy scenes.
The American indie rock band Low is bringing their unique musical style to Tel Aviv. The band features Alan Sparhawk, Mimi Parker and Steve Garrington on bass guitar.