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  • Around Tel Aviv
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  • December 11, 2014

As Israel’s nightlife capital, Tel Aviv is always rocking on the weekends. Here are some of this week’s highlights.


Don’t forget that the weekend in Israel starts early, otherwise you’ll miss one of the best nights of the week.

Luca Baccheti at Cat and the Dog

Barcelona-based Italian DJ and producer Luca Baccheti takes the decks for a night of house and techno at one of Tel Aviv’s premiere clubs. Bacchetti has graced some of the world’s top venues with his eclectic sound, including Fabric in London, Stereo club in Montreal, Denver’s Beta, Tokyo’s Womb and many more.

Address: 23 Carlebach St, Tel Aviv
Tickets: At the door
Website: Click here

Republica at Barby

The long-running English alternative rock band brings the sounds of the 90′s back to South Tel Aviv. Republica is best known for its 1996 hits “Ready to Go” and “Drop Dead Gorgeous.” 

Address: 52 Derech Kibuts Galuyot, Tel Aviv
Cost: 162 NIS
Tickets: Click here (Hebrew)
Phone: 03-5188123

Dudu Tassa and the Kuwaitis at Zappa Club

Classic Iraqi music with a modern twist. Israeli artist Dudu Tassa brings back to life songs written by his grandfather and great-uncle when they lived in Iraq during the early 20th century.

Address: 24 Raoul Wallenberg St, Ramat Hahayal, Tel Aviv
Cost: 135 NIS
Tickets: Dial *9080 from an Israeli phone or visit the Zappa website


The stores may be closed for Shabbat, but the bars and clubs of Tel Aviv certainly aren’t.

Generations Party at The Block

Rising techno star Konstantin Sibold from Stuttgart, Germany and well-respected American deep house legend Jovonn bring their beats to the club many call the best in the country; with local support from Apfelberg, Partok, Yod and others. Chasers (shots) are buy one get one until 1:00 am.

Address: Central Bus Station, Tel Aviv
Cost: 40 NIS before 1:00 am and 80 NIS afterward.
Tickets: At the door

HaDag HaNachash at Barby

Israeli hip hop/funk with leftist political views from one of Israel’s most famous bands.

Address: 52 Derech Kibuts Galuyot, Tel Aviv
Cost: 93 NIS
Tickets: Click here (Hebrew)
Phone: 03-5188123


It’s not a work night if you’re a tourist.

Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton at Ozen Bar

American (and Jewish) old-time blues musician Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton brings his authentic pre-WWII blues sound to Israel. Paxton is a fixture on the Old Time, blues, and roots music festival circuit in the US. He plays guitar, banjo, piano, violin and harmonica, among other instruments, and has been hailed for harnessing the blues music spirit of the 1920’s and 1930’s.

Address: 48 King George St, Tel Aviv
Cost: 85-90 NIS
Tickets: Click here (Hebrew)

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