Purim in Tel Aviv is a major time for celebration. This article is dedicated to events for Purim in Tel Aviv, see the general article for information on Purim in Israel. In 2013, as always there are an amazing array of events taking place in Tel Aviv to mark the festival, in this article we will provide you with basic information about what is going on when, from the famous Florentin Tel Aviv Street Party, to street carnivals, to parties and alternative events. If you missed Purim, you didnt miss the party – check out upcoming Tel Aviv parties. Also check out Purim in Jerusalem.
Purim in Tel Aviv by 1yen, on Flickr
Tel Aviv Purim Street Party
The Tel Aviv Purim Street Party will be in King Saul Boulevard and Museum Square (outside the Tel Aviv Museum of Art). The event will feature, as it has done in previous years, performances from some top musicians, and a great party atmosphere. Event will not take place in rain. Friday February 22, 12:00-evening.
See a video from the 2011 Purim Street Party
Tel Aviv Purim Zombie Walk
Another annual event, the Tel Aviv Purim Zombie walk features, well, zombies, walking through the nighttime streets of Tel Aviv. In 2013, the event will take place in the evening of February 23, gathering at 9pm at the corner of Ben-Zion Boulevard and King George (Near the Dizengoff Center).
Jaffa Port Purim Carnival
A Purim carnival will take place at the Jaffa Port on February 22. Suitable for all ages, it will feature great music, circus activities, food and drink, and some of Israel’s biggest name musicians including Boom Pam. February 22, Warehouse 1, Port of Jaffa
Florentin Tel Aviv Street Party
An annual event in the southern neighborhood of Florentin, is the Florentin Street Party. The whole neighborhood closes down for the event which includes five stages featuring shows. Bars in the area remain open all night and the streets are just full of party-goers. 2013 event tbc.
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