February in Israel is a month of change as winter draws to an end, and many annual events take place in the milder weather. February 2014 in Israel includes an amazing selection of concerts, as well as music festivals, exhibitions, and the first trickle of events that take advantage of Israel’s great Spring weather.
February 2014 Events in Israel
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Throughout February - Da Vinci Alive in Tel Aviv. Featuring thousands of digitized works, the Van Gogh Alive exhibition launches its world tour in Tel Aviv
Throughout February – Darom Adom Festival. The Northern Negev becomes covered in beautiful red flowers, amazing to see, with special events taking place each weekend.
February 2 – Son Lux in Tel Aviv. The singer, who was named by NPR as ‘Artist of the Year 2013′, heads to Tel Aviv for a concert.
February 3 – Sound of Winter. Every Monday in February, cultural events take place in Jerusalem
February 6-8 – Red Sea Winter Jazz Festival. The smaller brother of the large summer Red Sea Jazz Festival provides a music-filled weekend in Eilat.
February 6-8: Darom Adom Festival - Culture Weekend. Special cultural events in the Northern Negev as part of the Darom Adom Festival.
Steve Aoki plays Tel Aviv on February 7
February 7 – Steve Aoki in Tel Aviv. Legendary producer returns to Tel Aviv following a sold-out show in the city last year.
February 10 - Sound of Winter. Every Monday in February, cultural events take place in Jerusalem
February 10-11 – Gary Numan in Tel Aviv. Two concerts by the ‘father’ of commercial electronic music, Gary Numan, famous for songs including ‘Cars’