Sukkot in Tel Aviv 2022

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Sukkot in Tel Aviv is a time of many exciting events, and it certainly isn’t just for kids! The city is in holiday-mode and there are loads of amazing art, music, and sporting events taking place across town. This year, the festival falls between October 9th – 16th. Check out the listings below for Sukkot events in Tel Aviv.

What’s on in Tel Aviv on Sukkot, 2022

International Storytelling Festival in Givatayim theatre

In Givatayim, just a few minutes from Tel Aviv, the International Storytelling Festival features many of Israel’s top writers and storytellers, with special guests from around the world. From October 6-17, 2022.

DGTL Festival

The DGTL Festival is returning to Tel Aviv on October 10th, 2022. The festival will take place in the Haryakon Park and brings Israel’s hottest new DJ’s to the public. Some of the DJs playing are Red Axes, Tale of Us, Beggy, Motor City Drum Ensemble, and many more.

Jaffa International Kids Theater Festival

From October 9-16, 2022, the Arab-Hebrew Theater organizes many plays and shows organized for the entire family.

Watersports

Across Israel, Sukkot is great weather and canyoning, caving, paragliding, surfing, windsurfing, etc, are all incredibly popular and accessible whether you are a novice or experienced. Try something new! More information about watersports.

Abu Gosh Music Festival

This family friendly, multi-cultural festival takes place every year during Sukkot. While the festival used to occur in a church in the town of Abu Gosh, the festival has moved to Tel Aviv during recent years and sees musicians, eateries, and artists come together. This year, it takes place 11-13th October.

Explore the city

Get to know Tel Aviv a little better – take a tour of the famous architecture. Check out all our Urban Tours.

Other Cities

To learn more about this special holiday, see our article about Sukkot in Israel.

Articles about Sukkot in JerusalemSukkot in the Galilee, and Sukkot in the Negev and Dead Sea can help with many many more ideas of great things to do.

Take the holiday as an opportunity to get out of the city and visit the incredible landmarks of Petra, Jordan, and Wadi Rum that leaves from and returns to Tel Aviv during the week of Sukkot. Read more about the tour

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Event Booking Details

Event Date: 09/10/2022