The Shatnez gang takes over the offices of Hillel, an NGO supporting those leaving the ultra-orthodox society, for a talk on piousness and idol worshipping, Kanye West and Kinderlach, and the holy and the earthly.
Screening of the 2018 film Covered up. Through the story of religious wig, the film invites the viewer on a personal and communal journey, raising questions about coverage and discovery, repressed femininity, beauty and modesty, and societal conventions.
Orthodox film critic and researcher Marlyn Vinig in conversation with Covered Up director Rachel Elitzur. In cooperation with Micro Cinema.
DJ Shazo – Hassidic Trash Pop
There’s a new genre in Jtown – Hassidic trash pop! Come dance in circles, ellipses and other geometric forms.
Exhibition by artist AMGOSHA, who combines traditional religious elements with contemporary esthetics and street art, including a pop-up sale of products from Me’ah Shearim. Curated by Brit Yakobi.
Legendary Kol Hair food critic Amit Aronson will share his culinary tales of Jerusalem.
A knockout synth party by the great Shaman – an unstoppable musical force who manifests differently every time they get on stage.
ShaSha (Sharon Mansur)
ShaSha’s techno-oriental rave! Keyboard wiz Sharon Mansur will take it to the next level.
LED maze installation by Alexander Haiezeki – see you on the other side!
Between tables, chairs and cocktails, you’re about to be blessed with a dance duet. A comedic piece bringing together contrasting perspectives on the classic scenario of the first date. Dancers: Dana Marcus and Yoav Kleinman
Yes, you’re reading correctly! Baritone Pavel Pivnev arrives at the Gatsby, where he will showcase six arias from selected beloved operas.
Dubai expert Yaniv Halili will discuss the next big destination for Israelis, share his favorite places and offer tips on how to prepare for a trip in the kingdom of oil. Can it be done?
Founder Abraham Hayun will present the Sahi Project –
a unique youth task force caring for the needy, the elderly and for holocaust survivors.
How to win the Eurovision: hitmaker Doron Madali will discuss his creative process and share the secrets of the pop music industry.
You are invited to lie down in the capsule and surrender to Idan Skeler’s sound installation. Only you, the capsule and headphones for 6 minutes of pure uninterrupted attention.
Eternal Gypsy Etti Guri will carries us along on her musical journey from coast to coast. Flamenco, Andalusian, Arabic and everything in between. Vocals: Etti Guri / Guitar: Guy Cohen / Percussion: Hagai Leshem
Block party with Zaza’s mobile art van, navigated by DJ Nevo Shirazi.
Surf’s up with an interactive screening by visual artist PlanktOn. Ride the wave!
The pitch may be wet and muddy – but our sportsmanship comes first! Have a beer and join the winter foosball tournament. Hosted by Ariel Keren, registration on site.
What the F is metal?! Jerusalemites Deusphera will have you head banging ahead of the release of their second album.
Jerusalem may have no sea, but we’ll be chilling on the Gingiot’s beach. Tamir Albert sings the Gingiot and the Top Hat Carriers.
Rising electronic musician Flora, who constantly evolves and explores new terrains, is coming to test the grounds of Shaon Horef with her hypnotic sounds.
Wordsmith Gilad Kahana freestyles over Musician Atar Mayner’s beats. It’s all about the present moment.
Itay Asher, creator of Kan 11 web series Jerusalemites, will discuss the process of creating a show …about us!
With her graceful and effortless style, rising local hip-hop artist Yasmin Mualem will preform along with special guest Tohar Shefi
The Gen Y kids started their very own choir! Rife with witty texts and hard beats, the choir takes us on a healing journey of communal urban shamanism.
The Roaring Twenties are back, and it’s time to swing! DIVANO SWING take you back 100 years with their cheeky and refreshing Gypsy swing.
Balkan Big Band here to heat up the cold night! Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia and Greece mix and merge right here in the Middle East
A colorful cocktail of transnational funky house music. Elisha will move you to his rhythms.
The man and the legend Haim Laroz hosts an after party that takes our hearts and ears on a road trip through rock, dub sound systems, Turkish music and desert groove. coming to the Shaon
The FunKamel continues its journey, riding up to Jerusalem! Old and new Middle Eastern, oriental and electronic music, carried on the hump of the camel and the beat.
His boldness, diverse music and charming swag allow the crowd to silence the outside world, let the brain unwind and surrender to the dancefloor.