1 November – A-WA Performance in Israel, Barby, Tel Aviv
This singing group of three Yemenite Israeli sisters has
taken the world by storm with their unique blend of traditional Middle Eastern tunes
blended with up-beat folk/pop rhythms.
1 November – Jerusalem International Oud festival,
Confederation House, Jerusalem
Hear Greek, Egyptian, Israeli, Turkish and Moroccan musicians
performing with the traditional oud instrument. The oud is a lute-like
pear-shaped string instrument which produces unique music steeped in cultural
2 November – SPIRIT Film Festival, Cinemateque, Tel Aviv
This film festival provides a platform for films dealing
with spiritual themes. The films come from around the world and highlight
spirituality, personal transformation, traditional beliefs, the mind and body
in different cultures.
2-4 November – Sunbeat Festival in the Negev Desert
A diverse group of musical performers from around the world
gather for this annual festival held in a desert ashram. This hippie-like
festival has been compared to Burning Man and features workshops, dance, music
and art performances, kid’s activities and spiritual experiences.
3-4 November – Coldplay concert in Israel, Tel Aviv
Internationally famed British band Coldplay will perform in
Israel for the first time as part of a concert tour to promote their latest
album “A Head Full of Dreams".
6-7 November – The Garden of Earthly Delights, The
Israeli Opera, Tel Aviv
Canadian choreographer Marie Chouinard will present her
three act dance piece which blends drama and dance perfectly in homage to Bosch
and his artwork.
7 November – Boy George, Meora Mivtachim Arena, Tel Aviv
Iconic 80s pop band Culture Club and lead singer Boy George
will perform their greatest hits and more. Boy George and 11 musicians will
take you on a nostalgic journey back to the 80s.
11 November – Alan Parsons Project, Tel Aviv
The British progressive rock duo of Parsons and Woolfson
together with other musicians dominated the music scene for years with hits
like Eye in the Sky; Old and Wise and Vulture Culture. They will be performing
for the second time in Israel this November 2017.
14-18 November – Jerusalem Open Restaurants Festival 2017,
For four days Jerusalem will host an urban culinary festival
featuring market tours, tasting menus in top restaurants, street food events,
master classes, cooking demonstrations and open kitchens. Find out more and buy
a ticket package from the official Jerusalem travel site.
19-20 November – Nick Cave Concert in Israel, Tel Aviv
Australian singer-songwriter, musician and former lead
singer of the Bad Seeds, Nick Cave has an emotionally intense voice which has
earned him the nickname “Prince of Darkness.” Cave will be in Israel for two
22-25 November – Tel Aviv Blues Festival, Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv’s winter addition of this popular festival features
(mostly) free blues and jazz performances in a variety of venues across the
city. Local and international musicians will perform over the course of four
days and there will be about 40 performances.
27 November – Take That Concert in Israel, Tel Aviv
Iconic 90s boy band Take That will be performing in Israel
featuring three of the original group members – Howard Donald, Mark Owen and
Gary Barlow. Be ready to hear the greatest hits of Take That and see the boys
performing their unforgettable harmonies. Book a ticket here.
30 November – Tape Face, Cinema City Glilot, Ramat
Tape Face (a.k.a. Sam Wills) shot to fame on America’s Got
Talent. The New Zealand comedian and mime performs with duck tape on his mouth
so that all of the comedy is created with facial expressions, simple props, music