This year, the Marom HaGalil Regional Council is continuing with its annual festival that has become a Galilean tradition: the “Bein HaKramim Festival” or “Festival of the Vineyards”. As usual, it will be held during the week of Tu Be’Av, the Jewish Valentine’s Day that takes place in the summer during which in biblical times the daughters of Israel went out to frolic among the vineyards. This year the festival will host special events and outdoor music shows from sunset to sunrise including four major shows and several unique and exciting collaborations between musical artists.
WHEN: Tu Be'Av, Aug 3-14, 2023
MAJOR FESTIVAL SHOWS
A sunrise show by Benaia Barabi (Friday, Aug 4th) at the Amphitheater at Livnim with a front view of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Mountains.
Three massive shows in the heart of the Ein Hozim forest, one of the most magical and special complexes in Israel, in the perfect weather that characterizes the area:
A joint show of Eviatar Banai & Idan Amedi (Tuesday, Aug 8th);
Shlomi Shabbat & Moshe Peretz in a joint show 'Krovim' with a special guest - Leah Shabbat (Thursday Aug 10th);
Hanan Ben Ari in concert (Monday, Aug 14th).
In addition to the above concerts, there will be several other events, including the traditional Circassian celebration in Rihaniyeh, which has returned to the festival after several years, Galilean fairs in various localities in the Marom HaGalil regional council, music events, and tours of wineries and vineyards, children's events, theatrical performances, activities for the whole family and lots of wine, goodness, and romance.
”The “Festival of the Vineyards” that will be celebrated by us in Marom HaGalil for the 17th time continues the tradition of the last few years - major shows alongside a host of different events throughout the council," said this week Tzvia Peretz, the director of culture and events at the Marom HaGalil Regional Council, who manages the festival "together with the head of the council Amit Sofer and their team. We have built a festival over several months that, like good wine, gets better and better each year, a successful brand attended by thousands from all over the country. This year we expect a special celebration. Everyone is invited!"
The number of seats is limited.
Ticket sales have opened this week on the festival's website.
Happy Tu Be'Av!
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