'Rock Atzmaut' gears up

The annual Yom Ha'atzmaut music party will include Aviv Gefen, Ivri Lider, Monica Sex, Eric Berman, Yoni Bloch and Mercedes Band.

March 31, 2009 11:02


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The annual Yom Ha'atzmaut music party known as Rock Atzmaut has released the plans for its 15th shindig, geared to rock and roll-loving teens. On Tuesday, April 28, a marathon of popular performers will take the stage at Rishon Lezion's Amphipark, beginning at midnight and continuing until dawn. The lineup includes Aviv Gefen, Ivri Lider, Monica Sex, Eric Berman, Yoni Bloch and Mercedes Band. Tickets run NIS 129 for advance purchase and NIS 149 at the door. Organized transportation will be available from around the country.

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