Tel Aviv hits Jerusalem

The Israel Museum, in cooperation with Levontin 7, will celebrate Tel Aviv's centennial with all types of music in the Art Garden.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
August 4, 2009 07:28
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The Israel Museum, in cooperation with Levontin 7, will celebrate Tel Aviv's centennial with all types of music in the Art Garden from August 11-12. The festivities will include Hebrew rock, Arabic music, world music, klezmer and areas in which to kick back and unwind. The party starts at 7 p.m.

Entry to the celebrations is free with admission to the museum. Children under 17 get free admission to the museum throughout August.

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