Indievision to showcase eight Israeli bands

The evening is organized by the State of Bliss record label and the music is expected to go into the wee hours of the morning.

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April 18, 2019 15:26
Tiny Fingers

Tiny Fingers. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Looking for a musical experience worlds away from the upcoming Eurovision? Never fear: Indievision – a one night festival of Israeli indie bands – is set for next month in Tel Aviv. On May 16 – the night of the second Eurovision semifinal – eight bands will take the stage at the Barby in Tel Aviv.

They include the trio Tartan, indie legends Acollective, psychedelic rockers Tiny Fingers, hip hop artist Echo, funk musicians Buttering Echo, fusion rockers Ouzo Bazooka, jazz musicians Malox and multicultural band Malabi Tropical.

The evening is organized by the State of Bliss record label and the music is expected to go into the wee hours of the morning.


Tickets for the show range from NIS 105-125 and are available at barby.co.il.

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