Where to watch Eurovision in Jerusalem

Two historic places will host activities and screens dedicated to the Eurovision contest in Tel Aviv.

By ALON EINHORN
May 13, 2019 15:21
1 minute read.
A Jerusalem Municipality ad for the Eurovision festival at the First Station

A Jerusalem Municipality ad for the Eurovision festival at the First Station. (photo credit: JERUSALEM MUNICIPALITY)

 
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"Thank you, I love my country. Next time in Jerusalem!"

That is how Netta Barzilai concluded her 2018 Eurovision win in Lisbon, Portugal.

Only the location of Eurovision 2019 was changed from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, but that does not mean that Eurovision enthusiasts in Jerusalem cannot experience the contest's spirit.

Two historic places will host activities and screens dedicated to the Eurovision contest in Tel Aviv, allowing the public to experience the contest together with other Eurovision enthusiasts.

The Tower of David will be screening the Eurovision finals on a big screen, and invites everyone to experience it with friends, beer and snacks, followed by a party featuring hits from Eurovision throughout the years.


The entrance is free of charge, starting at 21:00. More information on the Tower of David event can be found here.


The First Station will feature five days with Eurovision dedicated specials, from Eurovision parties with DJs, a festive Kabbalat Shabbat, a food and beer festival and more, inviting you to watch the semi-finals and finals on big screens.

The First Station's Eurovision special will also include food stands offering cuisine from countries participating in the competition throughout the events.

The event's schedule can be seen on the First Station's Facebook event here.

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