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Insider Tips To Party Hop All Over Israel Like A True Native

How Will You Celebrate?

New Years Eve in Israel has become bigger and bigger in recent years and there are now hundreds of New Years Eve parties across Israel. As well as many other special events, which cater to all musical, cultural, and social tastes. In fact, the hardest thing about spending New Year’s in Tel Aviv these days is choosing what to do. A small piece of advice, though: make reservations, if at all possible, to avoid the terrors of wandering the streets in search of a good party.

Keep reading to find the perfect place to celebrate New Years in Israel.


Israel Does Celebrate the New Year


Street Party in South Tel Aviv

Go to the Achoti Home on 70 Matalon in South Tel Aviv for what promises to be a remarkable  street party! The action begins at 20:00, and as the party is being managed by domestic residents, expect a quick and happening small block party vibe!

Make Memories: NYE in Tel Aviv

Funky and Free New Years Eve

The pretty little Moaz Bear (32 King George) will be hosting DJ Tordes from Israeli band the Apples, for some true, funky tunes. The action begins at 21:30. It promises to be Free and funky and with a status as a bit of a meat piece, could be a remarkable location to meet new people.


Free Fun and in TLV

The Sixties at Zappa

Looking for a little nostalgia and fun, head to top live music venue the Zappa for a performance by the esteemed cover band The Sixties. The Sixties have almost three decades of experience in Israel and abroad and have a wide repertoire, from the early 60’s with Elvis and Paul Anka covers, to the early 70’s, with renditions of a selection of Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix favorites. Doors open at 20:45 and the concert begins at 22:30.The ticket price includes a glass of champagne to get you in a festive mood.

Throwback 60'S New Years Eve


1984 comes to The Block

This is one of the dazzling club in Tel Aviv that will be dressed up in the 80s style to celebrate New Year’ 18. The fest combines disco, euro pop, new wave: a contribution by DJs Tal Argaman, Idan Gavriel and Tzach. The show starts at 10 PM and cost you only 13 shekels. From 11PM onwards, you will be charged around 40-70 shekels. But the minimum age of entry is restricted to 24.


1984 no not the book:)

New Years Eve at Mikes Place

WOW, what a way to bring in the new year!!! Not only is it the last day of 2017, but it’s also the last day of a spicy NFL season!

Looking for an American New Year? Mike’s Place will be partying to bring in the new year, with DJ’s, live music and of course a free champagne toast at midnight to welcome 2018.

They will also be broadcasting any college bowl games and NBA action that will be live streaming.

Please reserve online www.mikesplacebars.com at your preferred location.


Feel at Home


Madness at Abraham

A mad night at the Abraham hostel with top-of-the-line DJs and everything you need in order to celebrate the New Year with a hipster vibe. Sunday was never better, December 31st going to be the BEST one you ever had! Featuring the must see DJ’s of the year, meet cool people from all over the globe and embrace the madness.


Embrace the Madness


The Dancing Camel is taking you back to the Roaring 20’s

Tunes provided by DJ SOULACIOUS MR. BEN spinning the hottest, Swing and Big Band music. Dancing is strongly recommended. There will also be 8 different Dancing Camels on tap and a smoldering, New Year’s Eve cocktail menu, including all time favorites Between-The-Sheets, our very own Blushing Camel and a bunch we can’t even mention here.

For more details check out their FB page or their website.


Whats on Tap? New Years Eve Israel


I hope the tips I provided you with here will help you do just that and keep you comfortable and safe too! If you’re still not sure about something, feel free to ask me here by leaving a comment! I’ll answer the best I can and can even check things locally for you if that will help.


Beth Zuckerman
Beth Zuckerman
Beth is a former Upper Westsider, who made aliyah 8 years ago. She is a coffee addict and a lover of classical rock. Beth is the content and marketing manager at talknsave, in that order.

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