Monthly Tel Aviv Events

The best things to do in Tel Aviv

September's hottest events, exhibitions and festivals happening in the cultural capital of Israel

Opera | the Medium
The Medium is one of the most powerful and important operas of the second half oh the 20th century, a psychological music drama featuring a rather ambiguous mother daughter relationship.
Everything that seems real in this world is shattered to pieces in one of the most engaging shows.
The Israeli Opera, 19 Shaul Hamelech St. Tel Aviv

Ballet | the Pygmalion effect
Boris Eifman returns to Israel with his new work about a dancer who tries to change a clumsy common girl into a virtuoso dancer, to the music of the king of the waltz, Johan Strauss.
The Israeli Opera, 19 Shaul Hamelech St. Tel Aviv

Tennis | Tel Aviv Watergen Open
World class tennis tournament returns to Israel after 26 years. The top 20 ranked players internationally will compete in the daily tournament at the Expo Tel Aviv. the complex will be starting on September 25th and games will taka a break for the holiday of Rosh Hashana/ both singles and doubles finals will be held on October 2nd, with players vying for nearly 1,200,000 $ in prize money.
Pavilion 2, Expo Tel Aviv

Live Performance | Lali
Lali Esposito is an Argentinian singer, actress, dancer and model. She began her career as an actress and singer in 2003 when she joined the cast of the children's telenovela Rincon de Luz. From 2007 to 2012, Espesito, along with four other cast members from Casi Angeles, was a part of a teen pop band Teen Angels.
Kav Rakia, Tel Aviv

Movie night | encounter
On September 15th the Tel Aviv Museum of art will launch a new series of events linking its ongoing exhibitions with movies from Israel and abroad. The first movie Schumacher is about Urs Fischer, a prominent contemporary artist, who has been enjoying international fame for years. The documentary follows him during the preparation of his exhibition at the New Museum, New York.
We are rewarded with an intimate acquaintance with an extraordinary artist, whose talent and success enable him to play with art and fulfil his fantasies.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 27 Shaul Hamelech St, Tel Aviv

Kosher Dining | top chef restaurant
Arguably Israel's most famous chef, Eyal Shani's love of all things veggie has cemented his celebrity status. Dvora is Shani's latest kosher venture in Tel Aviv. The restaurant serves contemporary dishes like roast beef and gvardlax served on a large stone or a bag of garlicky green beans blend
Dvora by Eyal Shani, 87 Bn Yehuda St, Tel Aviv

Local cuisine | Hummus
Don’t miss Abu Hassan, the go to place for a plate of creamy chickpea goodness/ take it to go or eat in house, you won't be disappointed. For a real local experience, order the Masabacha – it's another version oh Hummus, topped with chickpeas in their juice and other trimmings.
1 Hadolfin St. Jaffa

Street Art | Graffiti tour
Tel Aviv Street art and graffiti tell the story of the city's constantly evolving culture – this introduction to graffiti in Tel Aviv is a colorful way to see the artwork you won't find in a museum. Join a local guide for a walking tour that explores art, history and style through street art while taking in side streets and alleys that are way off the tourist trail.
Elifelet St. 26, Tel Aviv