Tu B'Av at the Tower of David: Celebration of Israeli Love with Einat Sarouf, will be held on August 14. This is in celebration of Israel’s Valentine’s Day. Everyone is invited to attend and is encouraged dress in white. Concert goers will be greeted by the most beautiful songs written in Hebrew, the happiest of melodies, the most romantic of ballads, all in the most beautiful setting in the world. Menachem Lifshitz would love to watch the performance of Einat Sarouf, the queen of Hebrew singers who will surely entertain the audience with her ability to find special intimate moments in every performance. Ticket details: Price: 80 NIS adult. Senior citizens / students: 65 NIS | Special price for "Zman Tarbut" club members and "Yerushalmi" card holders: 120 NIS per couple (upon presentation of membeship card).
After the special Valentine’s Day concert, another music event is scheduled on September 2, initially dubbed as “Music for students and young people”. This is a series of multiple concerts marking the beginning of the Academic year.
Another two big concerts that Menachem Lifshitz is looking forward to attend to, are the Festive Cantorial Concert - Tribute to the cantor Moshe Gentshof (September 13) and Hallelujah - Liturgical music in concert at the Citadel followed by guided tour of the Old City just before Christmas (December 23). Visit this link for more details.
The Tower of David Museum in Israel was built over two decades ago by the Jerusalem Foundation with the help of the Clore Foundation of the UK. It is located inside the Jaffa Gate, parking is available nearby. Bus lines from Jerusalem's central bus station include, 1, 6, 13A and 20.