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Countdown begins until spirit of Tel Aviv comes to London!

Buy your tickets for the festival celebrating Israel’s rich and diverse coastal city, which will be showcased at Camden’s Roundhouse from 8 to 11 September

Acts you can sample include: L-R: A-Wa, Ester Rada,  Marina Maximilian and Mira Awad
Acts you can sample include: L-R: A-Wa, Ester Rada, Marina Maximilian and Mira Awad

From 8 to 11 September, Londoners can experience the rich and diverse culture of one of Israel’s most vibrant cities: Tel Aviv.

TLV in LDN is a four-day showcase of food, music, nightlife, arts and style direct from Tel Aviv, taking place at venues across the capital, including Camden’s iconic Roundhouse.

Women Power: A Night of Musical Fusion, taking place on Sunday, 10 September, 8pm at the Roundhouse, features four incredible female acts.

The concert features Ethiopian-born singer Ester Rada, an Israeli singer who is firmly in touch with her African roots.

She cites Ethio-jazz, Jewish youth movement classics and soul icon Lauryn Hill as her musical inspirations.

She performs alongside Israeli sister act A-WA, who have broken the mould with their genre-busting blend of Yemenite folk song, hip-hop, reggae and electronica.

Having produced the first ever Arabic single to top the Israeli pop charts, the girls are currently working on their second album.

The Tel Aviv beach
Tel Aviv beach

Also performing is renowned international singer Mira Awad, who has collaborated with Noa, Idan Raichel, Andrea Boccelli and Bobby Mc’Ferrin among others.

Her compositions reveal a unique fusion of Arabic and Western influences.

Last, but not least, Ukranian-born Marina Maximilian is a classically trained pianist, musician, singer-songwriter and actress who rose to prominence during the fifth season of reality TV talent show Kokhav Nolad (Star is Born) in 2007.

For tickets (£10 to £75), visit

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