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ORI | Opening Act: Yehezkel Raz

Ori is currently performing as a one-man- band, using a “loop-satation” and relaying on his unique voice and instrument such as guitar, xylophone, synth and samples.


People that have seen Ori’s live shows tell abou t an intimate and exciting experience from an artist that

manages to spill his heart and soul in such an accurate way through music time after time.

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APR
25

Tue 21:00
price
50-60-70 ₪

Jazz@ The Submarine: Hagai Perets Trio

Modern Jazz inspired by the great masters of the past, originals compositions along with fascinating arrangements to the finest classical repertoire.


Hagai Perets – Guitar/Synth 

Tal Feder – Double Bass

Noam Landsman – Drums

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APR
26

Wed 22:00

free

Moshe Lahav – The Big Tish

Moshe Lahav has created a uniquely Israeli phenomenon called Big Tish.



This refreshing show of Israeli songs adds a socially-dynamic aspect to the performances that has become a total cultural phenomenon…


the audience actively participates and builds the character of the show together with Lahav.

At times dramatic and stormy, at times lighthearted and flowing– thousands of Israelis have already been captured by the magic of the songs, performances, elation, and the sense of togetherness, such that they return again and again.

The show has no permanent structure or set of songs; instead, Lahav concocts a show based on his understanding the emerging mood each night.


To order tickets: Rachel 052-5999244

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APR
27

Thu 22:00
price
75-85 ₪

Stand Up @ The Submarine: Yossi Zabari

Yossi Zabari is likely the most colorful and challenging figure that you could find any time soon.


He is an actor (currently at the Cameri Theater and Beit-lessin Theater), dancer, stand-up comedian, feminist, semi-humanist, and three-quarter vegan who talks about his life, and of…um, yes…being gay. His unique performance does not shy away from touching upon, speaking about, and digging into all that others try to sweep under the carpet. Zabari slips on his tap shoes for a spectacular dance that does not neglect any of these carpets. A thought-provoking, stereotype-breaking performance that is funny, blunt, and stimulating in all the right places.

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APR
28

Fri 22:00
price
55-60-70 ₪

Isaac DaBom | Electric soul

Original soul music as well as special renditions of classic soul and R&B songs.

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APR
29

Sat 22:00
price
40-45-50 ₪

Independence Day | Family Happening

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MAY
2

Tue 12:00
price
10-10-10 ₪

Radio Inshalla

Switching on the radio in Israel, you get a kick straight to the frame of the goal. Wars, soccer, models and political corruption, IDF and Eurovision.


We are Radio Inshallah. East and West and in the middle the radio that frames our Israeli-ness- full of dilemmas, contrasts, complications, war and peace, noise and silence. Radio Inshalla is a new  comic music show courtesy of the singer and actor Tomer Sharon (Tomash) and the musician Yair Yona.


Blues is not just music, blues is a state of mind- and in our local DNA it ties the wailing wall, Masada and the midsummer beaches of TLV.  Between the songs stories are told of known Israeli figures along with stories of not famous figures which could easily be you. The stories shine a light of perspective on layers in our society- the generational, the romantic, the everyday, social change, the weather and more.

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MAY
4

Thu 22:00
price
60-65-70 ₪

Edan Alterman | Alt Shift

A Musical Stand Up Comedy Show Featuring 4 Players Band!

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MAY
6

Sat 22:00
price
70-75-85 ₪

Alma Zohar

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MAY
9

Tue 21:00
price
60-70-80 ₪

Jazz @ The Submarine With Mordy Ferber

Mordy Ferber is an exquisite jazz musician whose compositions and performances have brought jazz into the 21st century.  He effortlessly blends intricate melodies with stunning guitar-playing and musicianship and most importantly has developed a sound of his own.


Mordy Ferber has performed and recorded with artists including  Michael Brecker, Jack DeJohnette, Eddie Gomez, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, Dave Liebman, George Garzone, Donny McCaslin Billy Hart Danny Gottlieb Richard Bona, Miroslav Vitous, Jeff Berlin, Danny Gottlieb, Chester Thompson, Bob Moses, Richie Beirach,  Jack Bruce, Will Lee, Larry Coryell, Adam Nussbaum and Billy Hart, Larry Graham, Bootsy Collins, 


Mordy has thirty years of teaching experience at such prestigious institutions as  New York University, Berklee College of Music in Boston, the New School University, American Institute for Guitar and the Sam Ash Institute in New York City. He is highly sought after for his private instruction and has taught master classes in improvisation technique, harmony and composition all over the world. Mordy is regularly commissioned to write music for television and film and his work has been used widely in shows such as the  Sopranos, Six Feet Under, Jack Ass, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Guilty on HBO, Fresh Prince, Bay Watch, Felicity, Chris Rock Special on HBO, Everybody Loves Raymond, Veronica’s Closet, the VH1 Fashion Award Show, the Grammy Awards promo, and on many other

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MAY
10

Wed 22:00

free

ADI ULMANSKY

 ADI is a 27 year old singer and producer from Tel Aviv. She creates her own unique beats and combines it with her brilliant R&B voice.


‘..transforming it into clattering, MIA’esque POP’ (The Guardian).

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MAY
11

Thu 22:00
price
45-55-65 ₪

(Yair Levi | Shuv Linshum (Breathe Again

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MAY
16

Tue 21:00
price
50-60-80 ₪

JMO | Three Countries – One Language | Chamber Music from Africa, Middle East and Europe

The music of Moussa Cissokho (Senegal), Jan Galega Brönnimann (Switzerland) and Omri Hason (Israel) is a reminiscence of the art of storytelling.


The trio creates a tension of traditional and modern music from Africa, Europe and the Middle East. The sparkling sound of the Kora (African Harp with 22 strings) meets the warm tone of the Bass Clarinet and the oriental percussion.


„Al nge taa“ is the first release of the trio. It means „let’s move!“ in Mandinka, a language spoken in Gambia, Mali and Senegal. The songs are written by the three musicians and reflect their different backgrounds. Listening to   „Al nge taa“ is an unforgettable adventure thanks to its merging of different musical traditions, the band’s unique line-up and its wealth of ingenious melodies and rhythms.

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MAY
18

Thu 22:00
price
55-65-75 ₪

HipHop @ The Submarine: KILLIN H8 (Hila The Killa & Sir KN8) & Pele-Ozen

Pele-Ozen – Original Hip Hop Crew based in Tel-Aviv & Jerusalem, spreading vibes of revolution, peace and love with unique style and groove.


HILA THE KILLA and SIR KN8 announce the first release under their new found collective moniker KILLIN H8; “Body Hair” promotes body positivity and not being afraid of being yourself. The video for the track will be premiering officially at the Berlin Music Video Awards in May 2017.


SIR KN8 and HILA THE KILLA are a hip-hop duo based in NYC. The core of their music is humorous and philosophical lyricism, expressing deep thoughts with light hearts on optimistic, early-90’s-inspired beats.

They are both independent artists in their own right (Sir Kn8 as a rapper/producer, Hila the Killa as a rapper/comic/performance artist), and have lately been collaborating on stages and recording projects. Sir Kn8 builds beats live with a sampler wearing a colorful onesie, while Hila the Killa dances and does handstands and other acrobatics, amidst which they pass the mic and go song for song rapping.

It sounds like if a combination of Saul Williams and Gift of Gab made twin babies with a combination of Queen Latifah and Sarah Silverman, and those babies grew up listening to De La Soul (which such babies probably would anyway).


The duo performs regularly in Brooklyn and Manhattan, where they’ve shared stages with Hemlock Ernst (Samuel Herring of Future Islands), Sasheer Zamata (SNL), Roy Wood, Jr. (The Daily Show), Carolyn Castiglia and Jamal/ Ivy League (producer for Majesticons and Mike Ladd).

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MAY
27

Sat 22:00
price
30-40-60 ₪

Noon Concert: Maya Polizer | The Heart of the Matter

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JUN
2

Fri 15:00
price
45-50-70 ₪

Jazz @ The Yellow Submarine: Joanna

London born, LA / NYC based vocalist, composer and multi-instrumentalist Joanna Wallfisch has emerged as a unique voice in the singer-songwriter world.


With a classical and jazz background her music combines post-folk and art-song with a poetic lyricism which The New York Times described as “sensitive and deep”. She is a master in the art of live vocal looping and creates beguiling vocal soundscapes to accompany her songs. The Telegraph called her virtuosic performance as “sublime and unique”.

Since 2011 Joanna has released three critically acclaimed albums, her fourth, “Blood and Bone” to be released later in 2017. “Gardens In My Mind”, (Sunnyside, 2016), features pianist Dan Tepfer and the award-winning Sacconi Quartet, showcasing Joanna’s “crystalline delivery” (Downbeat) and lush string quartet writing. Downbeat gave this album four stars, calling it “an exquisite singer-songwriter album”, while PopMatters called it “a truly beautiful listen from start to finish”

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JUN
7

Wed 22:00

free

Eric Berman

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JUN
8

Thu 22:00
price
70-80-90 ₪

Jazz @ The Submarine: Tamuz Nissim Quartet

Tamuz Nissim covers just about every imaginable jazz related style from straight melody to scat singing to vocalize and singing atmospheric tones.


Put her together with guitarist George Nazos and you have a combination that works so amazingly well through each style that it is stunning.

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JUN
28

Wed 22:00

free