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The Elevators celebrating 10 years | Grateful Dead Tribute

Since 2007 “Ha Ma’aliot” (four old Olim from the US) has been proving their craze as the leading jam band in the Middle East with a huge repertoire ranging from Rock, Soul and 70’s Psychedelic music through their own original music.


The band is celebrating a decade of creating with a Thanksgiving performance at The Yellow Submarine.

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NOV
23

Thu 22:00
price
50-55-60 ₪

Alma Zohar

Alma Zohar is back with a new and electrifying show featuring songs out of her anticipated new album.


The new show will include her popular hits and songs from her next album.

In her exciting and touching show, Alma gives her unique voice and special presence a place on stage.

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NOV
25

Sat 22:00
price
65-70-80 ₪

Jam Session | The Jerusalem Jazz Festival

The nightly jam sessions at the Yellow Submarine have become a kind of festival in miniature within the Jerusalem Jazz Festival.



We invite you to come and listen, make new friends, relax with old friends, and let the music take you where you want to go.

Musicians of all ages, Festival guests from Israel and around the world, will be jamming far into the night. Get a drink, pull up a chair, and enjoy the moment.


Elad Gellert, the Jerusalem saxophone player, will be the MC.

On Wednesday and Thursday nights, beginning at 11:30 and lasting till morning, the Festival will continue at the Yellow Submarine with jam sessions where anything can happen.

Admission is free.

Shuttles to the Yellow Submarine will leave the Israel Museum at the end of the shows, at 11:30 P.M.

The Yellow Submarine is located at 13 Ha-Rekhavim Street, Jerusalem.

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NOV
29

Wed 23:30

free

Shai Tsabari

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NOV
30

Thu 21:30
price
60-70-80 ₪

Jam Session | The Jerusalem Jazz Festival

The nightly jam sessions at the Yellow Submarine have become a kind of festival in miniature within the Jerusalem Jazz Festival.



We invite you to come and listen, make new friends, relax with old friends, and let the music take you where you want to go.

Musicians of all ages, Festival guests from Israel and around the world, will be jamming far into the night. Get a drink, pull up a chair, and enjoy the moment.


Elad Gellert, the Jerusalem saxophone player, will be the MC.

On Wednesday and Thursday nights, beginning at 11:30 and lasting till morning, the Festival will continue at the Yellow Submarine with jam sessions where anything can happen.

Admission is free.

Shuttles to the Yellow Submarine will leave the Israel Museum at the end of the shows, at 11:30 P.M.

The Yellow Submarine is located at 13 Ha-Rekhavim Street, Jerusalem.

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NOV
30

Thu 23:30

free

Noam Banai

Noam Banai, as many Israelis before him, packed his bags and took off on a post army journey. His travels led him to India and Nepal where he was inspired and came back with some insight on life – followed by writing new original songs.


Noam is working on his second album; having written most of it after his father’s passing.


Noam is performing alongside his father’s band- Yael Malachi- electric guitar, Shai Baruch- drums, Tom Peleg- bass and Itai Tzuk- key board.

The show will include original pieces from his debut album, his new album and covers of his father’s songs.

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DEC
2

Sat 22:00
price
60-70-80 ₪

Monsieur Doumani With Special Guest: Neta Elkayam

Monsieur Doumani, nominated for ‘Best Group’ in Songlines Music Awards 2016, were formed in 2011 in Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus.
They focus on rearranging Cypriot traditional songs adding their own particular color to the sound and feeling of the songs.


They also compose their own songs in the Cypriot dialect, which are inspired by contemporary Cypriot society.
Even though their musical education was mainly oriented towards Western musical paths, neither of them has ever ignored the simplicity, the beauty and the unique melodies of their land’s traditional music. It is this uniqueness that Monsieur Doumani has focused upon, enriching traditional songs with new arrangements, melodies, rhythms and sounds and crafting a style distinctively their own. The traditional element is highlighted through the diversity of musical styles echoed in the group’s fresh and daring approach to Cypriot folklore.

In March 2015 Monsieur Doumani released their second full-length album, ‘Sikoses’, which was nominated for the prestigious ’Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik 2015‘ and also gained them a nomination in Songlines Music Awards 2016 in two categories: ‘Best Group’ and ‘Europe’.. Sikoses also reached No.1 in World Music Network’s June 2015 chart and No.1 in the November 2015 Transglobal World Music Chart.

Their live appearances in festivals and venues across Europe (WOMAD, GLOBALTICA, Bardentrefen, SKIF St Petersburg etc) have been very well-received by diverse audiences and their music has been presented on radio stations around the globe, such as BBC, NPR, Radio France, Sveriges Radio, PBS FM Melbourne etc.
In August 2012, Monsieur Doumani represented Cyprus at the acclaimed Ferrara Buskers Festival and was awarded the 3rd place for the most favored group of the festival.

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DEC
5

Tue 21:00
price
50-60-70 ₪

Hadas & Aviv

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DEC
6

Wed 22:00
price
70-80-90 ₪

Stand Up @ The Submarine With: Leah Lev

After “Night Club”, “The Israeli Girls” and more, it’s about time that Leah Lev will show you what she’s really all about.



With one of the most  wacked and filthy shows in Israel, it’s time to hear what she really has to say about Russians, Sexual harassments , gynecologists, drugs and much more than you can handle at your Shabas Dinner table.

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DEC
8

Fri 22:00
price
65-65-70 ₪

Luna Abu Nassar

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DEC
9

Sat 21:00
price
55-60-70 ₪

Hullegeb Israeli-Ethiopian Arts Festival: Strong Black Coffee

The Israeli-Ethiopian hip-hop rap duo Strong Black Coffee—Aylek Sahalo and Ori Elmo—celebrates a new performance presenting songs from the duo’s new second album.


In 2013 the duo, which brought hip-hop to Hebrew, released a series of brilliant clips that got millions of views and had three tours in the US. As always, Strong Black Coffee spices its songs with powerful messages relate to racism in Israeli society, but does not forgo an optimistic and entertaining joie de vivre.


Ori Elmo and Aylek Sahalo, vocals; Asi Peretz, keyboard; Raanan Fogel, guitar; Yoni Lifschits, drums; Uri Chaplan, bass; D.J. Moshik, dj and scratching; Ido Maimon, saxophone; Tal Sivan, sound; Meir Hayon, lighting

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DEC
12

Tue 21:00
price
48-60-60 ₪

Hullegeb Israeli-Ethiopian Arts Festival, Closing Performance: Afro Baghdad Express

Two of the most beloved artists of Confederation House’s flagship festivals—saxophonist and vocalist Abate Barihun of the Hullegab Festival and musician Yair Dalal of the Oud Festival, join together with Israeli bass player Yossi Fein.


The three will sing their songs in surprising new arrangements. Ethiopian-born Abate Barihun also appears in the festival in the opening with Ethiopian vocalist Getish Mamo and the Tesafe Ensemble. Dalal is an international artist, a pioneer of the ethnic music scene in Israel and abroad, whose compositions combine Jewish and Arab musical traditions. Yossi Fein is one of the most successful Israeli musicians internationally, with his own groundbreaking and original musical idiom. Fein has played with Lou Reed, David Bowie and Brian Eno, has produced albums for Shabak Samekh and Hadag Nahash, and brought dub music to Israeli audiences.


Abate Barihun, saxophone, vocals; Yossi Fein, guitar; Yair Dalal, oud, violin, vocals; Ben Eilon, percussion; Adoniya Gowada, masenko, krar, vocals

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DEC
13

Wed 22:00
price
56-70-70 ₪

A song and a snail finding a trail

A musical show for everybody based on poems written for children by famous poets.



Composer and arranger: Ofri Akavia

Creative partner and presenter: Roni Porat


Friendship and loneliness; sadness and comfort; dreams and the reality; and above all a longing — all this is embodied in the songs and the stories they tell with love, humor and wisdom.


Lian Hanun – singer

Hanan Ben Simon – singer

Roni Porat – double bass and melodica

Noam Dorembus – saxophone and clarinet

Daniel Feingold – drums

Rali Margalit – cello

Orna Magen – piano

Rachel Mazor – flute

Ofri Akavia – guitar

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DEC
15

Fri 12:30
price
50-50-70 ₪

Pedro Grass

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DEC
16

Sat 22:00
price
40-50-60 ₪

Isadora & Flora

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DEC
18

Mon 21:00
price
40-50-60 ₪

TUNA

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DEC
23

Sat 22:00
price
70-80-90 ₪

This Is How I Liberated Jerusalem | Yankele Rotblit Renewed Album

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DEC
26

Tue 21:00
price
70-70-80 ₪

Jazz @ The Submarine: The Jerusalem Dynasty Quintet plays Arnie Lawrence

Saxophonist and educator Arnie Lawrence arrived in Jerusalem in 1997 and had an immediate and immense impact on the Israeli jazz scene.


Lawrence, who was himself mentored by Ben Webster and Dizzy Gillespie has inspired a whole generation of successful Israel jazz musicians. The quintet includes some of Arnie’s dedicated disciples who are now days are accomplished musicians in NYC, Jerusalem, Paris & Tel Aviv.


Daniel Zondier – alto saxophone

Shauli Einav (Paris) – tenor & soprano saxophones

Hezi Jait – guitar

Tal Ronen (NYC) – Double Bass

Haim Peskoff – drums

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DEC
27

Wed 22:00

free

Girafot

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DEC
28

Thu 22:00
price
70-80-90 ₪

Rona Kenan

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DEC
30

Sat 22:00
price
65-75-85 ₪

Lola Marsh

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JAN
4

Thu 22:00
price
60-70-80 ₪

Jimbo J and Spa Band

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JAN
6

Sat 22:00
price
50-60-70 ₪

Ester Rada *** Different Eyes

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JAN
9

Tue 21:00
price
70-80-90 ₪

Alon Eder & Band

The new album marks Alon Eder and the band as one of the better things happening in Israeli music.


Two years after his big debut with his album “A Little Love Can’t Hurt” and a year after his album “Cassio Rage” Alon Eder returns to collaborate with Band and cuts an excellent album which features the singles  “Alot to Say”, “Don’t Leave Me”, and the addictive “Song to Mother.”

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JAN
11

Thu 22:00
price
55-55-60 ₪

The Backyard

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JAN
13

Sat 22:00
price
85-95-105 ₪

theAngelcy

A friendly, borderline spiritual experience, celebrating unique texts, nostalgic sounds and crafted arrangements.


The highly praised debut “Exit Inside” (2014) had acquired the appreciation of local and European Indie scenes, receiving rave reviews and named album of the year by media in Israel.

Their much awaited second album is expected next year, 2018.

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JAN
18

Thu 22:00
price
70-80-90 ₪