The upcoming Independence Day will be celebrated in the living room with "Israel Today" • On the menu: Israel's highest party, ten hours of broadcasting with Eliko and performances by Moshik Afia and Kobi Peretz
Full Kobi Peretz Concert for "Israel Today" and "Heart of the State" Listeners // Photo: Moshe Nahomovich
For the first time since the founding of the state, on Independence Day we will all be forced to sit in houses instead of taking to the streets, celebrating at parties, singing in stages and barbecuing in the parks.
But instead of surrendering to Basa, we can connect, feel together and rejoice on our country's holiday, even under the simple conditions imposed upon us during the Corona.
Israel Today made sure to sweeten the cut, with a festive and joyous broadcast schedule throughout Independence Day. From the west of the holiday until Wednesday evening, you are invited to go with us, dance with us, sing with us and at the same time keep your health.
One of the key events in the special broadcast schedule is actually the party you've always dreamed of taking part in. For three hours, the three leading Israeli DJs will receive Josie, Sean Doron and Witnesses from the roof of the Azrieli Sharona Tower in Tel Aviv.
"After almost two months of having to transfer the parties from the clubs to the Internet, we wondered what we could do to make Independence Day's party as big as possible," explains Yaniv Tiberias and Niv Shir, the owners of Anonymous Production, who for a month have been dancing the crowd through digital means in collaboration with the Art Club Tel Aviv.
"And so, in a brainstorming session with Israel Today, the idea was born to film three sets of three DJs from the tallest building in the country. I can't wait to see the result and dance together."
DJs Josie ("The Million Race," "Survivor"), Sean Doron, and Sabbath Witnesses are also excited to take part in the event and promise a party you haven't seen or heard before.
"We must rejoice," Josie said, "especially after all this confusing period. I make such a bouncy set that there is no way you will continue to sit on the couch." His friend Sean Doron is also excited to return to the position: "I missed so much to make people happy with the music and I am very happy that on Independence Day I can finally do well in these simple times."
Even Adi Shabbat, who usually finds herself every weekend at another club, promises to serve you when you don't forget. "I make a set of hypo-euphonic electronic music, which consists of a mix of styles, including techno, Deep House and Assid. I invite you all to dance with tears in my eyes! "
Don't want to dance, wanna go crazy? no problem. "Israel Today" and State Heart Radio invite you to "Israel Stage," a super-festive broadcaster starting at 9 a.m., and for ten straight hours. The broadcaster, led by broadcaster Eliko, will be broadcasting to listeners, chefs will give recipes, awards will be given and Moshik Afia and Kobe Peretz will jump-start the atmosphere with performances in full musicianship.
"While the state of Israel has been quite paralyzed in the last two months, I have realized that it is a privilege to delight our wonderful people, especially during this time," says Peretz, who, like all his friends, had to stay home during one of the busiest periods of the year.
So when Aliko offered Peretz to attend the huge event, Peretz didn't think twice. "I was so happy and excited about the privilege that I was given to make the people of Israel happy on the day of our beloved state. Honor is to me!", The singer told Israel Today. "Be prepared for a lot of surprises and lots of uplifting mood, with music that everyone loves. Happy Holidays, Free Love, Abundant Abundance and Healthy Health for All the People of Israel!"
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