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Wednesday night was Erev Shavuot, but in Tel Aviv it was also ל’לה לבאן, or “White Night.” My teacher Dina kept insisting that we all check it out. Basically, there would be free outdoor concerts all over the city – on Rothschild Boulevard, by the beach, all over. (Side note – I wonder if Dina is a closet party animal. When she was not in class two Thursdays ago, she told us some story the next Sunday how she rode all over the whole country for two days on the back of a motorcycle. Also, she said in 1998 when Madonna and Michael Jackson performed separate concerts in Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park, she went to both of them. Hmm…)
Anyway, I don’t like crowds, I don’t drink, and I’ve already been to Mardi Gras four years in a row; plus, I was bone tired. Did I really need to go to this? But my sweetheart friend Anna encouraged me to meet she and her fiance out, so I did. I joined them for a bite, and then we checked out one of the bands, then strolled among the madness a little.
Cute. Not the end all, be all. But cute. Here’s a few shots:
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