Tel Aviv Highlights: March 2013

Tel Aviv Highlights: March 2013

Zombie Walk
(March 6th, Ben-Zion Blvd. Corner of King George, Tel Aviv)


The zombie walk is a public event, usually held in metropolitan areas all over the world, in which the participants are dressed like zombies and walk around the city streets. It first started in 2001, in California and was called "The Zombie Parade". This zombie walk will start at 9 pm, going up Ben-Zion Blvd towards Habima Theatre and Down Rothschild Blvd.


Euroleague 2013
(March 14th, 23rd and 28th,  Nokia Arena, Tel Aviv)


During March 2013, there will be 3 important euroleague basketball games in Tel Aviv: Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv vs. BC Khimki Moscow Region, Olympiacos Piraeus vs. Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv and Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv vs. Besiktas JK Istanbul.


Marathon Gillette
(March 15th, Tel Aviv)


This is one of the biggest international sport events in Israel, with 35,000 runners and about 100,000 participants cheering them on. This year there will be 7 different running tracks: the marathon (42 km), half marathon (21 km), Urban run (10 km), 10% race (4.2 km), handicap handcycle, mini-marathon for children (420 m) and a rollerblade half marathon.

M.O.P Concert
(March 21st,  Barby, Tel Aviv)


This American hip hop duo, Billy danze and Lil' Fame, will be performing in Israel for the first time. The duo is known for the hits "Ante Up" and "Cold as Ice". They have collaborated with musicians such as Busta Rhymes, Jay Z, 50 Cent and more. It will take place at 8 pm. Cost: 150 ILS


Israel Innovation Marathon 2013
(March 26th-27th, Tel aviv)


This event, organized by Bootcamp Ventures, a global innovation platform, is a good opportunity for high-tech companies and start-ups to be recognized amongst international investors, as well as customers. Bootcamp Ventures offers technological companies professional guidance.


Passover
(March 26th - 31st)


A Jewish holiday that celebrates the freedom of the Jews from Egyptian slavery by having a feast on the first night, called seder. It is customed to read the Haggadah before eating. During this holiday, bread and any food made of grains isn't allowed, and instead, there's unleavened bread called matzo.

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