Pinsteps. Leafit et aOr
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Lehafitz et Haor - Spread The Light - This constellation has become very famous amongst closed clubs. It first comes to life on the walls of the Old City if Jerusalem, and creates a diploid between light and music. It’s name, Visual Jockey, and the performance is possible due to work from an international team. Ari Dikaer from Poland, Visual Jockey Alstroyman from Brazil, Visual Jockey EPS from Russia, Visual Jockey Sveta Rainish from Ukraine and Visual Jockey Tadjavasi from India. Every night the performance on the wall is played by three different people. The music is accompanied by different lights on the wall of the Old City. The performance is partly staged and partly improvised, basing itself on the crowd of the night.


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Jerusalem. Festival of Light Blue route.

The blue route starts on Tsakhal Square (opposite the city hall), runs along the walls of the Old City and ends at the entrance to the Western Wall. This is the longest route. At the end of the route there is a stop of special buses, which, having rounded the old city, will take you back to the starting point and you can go on another route: either green or red. Green goes along the northern walls of the Old City, and the red passes through the city from the Jaffa Gate to the New Gate. The festival takes place every day from June 26 to July 4 from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm, except for Fridays.

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