Israel@70

This is one birthday party you don’t want to miss!

Join your friends and family on April 29 at Park Tavern for a food, music and tech festival celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday! Over 70 organizations have come together to celebrate for the first time in Atlanta’s history. Come hang out in the Jewish Times Chill Zone and listen to musical acts on the main stage – family favorites Joanie Leeds and Billy Jonas Band and the winners of the Israeli version of American Idol, Taking The Time. Throughout the day, participate in a large scale community art project, experience the latest in Israeli technology, play games on the lawn, test your endurance at Israeli Boot Camp and sample your favorite Israeli foods. Buy your tickets now – prices go up at the door! 

Event Co-Chairs: Karl & Julie Altmann and Scott & Leslie Alterman

April 29 | Park Tavern | 10:30 am-4 pm

Individual Tickets $10 online | $18 at the door
Family Tickets (2 Adults + Unlimited Children) $18 online | $25 at the door

Advanced ticket sales close April 28 at 11:59 pm

Upstairs Downstairs Downstairs Stage Outside
All Day Breman Israeli Art Exhibit Jewish Times Chill Zone Soccer Goals and Drills
Roaming Hospital Clowns Women’s Tent Art Interactive Map Activity
Face Painting Israeli Fruit Tasting Face Painting
PJ Chill Zone Israeli 3D Glasses Tour Gaga Pits
Make Your Own T-Shirt Station Israeli Boot Camp Experience
Photo Booth Sponsored By Kenes Tours Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream
Israeli Innovation Tech Exhibit
Community Art Project
Rainbow Loom
Chocolad Making
Western Wall Notes
Plaque Project
Kids Personalized Art Project
Magnificent Magnets
Cookie World Record Project
10:30
11:00 Israeli Bingo MJCCA Cooking Demo
11:15 Concert: Joanie Leeds
Flower Pot Project
Israeli Bingo
11:30
12:00 Israeli Dancing  Cooking Demo with The General Muir
Israel Bingo
12:30 Shir Harmony
Choir Performance
Concert: Billy Jonas Band
12:50 Weber Choir
1:00  Concert: Paz Band
1:30 Camp Dancing
1:50 Concert: Exit 10
2:00
2:30
3:00 Concert: Taking The Time (Israeli American Idol winners)
3:30
4:00

*All events and activities are subject to change.

Beverages

Free water stations will be available throughout the venue.

All beverage tickets for alcohol and soft drinks will be available for purchase for $7 per ticket. (1 ticket = 2 soft drinks or 1 alcoholic beverage)

Food

There will be many options to purchase food. All food vendors are Kosher.

Vendors:
Keith’s Corner BBQ
A Kosher Touch
Avenue K
Cinnaholics
Cotton Cravings
Dolce
For All Occasions
Fuego Mundo
Juli Meni
Liquid X
Quality Kosher
Spicy Peach

*Food vendors are subject to change*

Tickets

Make sure to bring your tickets in print or on your phone. You will be required to scan the code to gain entrance.

Security

There will be a security check before you enter the venue.

No outside food or beverages will be allowed into the venue. Free water stations will be available throughout the venue.

Please try to limit your bags to one per person.

Handicap Access

The venue is handicap accessible and parking will be available on site. There will be attendants to direct you to the appropriate areas.

What To Wear

Some areas of the venue do have uneven ground. Please wear sensible shoes.

 Photos

By attending this event you agree that event photos and videos can and will be used for post-promotion. If you would prefer not to have your likeness used, please send an email to israel70@jewishatlanta.org.

Information on how to get to the event. We encourage all guests to carpool, use rideshare services such as Lyft and Uber, and utilize public transportation (Midtown is the nearest MARTA station – 1 mile away). Handicap parking will be available at the venue.

Piedmont Park has a parking deck located at 1320 Monroe Drive, Atlanta, GA 30306. This is a 10-minute walk from Park Tavern. Other public parking lots near the park include:

Colony Square: 1155 Peachtree St NW

1217 Spring St NW

933 Peachtree St NE

Israel@70 is brought to you by over 40 community partners. Thank you to our event sponsors.

Presenting Sponsor

Sponsorship paid for
by the Morris Family
Foundation, Inc.

Sponsors

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