Events on the eve of Memorial Day for the victims of the Israeli military and the victims of hostilities

“We will always remember them”: the main rally to mark the Day of Remembrance for the Martyrs of the Israeli Armed Forces Boys and Girls of Tel Aviv-Yafo, songs in the square, an event at Yad Labanim and the Day of Remembrance for the Fallen and the Living in collaboration with NATAL and Shards

We will always remember them! Photo by Yael Tzur

On Tuesday, Monday, May 2, 2022, at 5:30 PM, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality will hold a central rally to mark the Day of Remembrance for the Martyrs of the Israeli Army, boys and girls of Tel Aviv-Yafo. The ceremony will be held at the Boys’ Garden in Ganei Yehoshua (intersection of Ibn Gvirol and Sderot Rokach streets), in the presence of Ron HuldaiMayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo, Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, Joseph Lutenberg, Chairman of Yad LaBanim Tel Aviv-Yafo and the Bereaved Families. Moderator: Alon Ben David, with the participation of Meital Trabelsi.

Songs in the square: On the eve of Memorial Day for the victims of the Israeli military and the victims of hostilities, Tuesday, May 3, Monday, Iyar, Sportek Tel Aviv, Ganei Yehoshua – Ibn Gvirol Street, corner of Rokach Boulevard. Gates open at 19:00, the start of the event and the start of the live broadcast at 21:00 Channel 12 request.

The event will be broadcast live to the homes of residents and the general public at the request of Channel 12, on the municipal Facebook, on the GLC radio station and on the C network radio station. IDF Martyrs’ Remembrance Day Ceremony “Songs in the Square”, an exciting and unique musical event in memory of those who fell in the Israeli wars, in the presence of Ron Huldai, Mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo and hosted Lior Ashkenazi, Will host this year the leading and most important artists in Israel: Dikla, Harel Skaat, Hanan Ben Ari, Yuval Dayan, Moshe Peretz, Nurit Galron, Nasrin Kadri, Ivri Lider, Eden Hasson, Rita, Ran Danker, Shlomi Shabbat. The songs will include videos with the stories of the fallen from all over Israel. Musical direction: Ami Rice. Editor: Etty Ante. Chairs will be deployed in the complex for the benefit of the general public, the event is accessible to the hearing impaired and there is accessibility for wheelchair users

On the eve of Memorial Day at Beit Yad LaBanim in Tel Aviv: Tuesday, May 3, Monday, 19:50, Beit Yad LaBanim Tel Aviv, 63 Pinkas St., “I sang to you nationally” – a special concert by the Tel Aviv Chamber Choir, dedicated to Hebrew song, songs like “The Evil”, ” The Last Battle ”“ Walk to Caesarea ”and more.

Conductor and facilitator: Michael Shani. Seating performance in the auditorium, please reserve seats on the Yad LaBanim website:

There will be no entry to the show after the siren, the house is open to visitors from 19:00

Memorial Day Ceremony for the Fallen and the Living: In collaboration with the NATAL and Shards Association, at the Enav Cultural Center

Tuesday, May 3, Monday, May 19, 5:55 PM, Enav Cultural Center, Ibn Gvirol 71. The ceremony will be broadcast live on Facebook by Shrapnel, on the eve of Memorial Day for the victims of the Israeli military operations and the victims of hostilities. , Alongside those who returned from the war alive but different from those who went out to it. Among the speakers: Ben Berkovich, who served as a platoon commander in the Nahal Brigade and fought in Gaza during Operation Eitan, a Jordanian Sky who served in the SLD unit during the Second Lebanon War, and Ella Bar, whose partner Paz Eliyahu was killed in Operation Eitan. During the event, artists Shlomi Shaban, Yirmi Kaplan, Eyal Atzmon and Sivan Talmore will sing.

The Shards project holds ceremonies on the eve of Remembrance Day from 2014 with the aim of creating spaces where combat and military experiences can be told and processed. We give space to men and women of different ages and diverse backgrounds. Released from Gaza operations, combat supporters from Second Lebanon, reservists from the fighting formation, relatives of fighters or spouses of those diagnosed with post-trauma. What they all have in common is the burden of living memory since the days of battle and the army.

** Tickets are free and with advance registration, the number of places is limited:**

Dozens of community memorial events will also be held throughout the city at the initiative of community centers.

More details regarding the events and ceremonies of Memorial Day for the victims of the Israeli military operations in Tel Aviv-Yafo on the municipality’s website

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