Tel Aviv Party Weekend, featuring Israeli DJs Daniel Mariuma and Moti Saadia and party host Kay Long, will rock Manila on Jan. 15 and 16 at the Palace Pool Club, and Revel at The Palace in Uptown Bonifacio Taguig, respectively. Admission is free.
Deputy Chief of Mission Hadass Nisan said the two-day event will set the motion of the cultural program for 2016, and what can be better than a belated “Happy 2016” party.
“We love the Philippines so we are bringing Tel Aviv – the fun capital of Israel to Manila. The best DJs and performer from Israel will be in Manila to intensify the festive vibe and fun ambiance in the hippest and coolest party venues in town,” Nisan said.
One of the most influential LGBT personalities in Israel is Kay Long who started performing in 1998 as part of the successful drag queens. She has directed the LGBT Day Pride in Tel Aviv and has been leading the parade for 14 years. She has also represented Tel Aviv in world capitals as part of the delegation of Tel Aviv LGBT vibe.
Musically inspired by the end of disco age music, Mariuma entered the club scene with a fuse of electronic music and different styles – house, progressive, electro, soul, deep, funk, groove and new disco. His musical library is a mix of disco, 80’s melodies, pop, 90’s RNB and electronics of the second century. His music and production work led him to the highest clubs and biggest venues of Israel’s nightlife. Mariuma produces and performs in musical events with thousands of participants.
Saadia is one of the best DJs and music producers in Israel who performs in famous clubs, big events, parades and after-parties. Known for his unique style and subtle smooth mix between oldies New York house music and current music, Saadia sweeps the public into an explosive musical experience and mesmerizing visual performance. With over 30 years of performance, Saadia has played in front of thousands of people and has been featured in events such as Tel Aviv Parties in China, India and Vietnam; Tel Aviv LGBT Pride, Rome LGBT Pride, and LGBT-Games in Copenhagen; and Love Parade in Tel Aviv with 250,000 people in attendance. He has also worked with some of the biggest names in the electronic music industry.
For more information, visit the Israel Embassy’s Facebook page Israel in the Philippines and Twitter account @IsraelinPH.
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