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Sunday, May 19
7:00 PM EDT - 11:00 PM EDT

Israel Independence Day Party (18+)

In-Person Event

Cost: $45 online; $55 at the door

Venue

JCC Levinson Hall
5738 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States
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The best Independence Day party ever in the 'Burg.

Community Israel Independence Day Adult Party

Join us for an evening of festive celebration and meaningful solidarity as we come together to commemorate the 76th anniversary of Israel.

Am Yisrael Chai!

  • Israeli Music: Immerse yourself in the vibrant sounds of Israel with live music throughout the evening.
  • 🎧 DJ AdamBomb: Get ready to dance the night away with electrifying beats spun by DJ AdamBomb!
  • 🍽️ Delicious Food: Enjoy traditional Israeli cuisine unlike any other party.
  • 🍹 Alcoholic Drinks to keep the party going.
  • 🖌️ Face Painting: Let your imagination run wild with our talented face painters.
  • 📷 Photo booth: Walk away with a special memory at our photo booth!
  • 🚔 Security reinforcements inside and outside the venue.

Let’s come together to celebrate, connect, and show our solidarity with Israel during this joyous occasion.

Spread the word, bring your friends and family, and let’s make this Independence Day Party an unforgettable experience!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Must be 18 or older to attend.

The party is co-funded and funded by the nonprofits 412 Friends of Zahal Pittsburgh, PA and the Israeli Community of Pittsburgh.

Venue

JCC Levinson Hall
5738 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States
+ Google Map

Questions:

Organizer

The Israeli Community of Pittsburgh
Phone
412-432-8512
Email
david@israelpittsburgh.com
View Organizer Website

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