Events in Jerusalem

Sultan's Pool

Chutzot Hayotzer at 04.08.2014

Until 31.08.2016

Hutzot Hayotzer Festival 2015



The Great Summer Celebration for the whole Family!

The Municipality of Jerusalem, Jerusalem Development Authority and Ariel Ltd. are proud to announce:

Hutzot Hayotzer Jerusalem

The 40th Anniversary of the International Arts and Crafts Fair Jerusalem

 Top Israeli singers appearing in special lineups on one stage, popular children and tiny tot shows will appear for the first time, artists from Israel and around the world, beer garden, a photography and design exhibition, artist workshops and more.


Shlomi Shabbat in the opening night, Sarit Haddad hosting Kobi Aflalo, 

Gidi Gov with special guest Yehudit Ravitz, Dudu Aharon, Mosh Ben Ari, Evyatar Banai, 

Knessiyat Hasechel hosting Rita, Ivri Leeder with Ninet, Aviv Geffen, 

Avraham Tal will host Dudu Tasa and Ethnix mark 30 years (Liran Denino will open)

Artistic director and producer: Sarah Malka

August 3-15, 2015

Sun.-Thu. 6 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Sat. 9 p.m. to midnight



At the foot of the Old City walls, under the open sky near to Sultan’s Pool, on August 3 the International Arts and Crafts Fair Jerusalem will start its 40th edition. The festival, which has been a tradition for the last 4 decades, will celebrate the milestone in style, hosting the best vocalists and artists in Israel as well as popular children’s shows, with dozens of artists from Israel and abroad – from the Far East, South and Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa – who will exhibit their work, including painters, jewelers, designs and sculptors.


Over the years the festival has become one of the mainstays of the city’s cultural life, with its regular summer berth. During its 40 years the festival has served as a tourism and cultural attraction, and each year it has drawn tens of thousands of visitors from all over Israel who come to enjoy the Jerusalem nighttime ambiance, and see contemporary Israeli music shows, roam through the park’s alleyways, visit the various stalls and see artists at work at the different workshops.



The Jerusalem Tourism Map:

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