This year the Shavuot holiday will be celebrated on the evening of 3 June (6 Sivan on the Jewish calendar).  Shavuot evening marks a special tradition, known as 'Tikun Leil Shavuot', which includes festive all-night Torah study sessions to celebrate the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people.

This year, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality invites you to take part in the numerous all-night Tikuns taking place throughout the city. The events will be hosted by Jewish organizations, communities and synagogues across a wide spectrum: Secular, Conservative, Reform and Modern Orthodox.  

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In light of Tel Aviv's pluralistic, tolerant nature, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality would like to suggest a variety of Tikun activities aimed at diverse communities throughout the city, listed below. Activities below will be offered in English, with several activities also offered in Russian.


The Hebrew City of Tel Aviv – Tikun At City Hall

The Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality (69 Ibn Gvirol st.), in partnership with Beit-Tefilah Israeli, is hosting a liberal-egalitarian Tel Avivian Tikun exploring the Hebrew identity of Tel Aviv, "The First Hebrew City".

Festivities start at 20:00 and are set to include various discussions, a live midnight musical performance and late night panels till morning prayers.


Bechetsi HaLyla: A 'Tikun Leil Shavuot' Mega Event in South Tel Aviv

For the second annual time, The Secular Yeshiva of Bina, the Fishka Creative Multicultural Community and the Neve Schechter - Legacy Heritage Center for Jewish Culture invite you to a very special Tikun with a Southern Tel Aviv zest. A night-time exploration of Jewish culture via live musical performances, dancing, late-night study sessions, creative workshops, walking tours, discussions and more. Each organization offers a unique perspective and its own modern interpretation on the Book of Ruth, read on Shavuot.


Throughout the night walking tours will lead visitors through Rothschild Boulevard, Gan Hahashmal, Neve Tsedek and Neve Sha'anan, highlighting places that usually go unnoticed to the casual observer.


For more information and scheduling:


Tikun "Kuli Alma" – The Secular Yeshiva of Bina

Tel: 03-6399127

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Tikun "In the Eyes of the Beholder" -  Neve Schechter - Legacy Heritage Center for Jewish Culture

Tel: 03-5170358

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Tikun "Free2Change" - Fishka Creative Multicultural Community

Tel: 077-4341652

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Tikun At 'Daniel' Centers

This year the 'Daniel' centers will focus on the motive of shells, which according to Kabalistic origins cover up and defend the good. Throughout the night, these shells will be explored in sessions, live musical performances and dancing till sunrise.

Start Time: 21:30

Beit Daniel (62 Bnei Dan st., Tel Aviv) will have many renowned professionals giving workshops in dance, music, film, art, creative writing and even beatboxing! There's also a Teen workshop organized by the Israeli Scouts.
Several workshops and panels will be held in English.   

Mishkanot Ruth Daniel(47 Jerusalem blvd. , Jaffa) will host a special rooftop Tikun with guest lectures, a dance performance and a seaside 'Tashlich'.

Kehilat HaLev (38 Rashi st., Tel Aviv) is having a discussion about the different meanings of the Kabalistic shells from a feminist-spiritual perspective.


Tikun At the Masorti Ramat Aviv Congregation

The New Conservative (Masorti) Congregation of Ramat Aviv (12 Daniel Moritz St., Tel Aviv) will have 3 discussions on the subject "Giving of the Torah – Giving of Enlightenment" preceded by an evening prayer at temple, starting at 19:30.

Tikun At The Sinai Congregation

The Sinai Congregation (88 Bugrashov st.) is hosting several academic panels on the topic of Belongingness and Estrangement in the White City, including talks about sexuality, morality, identity, pluralism and more. Discussions start at 22:00, preceded by evening prayer at 19:30.