TCM Music Festival – September 17th Central Bus Station Tel Aviv
Written by: Ayelet Dekel
TCM Festival (an acronym for Tahana Merkazit – Central Bus Station) is an indie music festival for the people, by the people. Bringing it all back home, the festival will open the Jewish New Year on September 17, 2012 with a music marathon on the roof of the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv, looking out on the roofs on South Tel Aviv, where so many musicians live and create their music.
***UPDATE*** the venue has been changed: instead of taking place on the roof, the festival takes place on the 4th floor of the Central Bus Station at the Block Club (157 Derech Salame 03-5378002)
The line-up is still in the works, but so far, looks amazing: Uzi Ramirez; Acollective; The Raw Men Empire, I Got The Hotties; FunkNStein; Sun Tailor, Yehu Yaron; The Angelcy, Computer Camp, Sadyle, Rotem Or, 1:1 host Rami Heuberger; Aviv Ben Ezra, Liron Amram and more….
As we all know, it takes more than great music to make a great music festival. The young organizers of this festival are looking to you/me/us to help make it happen. Rather than looking to big name producers, they are inviting the people to sponsor the festival – all donations are welcome, from 20 NIS on up. Here’s the link to the TCM headstart page and hear the festival organizers tell it in Hebrew:
Tickets are 90/110 NIS and may be purchased online.