YOUNGARY at the Cuckoo's Nest

Part of the Hungarian Cultural Year in Israel

Pop-music, prose, exhibitions and installations by contemporary Hungarian artists

Straight from the nightlife of Budapest, the successful Ruin Bar scene is landing in Tel-Aviv's Cuckoo's Nest bar, in collaboration with kicking pubs form the Hungarian capital. As part of the international theatre festival Jaffa Fest, the Cuckoo's Nest will become an Isra-Hungarian Ruin Bar, which will unite contemporary Hungarian artists, D.Js and young pop singers under the name Youngary. Together with the festivalgoers, we will celebrate Tel-Aviv's nightlife with a unique Hungarian charm. During the festival, an extended menu of Hungarian culinary and alcoholic treats will be served.

 

Detailed program: cuckoosnest.co.il

 

Timeline:

 

Platon Karataev Duo is a Budapest-based indie folk band. Their 2017 debut album, ‘For Her’, received positive feedback in Hungary and abroad.
June 15, 16

 

Szabolcs Czeglédi aka. Szasza is the manager, singer-songwriter and frontman of Run Over Dogs, he toured Europe and the US.
June 17, 18

Márton Hangácsi is an old-school representative of lonely street music. He sings and plays a unique guitar using a line of pedalboards.
June 19, 22

 

OHNODY Duo - the project of singer-songwriter Dóri Hegyi. The duo's songs Ilustrate emotional, romantic and sexual tentions between people.
June 23, 24

 

Szeder Duo - Krisztina Szeder-Szabó has been writing music since she turned fourteen, and formed ‘Szeder’ when she was still very young. In Tel-Aviv she will perform with violin player Árpád Szabó.
June 25, 26

 

Olivér Lee is known from bands such as ‘Ék’ or ‘Trillion’ but he also accompanied András Kállay-Saunders, Intim Torna Illegál, Anna and the Barbies and toured with Deep Purple.
June 29, 30

 

Platon Karataev Duo

 

 

 

Szabolcs Czeglédi aka. Szasza

 

 

 

OHNODY Duo 

 

 

 

Szeder Duo 

 

 

 

Olivér Lee 

 

Free entrance

Dates:

June 15-30

Location:

Cuckoo's Nest