Israeli Performers Provide Free Concert

A group of Israeli teenagers travel all around the United States each year singing beloved songs in Hebrew, Yiddish and English and the Tzofim (Israeli Scouts) will be stopping in Louisville for a free concert on Sunday, July 24, at 11 a.m. Bring your family and celebrate Israel with these young people at this special concert right before the final performance of West Side Story at The J.

The Israeli caravan generates infectious fun as they dance and sing and and before you know it, you’ll be getting out of your seat to join them. Children love to get involved and be a part of their performance, learning their dance moves and songs.

The group of boys and girls, ages 14 and 15, was founded in 1973 to bring a message of hope and peace for Israel to the U.S. Tzofim is now celebrating over 40 years of bringing excitement and friendship to North America.

Monday, July 25, all campers will have an opportunity to interact with the musical group as Tzofim will perform for the campers and participate in fun camp activities with the children. Through song and dance, the caravan teaches Israeli culture and delivers the importance of connection between Israelis and Americans.

Don’t let your children miss their chance to be a part of the show and meet the group in this free concert that’s open to all. Stay for CenterStage’s West Side Story, too, but if you do, you must purchase tickets by calling The J at 502-459-0660.

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