“Citizens and Israeli artists deserve to return to a routine that allows everyone some fun, and some rest, in a period such as this,” said KKL-JNF Chairman, Daniel Atar.
The amphitheater, with the ability to seat hundreds of audience members, will be set up outdoors, and will have seating set up in the form of capsules that can hold up to ten people who have signed up as a group.
The capsule design allows for audience members to watch a live performance while still maintaining Health Ministry regulations. Additionally, food and drink will be made available for customers to take away, at specific stands located throughout the complex.
The first event will take place in August, in KKL-JNF’s new complex, and tickets will be sold on a donation basis.