Young adults affiliated with the Likud Party attended a dance party at Tel Aviv's Reading 3 concert venue on Sunday evening. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke at the event, as did Deputy Minister Gila Gamliel.
Approximately 1,000 people attended the event. DJ Erez Goldstein spun a mix of modern dance and club songs as well as popular Mizrachi style Israeli tunes and classic 1970's Hebrew hits. As people danced, they waved light-up flashing sticks.
Inside the club, people chanted, sang and cheered when the Prime Minister arrived on the stage. Several other Knesset Ministers and Members of Knesset attended including MK Ofir Akunis and Education Minister Gideon Saar.
Flyers distributed at the event listed the government's accomplishments over the past four years in the areas of economy, environment, and education. The flyers, as well as the Prime Minister, urged the crowd not to vote for smaller parties.
Netanyahu stated, "It's not every day that a Prime Minister can put on jeans and come out to party in Tel Aviv. I'm glad to see over a thousand young people from all over the country."
Elections are scheduled for January 22nd.
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All photos by Ben Bresky.