The Swedish House Mafia perform at a private Bar Mitzvah in Israel [Video]
The Swedish House Mafia perform at a private Bar Mitzvah in Israel
Provide all participants with an unforgettable experience, legendary trio Swedish house mafia just performed at a private Bar Mitzvah in Israel. Hosted by the Nakash Brothers group, this event was definitely one for the ages.
With electronic music playing a stellar role in the Middle East over the years, it has become a custom for private events to book some of the biggest names in our community, to provide the entertainment factor for a particular occasion. . . Realize just that, legendary trio Swedish house mafia just performed at a private Bar Mitzvah in Israel, where all attendees experienced a show like no other, and in fact, creating memories to last a lifetime.
Organized by the Nakash Brothers, an international investment group owned by Joe, Rafi and Avi Nakash, this special event was organized in honor of one of the children of the three brothers, the Bar Mitzvah marking the passage into adulthood and more particularly the child becoming a Jewish adult. Having created a business empire not only in Israel, but also around the world, the Nakash brothers have seen their establishments grow more and more over time, and in fact, they have expanded into various sectors including; hospitality, real estate, aviation, shipping, agriculture and general industrial relations.
As expected, this private event was definitely one for all ages, and what better way to celebrate coming of age than a live performance from the hottest act in electronic music right now. Also present, world-renowned innovator and entrepreneur, Dave Grutman, took to his social media accounts and posted a photo with the Swedish icons as they prepared to perform at the private event in Israel. An unforgettable evening for all guests, it will certainly not be the first nor the last time that we will see big names from our scene performing at private events in the Middle East, and not only.
Image credit: Dave Grutman (via instagram)