Groove Attack 10 Years Anniversary

Groove Attack 10 Years Anniversary

כבר עשור שגרוב אטאק עושה את הבלתי יאומן ומצליחה פעם אחר פעם לאפשר את הקסם הזה שיודע להביא כל כך הרבה ריפוי ושחרור לכל כך הרבה אנשים בלי הבדל דת, גזע ומין.

עשר שנים של התמדה ולמידה, אינסוף רגעי משבר וזיכרונות מתוקים המעלים ומציפים ברגע את הכל… מימי הגלבוע הנועזים דרך מסיבת הבוץ הבלתי נשכחת בבית עובד ועד למסורת שלנו בסוכות ופורים. גרמנו לזה שוב ושוב לקרות ובגדול וזה הכל בשבילכם!

התחלנו כגוף שפועל בשם המוזיקה וכך נישארנו. מטכנו לגליץ׳ וכמובן טראנס, הענקנו את הבמה לארסנל עצום של אומנים, מובילים ומתחילים כאחד, להביא את מתנתם לרחבות מושקעות ומרגשות עם קהל צבעוני ושמח במיוחד.

לכם הקהל המלווה אותנו בכל השנים מגיעה כל התודה.
לגרעין הגרובי שלא משנה מה כל פעם מחדש עושה לנו רחבה שכולה לב אחד ענקי. תודה שעזרתם לנו להפיץ את הבשורה ונתתם את הלב 24/7 באהבה כזו גדולה. זה אף פעם לא יהיה לנו מובן מאליו.

אחד הדברים שמייחדים את הגרוב זה הלוקיישנים המטורפים שאיכשהו אנחנו מצליחים כל פעם מחדש לאתר. כמובן שלא חיכינו שהם יפלו עלינו מהשמיים וזו היתה תמיד מלאכה מאתגרת במיוחד.

כל כך הרבה אלמנטים עושים את מה שעל פניו ניראה כה פשוט לעבודה מורטת עצבים, והגמול תמיד התעלה מעל הכל והשאיר אותנו מודהמים.

קצת חפרנו אנחנו יודעים אבל תנו לנו אנחנו קצת מתרגשים:)

משפחת גרוב אטאק פה בשביל להישאר ואנחנו כאן כדי לקדם ערכים של אהבה לזולת, לאחר וכבוד לאדמה.
אלו הדברים שהכי חשובים לנו בחיים הפרטיים וכמובן גם ברחבה שלנו.

אנחנו מברכים אותנו בימים של חופש וחגיגה אמיתית של הביחד.
שנלמד להתגבר על רגשות ולראות את הסיבה האמיתית שאנחנו כאן והיא לשתף פעולה למען יצירת מציאות יותר ויותר טובה.

מאהבה באנו ולאהבה נשוב וכמו תמיד באים לתת בגרווווב…

את כל הנאמר מעלה בחרנו לגבות בהכרזת רישמית של סוללת האמנים הראשונה:


לרכישת כרטיסים:
http://bit.ly/GA10YEARS
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חזון ארבעת היסודות האוניברסליים של גרוב אטאק

אש- ואהבת לרעך כמוך

האש מחברת, האש מלכדת, האש מספקת לנו חום ואור רב.
הושיטו יד לזולת, היו אדיבים ורגישים לסובבים אתכם.
שמרו על המרחב האישי וכבדו אחד את השני.
האש בליבכם היא המפתח. רק אהבה תנצח!


מים- מקור החיים

תמצית החיים או בעצם החיים עצמם. שני אטומים של מימן ואטום של חמצן. קהל יקר, הפוסט הזה חשוב לנו מאוד ואנחנו מבקשים את מלוא תשומת ליבכם לנושא!


רוח – פרויקט אנשים טובים

אנחנו גאים ושמחים ללוות את הפרויקט הכל כך חשוב הזה ולתמוך בו במהלך השנים האחרונות.
כל פסטיבל אחראי בעולם מספק פינה של עזרה ראשונה פסיכדלית- מתחם המספק ליווי מקצועי, אוהב ואמיתי לאותם אנשים החווים משבר בדרך. אז אם לבום יש את ה Kosmicare ולברנינג מן יש את ה Zendo אצלנו תפגשו את ‘אנשים טובים’. מתחם אנשים טובים נועד לתת מקום שקט ובטוח עבור כל מי שהחוויה נהיית לו צבעונית מדי ורועשת מדי. המתחם מופעל על ידי צוות מוכשר ומיומן שיקבל אתכם בזרועות פתוחות ובחיוך רחב.


אדמה

החופש לחגוג בין שמיים וארץ טומן בתוכו אחריות גדולה.
אנחנו כהפקה אחראית ולמודת ניסיון משקיעים משאבים רבים בניקיון השטח במהלך ובסופו של האירוע. אנחנו לא חוסכים באמצעים ומשקיעים סכומי עתק החל מכוח אדם מאסיבי, מאות פחי אשפה, מכליות איסוף ועד חילוק שקיות זבל לקהל ועוד. אנחנו מנסים גם שנים לחנך את הקהל עצמו לדרך ארץ וכבוד לאמא אדמה. שינוי לוקח זמן ואנחנו מאמינים כי בסופו של דבר חינוך יוביל לשינוי המיוחל.
ללא עזרה ממכם קהל יקר לעולם לא נצליח להשלים את המשימה בהצלחה! עזרו לנו להראות ולהוכיח קודם כל לעצמנו ולנוחיות שלנו וכמובן לעולם שאנחנו עם בעל מודעות לניקיון ואהבה אמיתית וכנה לטבע.
נקו אחריכם את מה ששלכם…
ואת מה ששייך לאמא אדמה תשאירו לה…

גיל: 23+

פרטים לגבי הסעות לאירוע יפורסמו בהמשך!
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With Love & Respect

Groove Attack

THE LINEUP OF THE DECADE:
By alphabetical order:

Astrix [Shamanic Tales / IL]
http://bit.ly/2SRSJDt

Atriohm [Parvati Records / Macedonia]
http://bit.ly/ATRIOHMGA10

Avalon [Nano Records / UK]
http://bit.ly/AVALONGA10

BLiSS [Nutek Records / IL]
http://bit.ly/2LLl5Pd
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Cosmosis [Cosmosis Music / UK]
http://bit.ly/2GAuxR9
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Filteria [Suntrip Records / SE]
http://bit.ly/2OpY7PP
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Dickster [Nano Records / UK]
http://bit.ly/DicksterGA10

Elowinz [Parvati Records / BR]
http://bit.ly/ElowinzGA10

LarceKosta [Klika of Happiness / IL]
http://bit.ly/LarceussGA10
http://bit.ly/KostaGA10

Libra [Sonic Booking / IL]
http://bit.ly/LibraGA10

Liquid Soul [Iboga Records / CH]
http://bit.ly/LiquidSoulGA10

Rising Dust [Nutek Records / IL]
http://bit.ly/2KbKRsE

Technical Hitch [Alice D Records / IL]
http://bit.ly/TechnicalHitchGA10

Tristan [Nano Records / UK]
http://bit.ly/2On03IH

Union Jack [Platipus Music / UK]
http://bit.ly/UnionJackGA10

Personal Ticket
86$ - 103$

Israel (Hebrew: מדינת ישראל; Arabic: دولة إسرائيل) is a small yet diverse Middle Eastern country with a long coastline on the eastern Mediterranean Sea and a small window on the Red Sea at the Gulf of Eilat (Aqaba). Israel is bordered by Egypt and the Gaza Strip to the southwest, by Jordan to the east, and by Syria and Lebanon to the north. It shares borders to the Jordan River and the Dead Sea with the West Bank and Jordan.

Israel was established as a state for the Jewish people, following the Second World War. Israel is considered part of the Holy Land (together with areas of Jordan, Egypt and the Palestinian Territories). The three major monotheistic religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—all have historical ties to the region. Israel thus contains a vibrant modern history and culture, based in part on the diverse, immigrant origins of its inhabitants returning from the Jewish Diaspora. These aspects make Israel a fascinating destination for many travellers and pilgrims. As a result of this vast mix of culture, in addition to the official languages of Hebrew and Arabic, Russian, French, Spanish, Amharic and Yiddish are also spoken by a significant minority of Israelis. English in many ways acts as second language. Within Israel's recognized pre-1967 borders, about 80% of Israelis identify themselves as Jewish, the remainder classify themselves as either as Arab and/or Palestinian, Bedouin, Baha'i, Muslim, Christian or Druze.

Israel is a highly urbanized and economically developed society and is therefore best divided for the traveler into its main cities and towns, followed by the regions and other sites.

"All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveller is unaware." — Martin Buber
History
While the current State of Israel is a relatively new country founded in 1948, the Land of Israel has a long and often very complex history stretching back thousands of years to the very beginnings of human civilization. It has been invaded by virtually every Old World empire including the Persians, Romans, Ottomans, and British. (Even the Mongols once raided cities on what is now Israeli soil.) It is also the birthplace of both Judaism and Christianity. Jerusalem is a sacred city for all three of the Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Israel has been inhabited for tens of thousands of years, with Neanderthal remains from the region dating back 50,000 years. Its strategic location serving as the gateway from Asia to Egypt and Africa had made Israel an ideal target for conquerors through the ages. The first nation to have influence was the great Egyptian civilization. Approximately 1000 BC, an independent Judean Kingdom was set up under King Saul. The land lay to the south of Phoenicia. After the intermittent civil war, the land was conquered by the Assyrians and Persians and in c. 330 BC by Alexander the Great. A newly independent Jewish state, ruled by the Maccabees, was conquered in 63 BC by the Romans. Jesus of Nazareth is said to have begun his ministry in the Galilee around 30 AD.

Following a Jewish revolt against the Romans in AD 70 the Israelites were expelled from Jerusalem by the Romans, creating a substantial Jewish diaspora throughout the world and most Jews fled to Europe and North Africa. However, many Israelites did remain in the Land of Israel outside Jerusalem for a few centuries, although persecution gradually eroded at whatever Israelites population was left in their homeland. The area was conquered by Muslims in the 7th Century, and the Dome of the Rock was built by the Arab empire during this time. In the middle ages, European Christians invaded in a period known as the Crusades and established a small kingdom and killed off the non-Christian population, but after a few centuries were expelled. The land was then ruled for many years by different Muslim empires, culminating in the Ottoman Empire. During the six centuries that they ruled Jerusalem, Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent rebuilt the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem.

During WWI, Palestine, as it was known, was captured by the British. The British designated the eastern two-thirds of Palestine as the country of Transjordan in the 1920s (now known as Jordan). The British agreed to support the idea of European Jews returning to their ancestral homeland in the remaining third of Palestine. In the late 1800s and the first two decades of the 19th Century, many European Jews fled persecution and pogroms to move to settlements in Mandatory Palestine. During the 1920s and 1930s, there was a mass migration of Jews into Palestine, many of them European Jews fleeing from anti-Semitic riots (caused by political movements in Germany) which would eventually lead to the Holocaust. By 1939 the population of Palestine was one-third Jewish (by comparison, in 1917 the population was only 10% Jewish), but after the end of WWII in 1945, the British did not allow any further Jewish immigration into Palestine, fearing that the Arabs would launch a revolt against Britain's occupying forces if more Jews continued pouring into the colony.

The Jewish nationalist movement was strengthened significantly because of the events of World War II. Many major powers, including the Americans, endorsed Jewish independence in Palestine as the only way to ensure the survival of the Jewish people. The British were more hesitant, however, as they worried about a possible Arab revolt. The Jewish nationalists, emboldened by support from the Americans and the French, grew impatient with the British delay in granting independence and started several armed uprisings of their own against British rule.

After two years of growing violence and terrorism, in the fall of 1947, the British decided to withdraw their troops from the remaining western third of Palestine. The UN recommended that the territory of Palestine be partitioned into two states: A Jewish state, and an Arab state. The Jews accepted the plan, but the Arabs firmly rejected it. Nonetheless, half a year later, on 14 May 1948, the British withdrew and the Jewish nationalists immediately declared independence as the State of Israel. The Arabs responded with a military invasion of the nascent State of Israel, and consequently, no Arab State in western Palestine was ever established. The Israelis won a decisive victory in their War of Independence. Over the course of the war, approximately 600,000 Arabs in Palestine fled from the territory of the newly proclaimed Jewish state. To this day, it is hotly debated whether Israel forcibly expelled these people or they moved out on their own, but probably both occurred.

Following the establishment of Israel in May 1948, there was a surge of immigration of refugees survivors of the European Holocaust which had not been allowed to enter Palestine under the British Mandate government. At the same time, the surrounding Muslim countries expelled most of their Jewish populations, and Israel experienced a further surge of immigration of these Sephardic Jews from countries such as Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria. To this day a large proportion of modern Israelis are the offspring of these refugees from those Arab countries. Following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, there was a further large wave of immigration of Jews from former Soviet countries and Russian has now become a common language heard in Israel. And in the past 30 years, Jews from Africa (and to a lesser extent, Asia & Latin America) have also been moving to Israel in large numbers, mostly from countries like Eritrea and Ethiopia.

After the establishment of Israel in 1948, further fighting continued over the next few decades, and the Israelis won another decisive victory against the Arabs in the June 1967 Six-Day War. Following this victory and again in the Yom Kippur War of 1973, a slow movement towards peace and reconciliation began. In 1979, peace was concluded between Israel and Egypt, and in 1994, a peace treaty was signed with Jordan. Both agreements have held to this day. Attempts to create similar treaties with Lebanon, Syria, and the Palestinian-Arabs have failed. In 1982, Israel invaded Lebanon to dismantle the presence of the PLO, a nationalist Palestinian group that had taken refuge there and helped accelerate the Lebanese Civil War. Around this time the First Intifada was launched in the West Bank, with Palestinians carrying out acts of terrorism that were forcefully put down by Israel; and in 2000, failing peace talks, violence resurfaced when Palestinian-Arabs launched a violent insurrection against Israel, the so-called " Second Intifada". This has tapered off after the building of a wall in the West Bank. There have been occasional flare-ups over the past decade of missile attacks into southern Israel from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip (from which Israel withdrew totally in 2005). Three wars have been fought between Israel and Hamas (in 2008-09, 2012, and 2014) so far, and one in 2006 with Hezbollah. Israel won all of these wars but has been pressured by the international community not to respond with enough force to completely destroy the Islamists, lest large numbers of civilians die or be forced from their homes in the conflict. In October 2015, a Third Intifada began mostly in the West Bank and Jerusalem, with anti-Semitic incitement leading Palestinians to launch terrorist stabbing attacks against Israelis that have killed 27, against a backdrop of over 100 Palestinians that have been killed by the Israelis, with the conflict currently ongoing.

Spring: One of the more beautiful times to visit Israel, as the country will be in full bloom from the winter rains. Hiking, especially in the north, is encouraged. Humidity can reach uncomfortable levels in the Tel-Aviv area in the day time, but evening temperatures are moderate.

Summer: Temperatures in the summer can reach uncomfortable levels. Activities such as hiking, especially at Masada, should be done early in the morning in order to avoid heat stroke and dehydration. That being said, the country offers incredible beach weather in the Tel-Aviv area, as rain is extremely rare. In the north, conditions will be hot and humid.

Autumn: While the landscape will be in desperate need of water, autumn provides similar temperatures to spring. The rainy season will begin around early October, and will continue through the season.

Winter: Rain will be moderate in the winter, and there can even be snow at higher altitudes, especially in the north. Temperatures will vary widely, especially in the south. Day temperatures could provide enough warmth to take a visit to the beach, while night temperatures may necessitate a heavy jacket. As the winter is not uniform, bouts of rainy, cold days can and usually will be followed by succesive days of comfortable sunshine, often allowing summer clothes to be worn. Bring clothing for any weather and any temperature.

Visa Restrictions:
If continuing from Israel on to Arab countries, it's recommended that you discard any sort of proof of your visit to Israel. As of 2013, Israel no longer stamps passports when arriving at Ben Gurion Airport, so a passport stamp proof is no longer an issue (instead, they give you a slip the size of a credit card which must be presented on exit as proof of legal entry - keep an eye on it). Some countries like Jordan do not bother much whether you have been to Israel or not, but others like Syria will show you out on any sort of proof of having visited Israel, such as a product with a Hebrew label. Double check your items if in ambiguity.

Note that immigration officials at Israel's land border crossings with Egypt and Jordan, as well as Egyptian and Jordanian officials on their sides of the aforementioned crossings, often will stamp your passport. You can ask them to stamp a piece of paper instead, but there is no guarantee that they will grant your request (see below). Note that even an Egyptian or Jordanian entry or exit stamp from one of its land border crossings with Israel will constitute proof of visiting Israel and cause the problem stated above.

Likewise, if you are from an Arab, Middle Eastern or Muslim background or if have an Arabic or Muslim sounding name even if you hold a western passport or if you are suspected by immigration authorities of intending to visit the West Bank you can expect to be subjected to a tough interrogation by immigration officers and an invasive search of your self and your belongings. There are a large number of reports by passengers who have been deported and refused entry to Israel after being subjected to interrogations and held in confinement without any explanation being provided or access given to consular authorities. Reports have recently been made of immigration authorities demanding access to some travelers' gmail and Facebook accounts.

You must fill out form 17L including your personal details, and that form shall be stamped by passport control upon entry/exit. The form 17L will not be collected upon exit of airport as it is necessary for the collection of tax refunds and proof of legal entry.

Many countries have a Visa Waiver program with Israel which allows their citizens to visit Israel without a visa arranged in advance. Before embarking on a trip, visitors desiring to stop in Israel on their way to other destinations must check if they need a prearranged tourist visa. The list of countries below specifies from which countries tourists are required to present a prearranged visa. All Visa Waiver Program travelers must present a machine-readable passport at the port of entry in order to enter Israel without a prearranged visa; otherwise a visa is required. This applies to tourists arriving with a passage card from countries with a Waiver Program.

If you're in Israel on a tourist visa (B2) and decide to renew your visa for a longer term, you may do so at the Ministry of the Interior Visa office. In Tel Aviv, it is located at 125 Derech Menachem Begin on the second floor. The office opens Su-W 08:00-12:00. Alternately, citizens from most European and North American countries can renew their visas by crossing into Jordan and returning to Israel at the Arava border crossing near Eilat, or by crossing into Egypt and returning to Israel at the Taba crossing.

NOTE: The official procedure of the Israeli Population and Immigration Authority for requests to stamp a separate from state that if the visitor is from a Visa Waiver program country they will check each case individually (so, unless there is a specific reason it will be approved), if the visitor is not from a Waiver program country the request will be denied, except for a few exceptions (which includes high ranking visitors or clear economic or political reason. In this case the best option is to file a request prior to the visit. Requests from visitors from countries have no diplomatic relations with Israel will be refused (unless the Law of Return applies on the visitor). The local representative of the Ministry of Interior can authorize exceptions.

There are mixed reports about Israeli passport stamps and the southernmost border crossing (Eilat - Aqaba, next to the Red Sea).

In some cases, the crossing can be done without any stamps being placed in your passport (entrance or exit). No extra fees are incurred and all stamps are placed on separate cards given to you by immigration officers. If this is the case, it will appear (once you throw out the cards) that you have never left your starting country. Done with Canadian Passports in January of 2014.

In other cases, the immigration officials at the Eilat - Aqaba border crossing do not heed your polite request to have them stamp only the paper, and instead stamp your passport, which can make travel to some middle eastern countries more difficult.

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    Julie Zaburof

    OMG love this festival i’v been there twice and it’s was amazing. great music and vibes. very recommended.

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