Tzofim Friendship Caravan plans US ‘Am Yisrael Chai’ tour

This summer's tour will celebrate the resilience in the aftermath of the Oct. 7 terror attacks and war.

Performers with the Tzofim Friendship Caravan will celebrate hope and resilience. Credit: Courtesy of Tzofim Friendship Caravan.
Performers with the Tzofim Friendship Caravan will celebrate hope and resilience. Credit: Courtesy of Tzofim Friendship Caravan.

 In a powerful response to the war in Israel, the Tzofim Friendship Caravan announces its upcoming United States tour under the inspiring banner “Am Yisrael Chai.”

This summer, the caravan—comprising two groups named Amit and Reut—symbolizing friendship and camaraderie, will traverse the United States to promote unity, friendship, and the indomitable spirit of Israel through cultural performances and interactive engagements.

Scheduled to tour from June 2 through Aug. 15, the caravan will make stops at camps, schools, community centers and various other venues, engaging with local communities and sharing a message that transcends cultural and geographical boundaries. Their repertoire—rich with dance, music and storytelling—seeks not only to entertain but to inspire a deepened connection to Israeli culture and the universal values of peace and friendship.

“In the wake of the harrowing Oct. 7 events, our  ‘Am Yisrael Chai’ tour stands as a defiant affirmation of unity and an indomitable spirit,” Eran Tzivon, director of the Tzofim Friendship Caravan, said.

“This isn’t merely a tour; it’s a rallying cry for Jews and non-Jews alike—we stand stronger together,” he added. “Amit and Reut will carry this message across the United States, weaving a tapestry of hope, resilience and unbreakable bonds that no challenge can tear apart.”

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