Drummers' Beach is the southernmost section of Tel Aviv’s beach, just north of Jaffa. Drummers' Beach received its name because hosts many drummers every Friday afternoon. For decades, a motley group of friends - both local and visiting guests - gather each week for an afternoon of improvised music and dancing. Drummers play darbukot – goblet shaped hand drums popular throughout the Middle East and used primarily for drum circles. Everyone is welcome to watch, to dance, to play any instrument they bring along, and to take pictures. It is a welcoming group whose size changes from week to week, but whose energy is so well known that the beach was named after it. Musicians generally gather in the early afternoon and continue their festivities until sundown.
Drummers' Beach can be found next to Tel Aviv’s Dolphinarium building. It is also home to a surf school. Drummers' Beach is minutes from the David Intercontinental Hotel, Neve Tzedek neighborhood, Charles Clore Park and the Carmel Food Market. A sea side coffee shop is located on the sand at Drummers' Beach. Drum Beach is also home to a long, rock filled break water which serves as a favorite spot for local fisherman.