Itay Galo

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Also known as
  • DJ Galo
  • DJ Itay Galo
Born26 August 1985
Ramat Gan, Israel
  • Future house
  • Progressive house
  • Big room house
  • Future bounce

Itay Galo (born August 26, 1985) is an Israeli DJ and owner of Atisuto, a music and events company he co-founded with Roy Leibovitz.


Galo played across top stages in Israeli nightclubs and has played at various high-profile weddings in Israel. This includes supermodel Bar Refaeli’s wedding to Adi Ezra in 2015, followed in 2018 by the wedding of Israeli model Coral Simanovich and FC Barcelona footballer Sergio Roberto.[1] In 2019, he was the DJ at the wedding of Israeli model Neta Alchimister to footballer Rami Gershon.[2]

In addition to such events, Galo has also played at various festivals and concerts, including notably in 2015 when he opened for the Backstreet Boys, and in 2016, when he was the warm-up act for Sia (musician).[3] In July 2019, Galo organized a series of large concerts with influential Israeli singers in Tel Aviv, including Ido B.

In 2019, Galo performer at the FIDF event in New York where over $500,000 was raised to support well-being and educational programs for Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers.[4] In September 2020, Galo was the DJ at the widely-reported party organized at the famous Hollywood sign in LA organized by pro-gamer FaZe Banks.[5]

Galo was one of the official DJs selected to take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv.[6]


  1. "מי יתקלט בחתונה של בר רפאלי ועדי עזרא?". mako. 2015-08-09. Retrieved 2021-01-17.
  2. "נטע אלחמיסטר ורמי גרשון התחתנו". mako. 2019-06-13. Retrieved 2021-01-17.
  3. "כוכבת הפופ סיה תופיע בקיץ בישרא".
  4. "Over 1,300 young professionals gather at FIDF NYC Gala". New York City, NY Patch. 2019-12-13. Retrieved 2021-01-17.
  5. "FaZe Banks Throws Morning Hollywood Sign Party with Full DJ Set". TMZ. Retrieved 2021-01-17.
  6. Editors, Time Out Israel. "Everything To Know About the 2019 Eurovision Village & EAT Festival". Time Out Israel. Retrieved 2021-01-17.

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