Saturday, March 25, 2017
Morrissey, the British singer-songwriter best known for his involvement in The Smiths, will perform two concerts in Israel this summer.
Elton John wowed the Tel Aviv crowd during his concert promoting his newest studio album,”Wonderful Crazy Night,” on May 26 in Yarkon Park.
Israel finished in 14th place among the 26 nations competing in the 61st Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, which was won by Ukraine.
Eagles of Death Metal, the band that came to international attention after its concert in Paris was attacked by terrorists, will be coming to Israel.
Carlos Santana confirmed on March 17 that he will have a concert in Tel Aviv’s HaYarkon Park on July 30—his first concert in Israel in 29 years.
Barry Manilow was rushed back to Los Angeles after a performance in Memphis because of complications from emergency oral surgery this week.
American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez reportedly will perform in Israel for the first time.
Upon his arrival to Israel tomorrow, singer Matisyahu will visit the Peres Center for Peace.
Jon Bon Jovi said at his first-ever concert in Israel that 'I’ll come here any time you want.'
Matisyahu performed at the Rototom Sunsplash Festival, singing 'Jerusalem' in defiance of boycott Israel protesters who tried to have him blacklisted.

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