Legendary rock star Jon Bon Jovi returns to Israel and will play in Tel Aviv once again to the chagrin of the notorious BDS stooge & musician, Roger Waters.
By Elad Benari
Bon Jovi will perform in Israel next summer, Haaretz reported on Tuesday.
The planned date for the performance, July 25, 2019, was revealed by accident in a newsletter the American rock band sent to fans. It will take place at the Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv, according to the report.
Bon Jovi performs Live In Tel Aviv Israel, 03-10-2015 – Screenshot: YouTube
It will cost some $2.4 million to bring the group to Israel, according to the Channel 12 TV entertainment show “Good Night with Guy Pines.”
The performance will mark the second time that Bon Jovi has performed in Israel in recent years. Continue Reading »
Israeli fans of Bryan Adams were undoubtedly in Heaven on Monday night at the Menorah Mivtachim Arena in Tel Aviv.
The Canadian rocker belted out hit after hit to the sold out crowd of 12,000 strong who sang along to every word. Monday night was the first of three shows for Adams – a second is slated for Tel Aviv Tuesday and a third in Jerusalem’s Payis Arena on Wednesday. Continue Reading »
In what may be Steven Tyler’s final tour as lead singer, the legendary rock band, Aerosmith will perform once again at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park.
By Raz Shechnik
Aerosmith, one of the most successful rock bands in history, has closed on a deal to perform at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park in May 2017, in what may be the last tour of lead singer Steven Tyler’s career as lead singer of the band.
As reported by Ran Boker and Ami Friedman of Ynet’s sister publication Yedioth Ahronoth, Aerosmith has been in advanced talks in recent months with Israeli producers.
Aerosmith Live in Buenos Aires Elby 2007 – Photo: Wikimedia Commons
The final contract was signed in the last few days and an official announcement on ticket sales is expected in the coming days. Continue Reading »
Australian singer Sia, American rapper Pharrell Williams and the electronic duo the Chemical brothers have all announced they will be performing in Israel, not to mention pop sensation Rihanna, has expressed a desire to return.
By Raz Shechnik and Amit Friedman
The summer of 2016 is shaping up in terms of musical acts, as performer upon performer begin sending out official confirmations of their shows in Israel.
Sia performing at South by South West in 2008. – Photo: Kris Krug/Wikipedia
First among equals is the Australian Sia, who is due to perform on August 11 at Yarkon Park. Continue Reading »
Veiled in secrecy, but finally confirmed Thursday, one of the music world’s hottest superstars has scheduled 2 shows in Tel Aviv for early August.
By Ami Friedman
Superstar Beyoncé is set to play two concerns in Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park early this August, it was confirmed on Thursday.
Despite an agreement between the Israeli production company and the singer’s representatives, officials at the company denied that there was any signed contract.
Rumors and speculation swirled over the possible concert on Tuesday, when official dates for Beyoncé’s international tour were published on her website, including an August show at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park. Continue Reading »
5-time Grammy Award winner brings Las Vegas-style show, featuring her pop, R&B, and soul hits, leaving crowd wanting more, while delighting her fans by speaking Hebrew between songs.
By Aharon Lapidot
Five-time Grammy Award winner singer Mariah Carey took the stage at the Live Park Amphitheater in Rishon Lezion, in central Israel, Tuesday, and gave audiences a performance to remember for years to come.
Mariah Carey at the Live Park Amphitheater, Israel – Photo: Gideon Markowicz
Carey offered up a polished, Las Vegas-style show, complete with her amazing, five-octave vocal range, a golden microphone, and an array of stunning outfits.
If Lady Gaga lives for “Applause,” as she sings, then she got one hell of a life force coming from the crowd in Tel Aviv Saturday night – and the pop star certainly reciprocated.
Lady Gaga with Tony Bennett Israel Concert, 13 Sept 2014, ArtRAVE Live – YouTube Screenshot
An adrenaline shot laced with Gaga’s brand of insanity and sex appeal was exactly what Israel’s “non-stop city” needed, in the first major concert by an international act after a summer in which rockets from Gaza forced it to take a couple of naps and cancel performances by acts like Neil Young, the Backstreet Boys, and Lana del Rey. Continue Reading »
Neil Young, Canada’s rock legend, was forced to cancel his Thursday’s Tel Aviv performance due to Israel Police’s decision based on the lack of public safety during Hamas’ ongoing rocket fire from Gaza.
By Ami Friedman
Legendary Canadian musician Neil Young’s concert in Israel, which was scheduled to take place at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park on July 17, has been canceled by the Israeli authorities due to the IDF’s operation in Gaza and the ongoing rocket fire from the Strip.
Neil Young – Photo: Reuters
“It is with deep regret that we are forced to announce the cancellation of the Neil Young and Crazy Horse show,
which was planned for this Thursday at Yarkon Park,” the Shuki Weiss production company said in a statement Sunday morning. Continue Reading »
“You can’t always get what you want,” goes the classic Rolling Stones song. But when it comes to their June 4 concert in Israel, the British rock legends have certainly come close, with a guarantee of $6.7 million for that one performance.
Promoter Shuki Weiss, who has reportedly said in the past that he would retire after bringing the Stones to Israel, beat other promoters to the punch by guaranteeing the astronomical sum, according to Israel’s Channel 2.
No matter how many tickets are sold, the Stones will earn $6.7 million for this single appearance at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv.
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