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By webadmin | June 23 2009
International music icon Madonna has chosen Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park as the venue for the final concert of her record-breaking ‘Sticky & Sweet’ tour on September 1st, and due to unprecedented demand for tickets, the pop superstar will play a second show on September 2nd. The highly anticipated performances will mark the pop superstar’s second concert series in Israel.
Madonna’s music-and-dance spectacle will include a 17-member dance troupe, a custom-designed stage, hundreds of costumes and state-of-the-art special effects.
“I’m very excited about returning to Israel for my last and final shows,” says Madonna. “I know it will be unforgettable.”
Other world-renowned musical acts taking the stage in Israel this summer and fall include the Pet Shop Boys (June 21), Faith No More (August 19-20) and Leonard Cohen (September 24). The performances follow 80s pop stars Depeche Mode’s performance in Israel last month and continue the tradition of summertime concerts in Israel, which last year hosted performances by Blondie, Chris Cornell, Morrisey and Bjork.