''I'm very excited to return to Israel for my last show''

Posted by Sylar On Monday, June 01, 2009
Madonna will perform in Israel as part of her world "Sticky and Sweet" tour, it was officially announced on Monday.
The Queen of Pop will give a single show on September 1 at Tel Aviv's Ganei Yehoshua to promote her latest album Hard Candy.
Tickets will go on sale on the Netvision Web site (www.013netvision.net.il) on June 3. Regular tickets will be priced at NIS 490, while tickets in two special VIP sections will be NIS 1,500-2,500.
A special stage will be built at the 66,000 capacity venue for Madonna and her 17 dancers, while British record producer and DJ Paul Oakenfold will be performing as a special guest.
The tour began in August 2008 in Wales and was meant to end in Bulgaria on August 28, 2009.
However, Madonna received an offer by promoter Shuki Weiss and Live Nation to extend her tour for a performance in Israel, her 86th and final leg of the tour.
It will mark Madonna's second performance in Israel following her 1993 show in Tel Aviv.
The entertainer's last trip to Israel came two years ago when she was hosted by the Kaballah Center along with then-husband Guy Ritchie.
"I'm very excited to return to Israel for my last show," said Madonna at a press conference Monday. "I know that it will be unforgettable."

From The Jerusalem Post.

5 Responses to "''I'm very excited to return to Israel for my last show''"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Didn't she performed in Israel in 2004??? During her Re-invention Tour I mean...


  2. Anonymous Said,

    ^ Nope, she just visited there after the tour.

    Now, I really think that the DVD should be the israel show...


  3. Madonnaboy Said,

    a very bad development


  4. Anonymous Said,

    i couldn't care less...is it a bit dangerous there? hope all will be okay for her performance.

    why didn't she play a couple of U.S. dates???????


  5. Anonymous Said,


    This was the exciting secret location for a tour stop? Australia misses out yet again...


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