Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney landed in Israel Tuesday night ahead of Thursday's Tel Aviv concert.
He was expected to hold a rehearsal on Wednesday, followed by a short press conference.
The world-renowned musician was reportedly planning to visit Jerusalem before returning to the UK on Friday.
McCartney arrived on board a private jet and was accompanied by a large group of musicians and technical staff.
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