All 47,000 tickets sold for Leonard Cohen concert

Tickets went on sale Saturday night.

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August 3, 2009 12:32
All 47,000 tickets sold for Leonard Cohen concert

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All 47,000 tickets available for the September 24 Leonard Cohen concert at Ramat Gan Stadium have been sold, according to the show's spokesperson Ronit Arbel. Half of the tickets were sold through ticket agencies. The remaining tickets, which were only available through Bank Discount offers to the bank's customers, were selling at a rate of 2,000 per hour, and sold out by midday Sunday. Tickets went on sale Saturday night.

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