Israel awaits Sting's return

It's been 11 years since Sting performed for his fans in Israel, but there is some indication that he plans to make his long-awaited return this June.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 5, 2006 09:53
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It's been 11 years since Sting performed for his fans in Israel, but there is some indication that he plans to make his long-awaited return this June. According to NRG, the leaders in the race to bring the British rocker to Israel are attorneys Chagai Strauss and Avishai Konfeld of the agency Talent Productions, together with the internationally renowned producer Marcel Abram. Sources close to the agency report that a contract with Sting's managers is currently in the works and negotiations are due to be completed in a matter of days. If the contract does go through, it is likely Sting will take the stage at either Park HaYarkon or Ramat Gan Stadium in Tel Aviv.

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