Lady Gaga to perform in Israel for the 2nd time in the summer of 2014

The pop star will likely perform at Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park; Justin Timberlake sets Tel Aviv concert date to May 14, 2014.

December 2, 2013 22:33
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Lady Gaga 370. (photo credit: REUTERS/Toru Hanai)


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Pop star Lady Gaga is expected to return to Israel for a concert in the summer of 2014, Channel 2 reported on Monday.

Gaga will be promoting her most recent album release, ARTPOP. Her world tour will start in London and arrive on American soil in March and April of 2014.

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Gaga’s second show in Israel will likely take place at Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv. There is still no definite date for the show.

Lady Gaga, whose biggest hits include “Poker Face,” “Bad Romance” and “Born This Way,” was last in Israel in August 2009, when she performed alongside British rock band the Kaiser Chiefs and Canadian pop-rock band Simple Plan at Non-Stop Musix, a two-day festival sponsored by Pelephone.

Pop music fans will also be happy to hear Justin Timberlake’s upcoming show in Israel will take place on May 14, 2014, Channel 2 reported. He is expected to perform at either Yarkon Park and Ramat Gan Stadium.

Meanwhile pop diva Beyonce, who producers have been working to bring to the Holy Land for a concert, has frozen negotiations on the topic until March, which means she may not perform in the country in 2014.

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