Rod Stewart date in Ramat Gan Stadium set

Tickets go on sale Saturday for show by 65-year-old rocker-turned-latter day crooner.

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January 27, 2010 11:56
Rod Steward

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The latest pop millionaire senior citizen to confirm a show here is Rod Stewart, who will be playing at Ramat Gan Stadium on July 1st.


The 65-year-old rocker-turned-latter day crooner will appear in a reduced stadium setting of 24,000, 10,000 in the stands and 14,000 in seats set up on the grass. The prices will range from NIS 550 to NIS 1,000. Tickets for the show go on sale on Saturday night via www.leaan.co.il, on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. at the Leaan ticket offices on 101 Dizengoff or at 03-5247373, with the first 7,500 buyers receiving between NIS 50 and NIS 100 off the full price.


Stewart performed here once before, in 1983, also at Ramat Gan Stadium. While his artistic peak came early with his work with The Faces and initial solo efforts in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the gravelly-voiced Stewart has remained a hit maker and crowd-pleasing entertainer, whether embracing disco or pre-rock standards.

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