Leonard Cohen Tel Aviv concert all but sold out

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 2, 2009 14:56

 
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Tickets for Leonard Cohen's September 24 concert in Tel Aviv practically sold out on Sunday, just over 16 hours after they went on sale online. Nearly 40,000 tickets have been sold, with another 7,000 subsidized tickets being distributed to clients of the bank sponsoring the performance. Ticket prices ranged from NIS 350 to NIS 1200.

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