Madonna to preform 1st of two 'Sticky and Sweet' shows Tuesday

September 1, 2009 08:38


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Madonna will preform two shows in Tel Aviv on Tuesday and Wednesday, the final of her "Sticky and Sweet" tour. Tuesday's show is sold out, but tickets are still available for Wednesday's. Police expect traffic in the concert's vicinity to be at a near standstill, hours before and after the performances, which begin at 8 p.m. Police recommend using the Fairgrounds and the Park Hayarkon's adjacent parking if needed. Otherwise, walking to the venue via the park is the best option.

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