No Beyonce concert in Israel, promoters confirm

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 12, 2016 12:06

 
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The hearts of Beyonce fans across the country broke on Friday after it was confirmed that the music superstar is not planning to add stops in Israel to her world tour.

Though Israeli tour dates were never officially confirmed, according to Channel 2, the supposed Israeli promoters Bluestone Group Promotion Ltd. said Beyonce Knowles would perform at Park Hayarkon on October 26 and 27. . However, on Friday, the singer's managers informed Bluestone that an additional leg of her world tour, which would have included Israel, would not be added.



Rumors of her show first began spreading in February, with a Facebook group called Beyonce Israel creating an event for August 3.

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