Regina Spektor to play Caesarea show in August

May 10, 2013 11:05


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Jewish American folk-singer Regina Spektor has announced that she will return to Israel for a performance at the Caesarea Ampitheatre on August 24.

"I am so excited to get the chance to come back to Israel this summer with another show!" Spektor wrote to her fans on her Facebook page.

The much anticipated 2013 summer tour will promote Spektor's new album, "What we saw from the cheap seats," and will include stops in Britain, Hungary, Sweden, and Germany, before she arrives in Israel at the end of the season.

Her August concert at the ancient Roman Caeasarea venue which was built more than 2,000 years ago, will have quite a different atmosphere than the first time she performed in Israel in 2007. Spektor played two shows at the popular Tel Aviv Barby nightclub which were sold out in a matter of days.

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