Air Supply ready to get 'Lost in Love' in Caesarea

The band set a May concert date in Israel - its fifth in a decade.

November 27, 2018 11:57
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Soft rock duo Air Supply

Soft rock duo Air Supply. (photo credit: MICHAEL SCHOENFELD)


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Soft rock duo Air Supply is heading back to Israel for a concert next year – its fifth time in just the past decade.

The band – made up of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock – is to perform at the Caesarea Amiptheater on May 16. The duo are sure to bring out all their beloved ’80s hits for their fans – including “All Out of Love,” “Making Love Out of Nothing At All” and “Even the Nights are Better.”

The band was most recently in Israel in November 2016, when it performed in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. The aging crooners also played here in 2014, 2011 and 2008.

This time around they’ve picked a busy week in the Jewish state, with their concert scheduled for the same night as the second semifinal competition of the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.

In a 2016 interview with The Jerusalem Post, Hitchcock said they always enjoy their time in Israel.

“We always have a great time there, and the fans have been great to us,” Hitchcock said. “It’s a beautiful country, love the food, love the wine – it’s a pleasure to be there every time.”

Tickets for the show are available at or *9066, and range from NIS 194 to NIS 654.

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