Taylor Swift to take the stage in Israel?

Calcalist reports at least 4 event producers and managers in talks, battle over bid to bring the country-turned-pop sensation to Israel.

February 9, 2015 13:44
Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift.. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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At least four event producers and managers have been in talks over the past few weeks with Taylor Swift's representatives, Calcalist reported Sunday, in an effort to bring the starlet to Israel.

The producers are looking to score a performance slate in the music sensation's upcoming 1989 World Tour, set to take place this summer. At this stage, they have yet to sign a contract with Swift.

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According to sources in the music industry, the highest bid thus far stands at $2.5 million, Calcalist said.

Should talks come to fruition, it is probable that the singer would perform at Hayarkon Park come June, when her tour is expected to set across Europe.

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