Jessie Ware to perform in Israel

British Jewish singer to take Tel Aviv stage

April 16, 2018 13:18
Jessie Ware

Jessie Ware performs onstage during the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Weekend 1 at the Empire Polo Field on April 15, 2018 in Indio, California. (photo credit: FRAZER HARRISON / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP)


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She's just coming off a high performing at the acclaimed Coachella Festival in California. And soon, British singer songwriter Jessie Ware will be heading to the Holy Land. Ware, a pop and R&B performer, will take the stage at the Barby in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, June 6.

The singer has released three studio albums so far, and her singles "Say You Love Me," "Tough Love" and "If You're Never Gonna Move" have seen great success in the UK. Her third album, Glasshouse, was released last year, and includes a track Ware wrote with pop superstar Ed Sheeran. She also collaborated with Nicki Minaj back in 2014.

Ware, who was raised in a Jewish home, worked briefly as a reporter for The Jewish Chronicle before embarking on a singing career.

Tickets for the show, which are available through Ticketmaster at, are NIS 235.

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