Jethro Tull heading to Israel

Frontman Ian Anderson is bringing the band's 50th anniversary tour to Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Jethro Tull (photo credit: LATAM WINDSOR)
Jethro Tull
(photo credit: LATAM WINDSOR)
British rock legend Jethro Tull is heading to Israel this fall. Well, at least one member of the band is: Ian Anderson, the group's vocalist, flutist and guitarist, and the only remaining member who is continuing to tour.
Anderson will be bringing his Jethro Tull 50th anniversary tour to three different cities in Israel in October - Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. The band saw its greatest commercial success in the 70s, with singles Living in the Past, The Witch's Promise and Bungle in the Jungle. The group has long cemented its status as a classic rock touchstone with a considerable legacy in the music world.
Anderson recently announced the upcoming 50th anniversary tour, which will start next month in Europe and later head to the US, Canada and Russia.
The band is slated to perform on October 25 at the Haifa Congress Center, on October 27 at Tel Aviv's Heichal Hatarbut and on October 28 at Jerusalem's International Convention Center. Tickets start at NIS 199 (NIS 149 for Jerusalem) and are already available for sale at