London Grammar to play Israel in May

Indie pop band to rock the Caesarea Ampitheater.

'Strong': London Grammar (photo credit: ELIOT LEE HAZEL)
'Strong': London Grammar
(photo credit: ELIOT LEE HAZEL)
English indie pop band London Grammar are joining the long list of groups already lining up to perform in Israel this year.
For the first time, the group will be taking the stage in the Holy Land in May, when they perform at the Caesarea Amphitheater.
The band, formed in 2009, released its debut album If You Wait in 2013, and its second album, Truth is a Beautiful Thing, last year. The group’s singles “Strong” and “Wasting My Young Years” did well in the UK, Europe and Australia.
London Grammar joins a long list of artists already gearing up for shows in 2018, including Jamiroquai; Ringo Starr; Alt-J; A-ha; Foreigner; Ozzy Osbourne; DJ Marshmello; Natalia Oreiro; and The Scorpions, Tickets for the show on May 29 go on sale Monday via or *9609 and start at NIS 289.