New Zealand singer Lorde pulled out of the concert last June after a boycott campaign and intense social media pressure.
Eleven cancellations racked up ahead of Meteor Festival, but show will go on with close to 50 international acts.
Lorde canceled her show scheduled for June in Tel Aviv after pressure from anti-Israel activists.
A BDS activist called the lawsuit 'a stupid stunt.'
The singer told the crowd she 'can't wait' to meet the Israeli people one day.
BDS does nothing to advance the cause of peace, tolerance and understanding, and actually hurts the Palestinian people.
"We deplore the bullying tactics being used to defend injustice against Palestinians and to suppress an artist’s freedom of conscience."
Youth is not excuse for bigotry.
"Lorde and New Zealand ignore Syria to attack Israel," the ad reads in large print.
People want to make their own decisions about what music they hear and which films they see.