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Sunday, November 3, 2013

Julio Iglesias returning to Israel in Nov.


Latin star, who performed in Caesarea in August, to come back for one more gig next month, this time in Tel Aviv’s Charles Bronfman Auditorium

Good news for the romantics among us: Julio Iglesias is returning for another concert in Israel.
The Latin star is scheduled to perform at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium at Tel Aviv’s Habima Square on November 24, just three months after giving two shows at the Caesarea amphitheater.
Iglesias is currently planning one concert in Tel Aviv. A second performance is possible, depending on ticket sales.
The upcoming show is expected to resemble the previous one in terms of the musicians and backup vocalists, as it is still part of the same world tour. This time, however, the concert will not include a guest singer as it did in August, when Iglesias hosted Russian musician Alexander Kogan.
The Israel concert will follow a one-month break the 70-year-old singer plans to take from his performances. After the upcoming visit to Israel, he will move on to two concerts in Azerbaijan. In December he plans to travel east for performances in Indonesia, Hong Kong and Japan.