J. Lo gets right ahead of Tel Aviv show
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J. Lo gets right ahead of Tel Aviv show

Pop star says she is excited to see Tel Aviv for the very first time this August, when she arrives as part of a world tour

Jessica Steinberg covers the Sabra scene from south to north and back to the center.

Jennifer Lopez will perform in Tel Aviv on August 1, 2019, as part of her 'It's My Party' world tour. (Courtesy)
Jennifer Lopez will perform in Tel Aviv on August 1, 2019, as part of her 'It's My Party' world tour. (Courtesy)

Boosting publicity and hopefully ticket sales for her August 1 concert in Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park, pop singer J. Lo posted a video on Sunday about her upcoming Israel performance.

“I am so excited to see Tel Aviv for the very first time,” said Jennifer Lopez in her nine-second video, in which she tells everyone to come to her party at Park Hayarkon, the outdoor venue for her August 1 concert.

As she said, it will be Lopez’s first performance in Israel, after several false starts in previous years. The show, part of her “It’s My Party” world tour, is expected to attract tens of thousands of people to the outdoor show.

Lopez’s Israel show will come at the tail end of her North American tour, a 25-show engagement kicking off June 7. She will then go on to perform once in Russia and four times in Europe.

The consummate performer will arrive in Israel with a 100-person entourage, including dancers, instrumentalists, and light and sound technicians bearing 45 tons of equipment.

Tickets are on sale on the Leann ticketing website, with lawn tickets for NIS 365 ($102), VIP tickets for NIS 795 ($222), and Golden Ring tickets for NIS 1,205 ($337).

In her two-decade career, Lopez has sold 80 million records worldwide, with 16 top-10 hit songs and three number-one albums.

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