Jerry Seinfeld will bring his stand-up routine to Israel for the first time this coming December.
Seinfeld, the superstar Jewish-American comedian who calls New York, home, will perform in Tel Aviv’s Menora Mitvachim on December 19, Israeli media reported.
In a clip showing the funnyman aired on Channel 2 Wednesday, Seinfeld said he would be making “a lot of Jewish jokes.”
The comedian, who starred in the eponymous hit TV show “Seinfeld” in the 1990s, last visited Israel in 2007 when he was promoting “The Bee Movie.” As a teenager, he did a stint as a kibbutz volunteer.
Tickets, which go on sale Thursday morning, range from $65 to $234.
“Seinfeld” was licensed recently to Hulu for $160 million.