Choir of crooners

Tickets on sale for Enrique Iglesias’s fifth Israel concert

The Spanish pop icon recently added an Israeli element to his latest hit with local singer Rotem Cohen

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

Tickets went on sale Monday evening for a May 26 concert by Enrique Iglesias in Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park, a fifth appearance in Israel for the king of Latin pop.

The tickets, which are available from Ticketmaster, range from NIS 225 (for Leumi cardholders) and NIS 285 for seats on the grass to NIS 555 for American Express cardholders and NIS 655 for Golden Ring seats.

The beloved Latino pop star has been on Israeli fans’ minds since his new Hebrew remix of “Subeme La Radio” (“Turn Up the Radio”) with Israeli crooner Rotem Cohen and Cuban musician Descemer Bueno.

Cohen was introduced to Iglesias by Bueno, who first found out about the Israeli musician through Facebook, when Cohen’s manager reached out to him, according to Hadashot gossip reporter Guy Pines.

Cohen and Bueno worked together on “Kol Kach Yafe Lakh” (“Como El Agua”) and Bueno then suggested that Iglesias add a stanza in Hebrew to his summer 2017 hit “Subeme La Radio.”

Cohen appeared in the video filmed recently in Havana, Cuba, singing in Hebrew.

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