Canadian teen heart-throb to perform at Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park on April 14. Organizers expect to attract 60,000 people
Canadian teen heart-throb Justin Bieber will perform in Israel on April 14, 2011. The concert's expected location is Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park.
As reported by Yedioth Ahronoth, seven Israeli producers negotiated with Beiber's representatives. The one who eventually succeeded in striking a deal with the popular singer is producer Marcel Avraham, who was behind the Israel concerts of Elton John, Rod Stewart, Metallica and Leonard Cohen.
The initial plan was to hold the concert at the Ramat Gan Stadium, but the 16-year-old singer's rising popularity promoted the production team to gamble on the Yarkon Park, with the hopes of filling up the grass with 60,000 teenagers.