Rufus Wainwright Concerts in Tel Aviv, Israel. June 3 and 4 2012.

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Rufus Wainwright has announced that he will return to give two concerts in Tel Aviv, Israel in June 2012 The first will take place at Ronit’s Farm near Kibbutz Gaash, about fifteen minutes north of Tel Aviv, and the second, at the Reading 3 club in the city. Wainwright’s first concert in Tel Aviv was in 2008 when he sold out two shows and praised the food of Tel Aviv saying he was “eating [his] way through Jaffa”. The first concert, at Ronit’s Farm, on June 3, will also feature a special VIP lounge and exclusive afterparty with a DJ and special guests! The second concert, which was announced in early May, will take place on June 4, 2012 at the Reading 3 club. Rufus Wainright will perform in Tel Aviv on June 3 and 4, 2012. Tickets are on sale starting at NIS 190.

Rufus Wainwright will give a concert in Israel
Rufus Wainwright will give a concert in Israel

Rufus Wainwright Israel Tickets

Tickets for Rufus Wainwright’s concert at Ronit’s Farm in Ga’ash, near Tel Aviv, and his second concert, at the Reading 3 club are on sale.

For the first concert, tickets start from NIS 190 and increase to NIS 500 for VIP tickets. When booking, you might notice a second option – this is for the show and the special party which will take afterwards. The concert is expected to sell-out and, in the outdoor rural surrounds of the amphitheater at Ronit’s Farm, it will undoubtedly be a great event.

Tickets for the second concert, announced in early May will soon go on sale.

About Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainright has recorded seven albums in his career and been nominated for Grammy and Brit Awards. His most famous songs include ‘Going to a Town’, ‘I don’t know what it is’, and his cover of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’  which he performed as part of the soundtrack for the film Shrek. His concert in Tel Aviv will be part of his tour promoting his latest album ‘Out of the Game’, the title single of which is already part of the playlist on Israel’s largest radio station, Galgalatz.

And, don’t believe us about the concert? Check the Jerusalem Post’s breaking of the story here

Alternatively check out other concerts in Tel Aviv that are coming up.

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