Note the date: Justin Timberlake will perform in Tel Aviv on May 28
Great excitement for the singer's fans in Israel, though it's doubtful whether the seat prices are 'N Sync with the Israeli wallet.
Justin Timberlake will make his Israeli debut in Tel Aviv’s Park Hayarkon on May 28, though you may have to take a second mortgage on your apartment to see him.
The cheapest seats for the concert will go for NIS 370 ($106), rising to NIS 1,450 ($415) for "Golden Ring” seats snug with the stage.
Details of the concert were announced Sunday by public relations maestro Rani Rahav during a flashy press conference.
Timberlake's will be in Israel for only two days during his multi-nation 20/20 Experience World Tour. Producer Udi Applebaum said the 90-minute concert would be of a standard to match all his other concerts during the tour.
It is not known what else Timberlake will do while in Israel.
Tickets for the show go on sale this coming Wednesday morning, though members of Timberlake's fan club, Tennessee Kids, and MasterCard holders can get an early start from Monday. Dial *8780 within Israel or purchase tickets online.