Lana Del Rey's Tel Aviv concert, which was scheduled for August 20 and later postponed, has been canceled, the event's producers said on Sunday.
"Lana apologizes to the fans and those who purchased tickets," concert promoter Rani Rahav's office said, adding that she may perform in Israel at a later date.
Though no official reason was given for the cancelation, this is the latest in a string of foreign acts postponing or canceling their Israeli shows due to Operation Protective Edge, including the Backstreet Boys, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Cee-lo Green and Megadeth.
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According to the show's producers, 10,000 tickets were purchased.