New Zealand Pop icon set to perform in Israel in 2018

December 20, 2017 by Keren Cook
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New Zealand pop icon Lorde will play one concert in Tel Aviv next year.

Lorde Photo: Facebook

The Kiwi Songstress is one of the worlds most successful and esteemed pop artists and will give a single performance on June 5, 2018, at the Tel Aviv Convention Center.

The pre-sale price of tickets will be NIS 289 (about $82), but will be on the rise, later increasing to NIS 319. Lorde will be on tour promoting her upcoming album “Melodrama,” to be released next summer.

The New Zealand talent first made her mark in 2013, at only 17 years of age. Her debut was the hit single “Royals.” The song won Lorde two Grammies as well as MTV and Brit awards.

“Royals” also enabled Lorde to become the youngest singer in 30 years to have a number one song on the American Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it firmly stayed on top for nine consecutive weeks.

Lorde’s debut album “Pure Heroine,” was critically acclaimed and included well known songs like “Team”, “Glory and Gore,” “Ribs” to name a few. Her second album was released in June this year, and featured catchy songs like “Perfect Places”, “Green Light” and more.

Lorde was also given the opportunity to perform the theme song for the hit movie “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” and is nominated for the upcoming 2018 Grammies, – the ceremony will be next month on January 28.

Lordes’ real name is Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor. We know the artist by her preferred stage name – Lorde.

The upcoming concert in Tel Aviv will be produced by the Naranjah production company, which has bought several other acts such as: alt-J, Pete Doherty, Tame Impala and Radiohead to Israel.

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