Canadian singer Bryan Adams will perform in Israel and the Palestinian Authority as part of the One Voice festival, which will hold simultaneous peace events on October 18 in Tel Aviv, Jericho, London, Washington, Boston and other cities in the United States and Europe.
According to the festival's official website, Adams will perform both in Tel Aviv and in Jericho alongside Arab artists, including the DAM rap and hip hop group.
The event in Jericho is being produced by veteran producer and pioneer Palestinian artist George Ibrahim. The event will take place at the Jericho stadium for approximately five hours.
The One Voice campaign, which was launched about five years ago, seeks to bring an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The October 18 event has been named by its organizers "A People's Summit" and it follows conventions, events and other campaigns held in the past five years.
The Tel Aviv event will be held at the Yarkon Park and will be produced by Israeli producer Shuki Weiss. The performances by Israeli and foreign artists are scheduled to being in the afternoon hours and end at 11 pm.
The Israeli artists who will perform in Tel Aviv include Ehud Banai, Boaz Sharabi, Hadag Nahash, Mashina, Miriam Tukahn, Mosh Ben-Ari, Ninet Tayeb, Rami Fortis and Keren Peles.