Following Paul McCartney and Deep Purple's successful performances in Israel, other stars from the past are making their way to the Holy Land.
English hard rock band Whitesnake will perform in Tel Aviv's Exhibition Park on November 11.
The band, which celebrated its 30th anniversary last year, will arrive in Israel as part of its world tour, following gigs in Japan and before heading to Cyprus.
About five months ago, the Snakes released a new album, "Good to be Bad", which was very successful in Europe, particularly in Britain, Germany and Hungary. It was the band's first album in 11 years.
The band members set to arrive in Israel, along with 5 tons of equipment, include soloist and founder David Coverdale, famous for his work with Deep Purple.
The band's greatest hits include "Is This Love", "Judgment Day" and "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City".