Musical stars from the past are continuing to flock to Israel: British-Irish singer Chris de Burgh, who is most famous for his 1986 love song "The Lady in Red," will perform at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv on March 29.
He is not alone. Canadian singer Paul Anka is returning to the Holy Land too and will perform at the same venue on July 24.
Anka, 72, has visited Israel several times in the past few years, successfully filling up Tel Aviv's Nokia Arena with his concerts. This time he will settle for a smaller venue, and ticket prices will range from NIS 340 (about $96) to NIS 1,150 ($325).
De Burgh, 65, was a huge hit on global and Israeli radio stations in the 1980s with "The Lady in Red," which sold as many as eight million copies at the time. He will arrive in Israel as part of a new world tour, which will include most of his hits.
Tickets will be offered at the Hadran office for NIS 299 ($85) to NIS 699 ($198).