LONDON—Mexican rock legend Carlos Santana will donate the majority of the proceeds from his concert in Tel Aviv this weekend to Israeli and Palestinian children, he told Ynet in an interview.
Santana will perform in Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park on Saturday, July 30. He is expected to arrive in Israel with the original crew he had in Woodstock, which will number about 11 musicians, for a concert that is expected to last about two and a half hours.
Watch Ynet's interview with Carlos Santana (צילום: דניאל גל)
Santana, 68, was supposed to come to the holy land in June 2010, but cancelled a few months in advance. The official reason was a busy schedule, but speculation arose about Santana caving in to political pressure from anti-Israeli movements.