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Avenged Sevenfold during their concert in Israel in 2022
Photo: Orit Pnini
Avenged Sevenfold's lead vocalist M. Shadows

Hard rockers Avenged Sevenfold to play Israel concert in June 2022

Californian band is set to play its second show in 4 years in the Holy Land as a part of their European tour ahead of the release of their new album; performance set to take place at Live Park in Rishon LeZion on June 26

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Published: 11.22.21, 11:51
American hard rock band Avenged Sevenfold will perform live in Israel in June of 2022, the production company behind the concert announced Monday.
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  • California hard rockers are set to perform at Live Park in Rishon LeZion on June 26, 2022, the concert's production company announced Monday.
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    Avenged Sevenfold's lead vocalist M. Shadows
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    It will be the band's second show in Israel in the past four years.
    The group last performed in Israel in 2018. Back then, Avenged Sevenfold Vocalist M. Shadows spoke to the crowd, saying, "this was one of the best crowds we’ve ever played for – we will have to come back."
    The show in Israel looks to be part of the band's European tour, planned ahead of the release of their new album - expected sometime in the summer of 2022.
    Ticket prices will range from NIS 355 to NIS 535.
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    Avenged Sevenfold during their concert in Israel in 2018
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    The band was formed in 1999 in Huntington Beach, California. Although they are not a religious band, the name is a reference to the story of Cain and Abel from the Bible.
    They released their first album two years later, titled "Sounding the Seventh Trumpet." But their real breakthrough came with the release of their third album called "City of Evil" in 2005. To date, the band has released eight albums.
    The Israeli fan base of the band has just over 10,000 members, however, the concert is expected to be sold-out just like the previous one in 2018.


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