A new survey published this week revealed that IDF soldiers' favorite artists to see in concert are the rapper Tuna, pop singer Eden Hason and hip-hop artist Ravid Plotnik.
The survey was conducted by Yahad – United for Israel's Soldiers ahead of this week's performances in Ganei Yehoshua Park HaYarkon, Tel Aviv, which started on Monday and will end on Thursday with a show designated for active-duty soldiers.
Thursday's concert will feature Ravid Plotnik, Avi Aburomi, Agam Buhbut and Ella-Lee Lahav.
The famous Israeli rapper Tuna made it to the top spot on the most preferable performance list for Israeli teenagers pre-IDF service, reflecting the success Israeli music has in reaching certain target audiences. Next came Eden Hason, Ravid Plotnik, Noa Kirel, Omer Adam, Avi Aburomi, Mergui, Osher Cohen, E-Z and Anna Zak. Last year, Omer Adam topped this ranking, followed by Plotnik, Hason, Kirel, Tuna, E-Z, Itay Levy, Aburomi, Eden Ben Zaken and Mergui.
As for the active-service IDF soldiers' preferences, Eden Hason claimed the top spot in this survey, followed by Plotnik, Omer Adam, Tuna, Noa Kirel, Osher Cohen, Odeya, Avi Aburomi and Mercedes Band. Omer Adam came in first place last year in this list as well, but has now dropped in both rankings, possibly due to his extended leave from Israel.