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Britney Spears Israel Concert Tickets Go On Sale — Starting At Nearly $100

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Tickets to see American pop singer Britney Spears went on sale in Israel.

Tickets for the summer concert went on sale late Tuesday afternoon, just hours after the concert was confirmed. They start at nearly $100.

The concert set for July 3 at Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv is part of Spear’s summer Asian tour. The tour is promoting her album, Glory, which was released last year. It is her first tour outside the U.S. since 2011.

Spears, 35, has sold more than 240 million albums, DVDs and singles since her debut in 1999.

She has been the artist in residence at the Planet Hollywood Hotel in Vegas since late 2013, where she performs “Britney: Piece of Me.”

Other big names scheduled to perform in Israel in the coming months include Gun N’ Roses, Aerosmith, Justin Bieber, Radiohead and Tears for Fears

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