Canadian rocker Bryan Adams will headline a concert to promote peace in the Middle East next week.
The Summer Of ’69 star will perform in Tel Aviv on 18 October to raise awareness for a peace campaign launched by non-profit organisation One Voice.
The New York-based One Voice is staging the gig to help collect one million Israeli and Palestinian signatures demanding the two countries’ leaders sit down and finalise an agreement on a Palestinian state living at peace in Israel.
Although entrance to the concert is free, fans must sign One Voice’s petition to get in.
The organisation’s Fathi Darwish says: “Our goal is to send a message to the world, that the Palestinian people love life, and hope for life and liberation.”
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