• Talma Gotteiner

DJobi, Djoba: The Gypsy Kings & Shlomi Shabat in a Spanish Celebration

Hi there!


The Gipsy Kings band is returning to tour Israel with the special guest, the Israeli singer Shlomi Shabat!


The band that became an icon of Spanish music, is coming in its original composition, accompanied by 10 musicians for three performances in Tel Aviv, Be'er Sheva and Haifa. After the success of their tour with Miri Mesika last year, this year the band members have decided to return to Israel and host Shlomi Shabat.


WHEN: 16-18 & 20 April, 2022 in Tel-Aviv, Beer Sheva and Haifa

DJobi, Djoba: The Gypsy Kings & Shlomi Shabat in a Spanish Celebration
Credit top photo: Sergey Demyanchuk. Credit bottom photo: Gavriel Baharliya

As part of the collaboration, the members of the Gypsy Kings have decided to record an international Spanish version of Shlomi's hit "Veani Shar" (i.e. "And I Sing"). The song captured the radio stations and playlists in Israel and for five weeks was the song most played in Israel.


The Gipsy Kings, renewed the South American song "Bamboléo" in 1980, which became a worldwide hit and in the same year recorded the album "Gipsy Kings" which sold millions of copies worldwide. Among the band's best-known hits are: "Djobi, Djoba", "Volaré!" a cover song for Domenico Modugno, "Un Amor" and the renowned cover of the Eagles' hit "Hotel California."


In this tour they will be performing with Shlomi Shabat, one of the most valued and important artists in Israeli music.


TICKETS:

April 16, 2022 - Omer Amphitheater

April 17-18, 2022 - Tel Aviv Culture Hall

April 20, 2022 - Haifa Convention Center


Ticket prices - starting at 199 NIS


Ticket Purchase:

*8780 for Tel-Aviv or Haifa or through the Leaan English Website

*8949 for Beer Sheva or through the Ticket4u Website


Best,

Talma


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