Ravid Plotnik and Tuna (Photo: Flash 90, Noam Rivkin, Noam Rivkin)
Two of the giants of Israeli music, rappers Tuna and Ravid Plotnik, added three performances to their joint show after about 50 thousand tickets for the first three performances were snapped up within a day.
The shows will be held on May 27, 28, and 29 at Live Park Rishon LeZion, while the three shows for which all tickets were sold will be held on May 18, 20, and 21.
This is not the first stage collaboration of the two - they appeared together about seven years ago at Amphi Shoni.
Since then, each of them managed to conquer Menorah Hall several times, and now they are announcing a joint show.
About two weeks ago, Plotnik published a post on social networks in which he expressed support for the protests against the legal revolution.
"A friend sent me a post of an atoning scratch she wrote about, in which she addressed the elected officials and asked them to talk to each other and resolve," he wrote on Facebook and Instagram.
"I am not appealing to the elected officials because I do not believe in the elected officials. I am appealing to us. Because I believe in us. Your faithful servant supports the anarchist demonstrations. They are IDF personnel, veterans of combat units, reservists, men and women, tax payers, adults and young people who give their lives for this country.
"On a personal level, in my private life, I'm going to talk and have an open dialogue with smart and good people on the other side of the fence, people who don't agree with me," he added and wrote.
"How many of you are going to do like me, you maniacs?".