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This evening, Noa Kirel's first of two performances is expected to take place at Yarkon Park. About 65,22 people are expected to arrive at the park in Tel Aviv and the police are preparing for the huge show with increased forces. The police said that as of 30:<> P.M., the following roads will be closed to private vehicles: the Rokach interchange from the north and south, the Exhibition Center interchange and Rokach Boulevard from Shitrit Street to Yeruham Meshel Street in both directions.
The police also said that ahead of and during the performance, traffic congestion is expected in the Yarkon Park area and its environs, and drivers are advised to use alternative routes and not reach the area, especially on Rokach and Ayalon roads as main routes leading to the events. Visitors to the show are advised to arrive at the venue by public transport and Israel Railways and get off at the university station near Yarkon Park. At the end of the show, train traffic will be increased from the Tel Aviv University Station (details) Those who do arrive by private car are advised to park in the Ganei Yehoshua parking lots, the Convention Center, Hadar Yosef Athletic Center, Refidim, Drive-In, Ayalon Mall, Reading, Cypress University parking lots and property and the tennis parking lot.
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Yesterday, the production of Kyrell's show reported that all tickets for both shows - tonight and Saturday night - are sold out. According to the production announcement, Kirel's two shows in Yarkon Park will be attended by 130,000 people and will be the largest performances ever by an Israeli artist." In tonight's show, Kyrell is expected to host Eleni Foureira, who won second place in the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, and Odia.
At a press conference held on the morning of the announcement of the show two months ago, Kyrell was asked what she learned from her previous show at the park, exactly a year ago: "The main thing I learned from the last time I performed in the park is that I am capable of it. I proved to myself that I can and now I can take it to the next level and make it bigger and better."
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