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Israeli pop artist Omer Adama reacted to the social media storm generated by his “disappointing” performance in Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park.
Adam claims he was forced to cut short the performance because of a law requiring all noise to be stopped at 11 p.m. and because he did not want to disturb those living around the park people.
The singer promised: “Together with my team, we decided:” We will open some of our shows (which – we will announce later) for everyone who was disappointed (and also for those who were not disappointed ) performance in Yarkon Park, and give them free tickets".
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