According to the event promoter Live Nation Israel, Bruno Mars’ performance that was supposed to happen in Tel Aviv, Israel on Saturday night has been postponed.
An previous text message to clients on the business’s verified Instagram stated, “Bruno Mars concert scheduled to take place tonight is cancelled. (sic)”
60,000 people watched Mars perform in Israel for the first time on Wednesday; a second performance is scheduled for this coming Saturday.
After Palestinian insurgents from Gaza launched a deadly volley of rockets and dispatched armed men into Israeli territory on Saturday morning, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared his nation to be “at war.” Israel responded by attacking Gaza with airstrikes, and the conflict has persisted all day.
The two sides’ protracted war has significantly escalated as a result of the unexpected attack and the ensuing fighting.
According to Israeli police, there have been at least 200 fatalities and more than 1,400 injuries in Israel. At least 232 Palestinians have perished, according to Palestinian authorities, while more than 1,600 have been injured.
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Israeli police claim that a new wave of rockets fired by Gaza insurgents on Saturday night struck several areas within Israel, including Tel Aviv.