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Thursday, January 16, 2014

NEW Neil Young & Crazy Horse Tour Date: Tel-Aviv, Israel - July 17

Another tour date for Neil Young & Crazy Horse in concert this summer has been announced for July 17 in Yarkon Park in Tel-Aviv,Israel.

Tickets have just gone onsale.

Courtesy of Sugar Mountain, here dates thus far:

2014-07-10, Live At The Marquee, Cork, Ireland
2014-07-12, Hyde Park, London, England
2014-07-17, Yarkon Park, Tel-Aviv, Israel
2014-07-20, Münsterplatz, Ulm, Germany
2014-07-21, Collisioni Festival, Barolo, Italy
2014-07-23, Wiener Stadthalle, Wien, Austria
2014-07-25, Warsteiner Hockeypark, Mönchengladbach, Germany
2014-07-26, Filmnächte am Elbufer, Dresden, Germany
2014-07-28, Zollhafen - Nordmole, Mainz, Germany
2014-08-01, Bergenhus Festning - Koengen, Bergen, Norway
2014-08-05, Lokerse Feesten, Lokeren, Belgium

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At 1/16/2014 08:39:00 AM, Anonymous Mother Nature on the Run said...

מזל טוב

At 1/16/2014 09:32:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

bless you

negative man (Dave's not here)

At 1/16/2014 09:49:00 AM, Anonymous regular stairs said...

Pretty Cool!

At 1/16/2014 11:31:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

I'm sure there will be more dates, lots of gaps there, and it's doubtful that they will bring the whole crew to Europe for just 11 gigs, i'd say another 8 gigs at least will be added.

At 1/16/2014 12:15:00 PM, Anonymous RustyLync said...

Neil, Ride the Horse back to the States PLEEASE

At 1/16/2014 12:27:00 PM, Anonymous Duluthfinest said...

Strange Journey ... England, Israel, Germany, italy, back to Germany ... I Wonder what the Trip to Israel costs ...a Date in france Would be nice.

At 1/16/2014 12:43:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Presumably Neil would never have played in apartheid South Africa so why is he playing in apartheid Israel? He performed at the tribute to Nelson Mandela in London. Nelson hated Israeli racism. The Palestinians have asked foreign artists to boycott apartheid and many have done so. How could Neil not make the connection? For details of the BDS campaign see:

Performing in Israel would make a travesty of everything Neil has apparently stood for in supporting the underdog against cruel and violent power. Lets urge him to rethink.

At 1/16/2014 01:21:00 PM, Anonymous Mother Nature on the Run said...

Not going says that he's anti-Semite. While Jews are in the majority, the non-majority have voting rights, representation in the territories, and are protected by the same rights as the majority. It doesn't sound like South African apartheid practices that Nelson Mandela outlived and changed.

At 1/16/2014 01:44:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Neil played 2 gigs in Israel with Pearl Jam in 1995, so the debate on wether to play there or not, ended in 1995.

At 1/16/2014 06:42:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was very disappointed when Neil performed in Israel in 1995. Of course he can play wherever he wants, but I am surprised that he wouldn't refuse to play in an Apartheid state as many renowned artists have (Elvis Costello, Brian Eno, Stevie Wonder, Pixies, Roger Waters, etc etc).

Both Jimmy Carter and Desmond Tutu have described the restrictions on Palestinians in Israel as a form of Apartheid. In fact, Desmond Tutu is on record as saying that the situation in the Occupied Territories is worse than it was in South Africa.

BTW, it is not Antisemitic to call for a boycott, which is directed at a particular government and not at Jewish people in general. Many prominent people have endorsed the boycott campaign (including Jewish people), especially in response to Israel ignoring numerous UN resolutions forbidding new settlements in areas where Palestinians live.

I hope Neil reconsiders.


At 1/16/2014 07:08:00 PM, Blogger SONY said...

you're all just pissin' in the wind
you don't know it but you are

At 1/16/2014 09:03:00 PM, Blogger Dan1 said...

Neil's a pretty smart guy and is nobody's fool. He's a life long activist clearly unafraid to speak out against injustice. He's aware of the smear campaign against Israel and he's clearly rejected it (both '95 and in 2014).

At 1/17/2014 12:41:00 AM, Anonymous Mother Nature said...


If we held all governments (including UK and US) to the same standards we hold the Israeli government, the boycott list wouldn't be limited just to Israel. Grant it, Israeli government have some work to do in resolving the settlement, but Neil is not playing to the government, he's playing for the people in Israel. Seems to me the UK has some unresolved land issues and associated violence of their own that they've been ignoring for some time. Let's talk about that dirty little apartheid secret in No. Ireland. I understand that both Elvis and Bono have no problem playing for the Queen and her family.

At 1/17/2014 05:33:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It really amazes me how people speak about ''israel apartheit''. Clearly they have never been in israel!
I am living in israel for almost two years now because of work reasons. I am not even jewish. You should come and see how many arabs (or other non jewish as well) are living in israel with exactly the same rights as jewish people, they all get to vote and receive the same benefits as everyone.

And what evere musician to come to israel to perform, is performing for everyone! jewish, arabs, christians, african refugees and who ever wants to go to the show.

So if you people want to criticise something, you should know first what you are talking about.

At 1/17/2014 08:16:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone have the link for tickets? I've searched to no avail online so far.

At 1/17/2014 08:25:00 AM, Anonymous Mother Nature on the Run said...

If you go on Neil's webpage, you can sign up to get the announcements for the ticket presales.

At 1/17/2014 10:46:00 AM, Blogger Dan1 said...

Here's the link for Tickets to the Tel Aviv show:

At 1/17/2014 11:44:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

@05:33:00 AM: Many people support the boycott precisely because they have been to Israel and witnessed first-hand how Palestinians are treated. I'm glad you had a good time there, but your own experience is not shared by everyone.

Those of us who support the boycott can only try to make people aware of the facts, as Neil has said about the oil sands, and let people make up their own minds. Unfortunately, Western news media are very biased when it comes to reporting on Israel and the Middle East in general, so most people have a very distorted view. In fact, there is more vigorous debate in Israel itself about the plight of Palestinians than there in the US.

One good place to start to learn more:



At 1/17/2014 03:28:00 PM, Anonymous Shabbat Shalom said...

Mark, I think people have already done the research and made up their mind. On the other hand, I think these boycotts supported by rock stars are just a matter of convenience. Otherwise why aren't they boycotting allies to the government, too? The countries that are providing support?

Personally, if people really want to support the causes they believe in, they should begin at home with their own government.

BTW, those bar charts on that page you shared look an awful like the disparity that still exists between the economic groups here in the US.

A very apropos Shabbat Shalom,


At 1/18/2014 04:06:00 AM, Blogger MRCC said...

All, hi
So easy to criticize Israel! It's allowed and even blessed! Instead of supporting the only democratic state in the area,! So superficial understanding of what's going on there! Learn first, read more and not only mainstream. You are manipulated by media and your opinions are not yours but those of who is manipulating you.

At 1/18/2014 03:30:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can say 'Apartheid Israel' until you vomit - it doesn't make it true. The term is a convenient brush with which to tar a country that ill-informed people hate.

At 1/18/2014 07:20:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nelson Mandela wa not anti-white and opposing the Israeli racist state is not anti-semitic. It is a state based on institutionalised violence against a powerless people denied basic human rights in their own country on the basis of their ethnicity. To his enormous credit Neil bravely and publicly opposed the wanton violence against the people of Iraq. When the Palestinians in Gaza were targeted by Israel with phosphorous bombs in 2009, were they less worthy of his compassion?

Israel’s occupation of Palestine is deemed illegal by the UN yet the settlements are expanding.

I’ve always found Neil’s fans intelligent, enquiring and compassionate. Please support the campaign to get westerm artists to stop giving credibility to this brutal racist state.

From Kent State to Gaza – its all one struggle.


At 1/18/2014 11:15:00 PM, Blogger Jamie said...

Palestinian civil society have asked artists to boycott Israel as a form of peaceful protest against the ongoing ethnic cleansing (and all the associated abuses), unless their visit is of the form of a protest supporting Palestinian rights.

These people have NOT asked artists to boycott countries whose governments support Israel. Please respect their wishes

'nuff said.

At 1/19/2014 12:52:00 PM, Anonymous The Mother Nature on the Run said...

Civil societies do not retaliate in violence and extremism. A boycott, in this case, does not advance peaceful and non violent solutions. Palestine and Israel need to work through a peaceful solution.

At 1/19/2014 03:02:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Palestine put their own human rights in jeopardy by allowing radical fundamental terrorists sacrificing their own people to religious fanaticism. Any boycott is promoting martyrdom of innocents.

At 1/22/2014 03:26:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so glad Neil "HaKadosh" Young plays again in Israel, thus giving a chance to people from all ethnic backgrounds to see an old fashioned rock show!
Calling Israel "Apartheit" is either disrespecting the suffering of black South Africans or grabbing any chance to to blackmail the Jewish State!
I look forward to seeing the show myself, 'cause I boycott the boycott!!!

At 1/23/2014 09:56:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good for Neil to play in Israel, a modern, diverse, tolerant, peace-seeking nation and loyal American and Canadian ally.

Yes, Israel-haters are quick to invoke apartheid (and genocide, racism, colonialism and every other charged word), but none fit here. Why?

In apartheid S. Africa, a 20% white minority oppressed an 80% black majority. In Israel, and 80% Jewish majority protects the rights of a 20% Arab minority.

In S. Africa, discrimination and segregation were mandatory. In Israel, they are prohibited.

Israel's Arab citizens serve in its parliament and on its Supreme Court. When polled, 95% would prefer to remain in Israel than to live in a Palestinian state.

Invoking apartheid betrays the anti-Israel front's utter insensitivity to those who have truly suffered from apartheid regimes, whether S. Africa's former racial apartheid, or the Arab world's current gender apartheid.

Guys, there's a reason that overwhelming majorities of Americans and Canadians support our ally Israel. It is far from perfect (like us), but is handling its daunting challenges with fairness and courage.

They surely deserve a great Neil show.

At 1/24/2014 12:16:00 AM, Anonymous Mother Nature on the Run said...

ביז הונדערט און צװאַנציק

At 2/02/2014 05:07:00 PM, Blogger david.greenhalgh said...

Join in solidarity Neil and cancel the gig in Israel and write the modern equivalent of 'I ain't gonna play Sun City' You could do some real good that way and I'll keep your beloved records.

At 2/05/2014 12:41:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Neil did a great job in Canada speaking out for the rights of First Nations in Alberta against the pollution of the Tar Sands. But why does he go to Israel that upholds the shameful and illegal blockade on Gaza, the brutal occupation of the West Bank. Palestinians need him to speak out against these injustices. Please, Neil, don't do business as usual with apartheid Israel

At 2/05/2014 08:54:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mother Nature: The treatment of Arabs in Israel (no constitution aside) are not the driver for the boycott. It's the illegal military occupation of Arabs in the Palestinian Territories. And the illegal settlement building and annexation of land that is in dispute for 1) the expansion of Jerusalem taking land that ostensibly would be for the Palestinian capital in a 2-state solution, 2) protecting access to water for Israel only, 3) buffer zones, etc, etc. You're free to Rock in the Free World, Neil, but there may be consequences when that rocking is in a country that denies freedoms and commits all kinds of crimes against another people. If you play you will lose a great deal of credibility, and will have that Scarlet I to wear...

At 2/13/2014 04:36:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boycott Neil Young NOW!

At 2/13/2014 06:43:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Tel Aviv concert date is not listed on the Google concert dates list why? what is Mr Young's press people trying to hide?

At 3/05/2014 04:18:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A lot of you are talking about "occupation" and "palestinian territory".
If those territories are occupied, than from whom? There was NEVER a palestinian country there...
In 1967 those territories, that historicly belonged to Israel for 3,000 years, were occupied from Jordan. But hey, Jordan dosn't want them "back". If the palestinians think it somehow belong to them, so where were they untill 1967?
It's like in 10-20 years muslims will claim parts of London (and we all know that in some parts they are majority already).

Oh, and one last thing... How about boycotting England for occupying Faroe Islands from Argentina? How come Neil Young is still allowed to play there?

My My, hey Hey. Rock N' Roll is here to stay.

At 4/11/2014 05:48:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have all his records. Loved his music since I was a kid (40+ years). The day he performs in Israel will be the day I throw them all in the bin marked "toxic waste".

At 4/15/2014 11:02:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ZioNazism will die just like white minority rule in Apartheid South Africa.
BDS. Boycott, Divest and Sanction ZioNazi IsraHell.

At 4/16/2014 04:44:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very disappointing, I hope Neil reconsiders. Any of us who've lived in the West Bank and Gaza know just how tough it is - and see the boycott as the best way to move the conflict towards resolution.

Neil's well-placed to make a statement that could help in this regard. Instead he's buying the line of a slick PR machine, as if Israeli authorities were treating Palestinians in Israel or the West Bank and Gaza the way they'd wish to be treated.

I thought you 'don't sing for nobody' Neil, but to those of us who've seen what's going on now you look like a joke. Legitimising brutal ocupation.

At 4/30/2014 04:11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope Neil Young does some research and reconsiders the stop in Israel. There is nothing anti-semetic about boycotting the occupation policies of a government over millions of people in the occupied territories. This has nothing to do with Israel proper, nor with Jewish people. I wish for Jewish people to have peace in Israel, but for too long the government of Israel has continued policies to expand settlements (colonies) on Palestinian land, and ultimately Palestine will be "wiped off the map". Playing in 1995 was one thing, at least at that time there was still hope for a Palestinian state. If Neil Young took an objective look at the state of things right now his only logical course of action would be to boycott.

At 6/11/2014 07:14:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Well Well...I will go to the show as I have done for Rolling Stones. There are many peace lovers in Israel who deserve this. My father had to leave Lybia because he was a jew and lost all he had. Jews were in Lybia way before Islam. Many jews that live today in Israel come from muslim countries who forced them to leave. Its very easy and not fair to blame Israel. I dont like colonies and occupation too, but the responsability for the actual condition of the Palestinian brothers is in large part of their own leaders and muslim allies. This is what Roger Waters and all the others dont understand. Instead of developing dialogue, they build mental walls. By the way also in Europe since 2000 years and more there is not too much love for jews. I think we deserve a little thiny piece of land where we can stay in peace love and freedom...and why not? enjoy a rock concert without anyone pointing the finger at us.

At 6/11/2014 07:15:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Blame it on the jews...or israelis

At 6/12/2014 01:54:00 PM, Blogger LaZoyza said...

Dear Mr.Young:

I believe music itself breaks down barriers and as a Canadian of your generation who loves your songs, I'm reluctantly joining a variety of voices in Canada, the Middle East and across the globe asking you to cancel your concert in Israel this summer.
(with another suggestion if you can't see fit to do so).

I greatly respected your concert tour calling for honouring the peace and friendship treaties signed
between the Crown and some of Canada’s Indigenous peoples.

I also found it surprising to see you on the verge of providing the State of Israel a public relations message that distracts from its crimes against the Indigenous Palestinian people.

As you are aware your concert in Israel might be perceived as contributing to the suffering of Palestinians by tacitly enabling the Israeli government to continue its ongoing occupation and theft of Indigenous lands, as well as its violence and oppression towards the Palestinian people.

I realise the complicated underpinnings of attitudes in the world towards the State of Israel, because my parents named me for someone who died fighting the
Nazis in W.W. II. The creation of Israel pursuant to the genocide of over 6 million Jews, mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, grandparents... will never make up for the pain and suffering of what happened then, or the effects on the generations that followed (including Palestinians)and are yet to come.

However, I suspect you understand deeply, as any artist would, that what happened in the Holocaust cannot justify the state sanctioned treatment of Palestinians since. Perhaps this is your moment to create hope where there has been none through your music. I cannot speak or act on your behalf. But as a person of conscience and as a man who speaks TRUTH THROUGH MUSIC, I believe you will find a way to HELP MAKE PEACE BETWEEN NEIGHBOURS WHO HAVE SUFFERED SO MUCH.

Although cancelling the concert in Israel would make the kind of statement to both Israel and the world in keeping with what I believe are your existing values, it may not be the only way if you are truly committed to the PATH OF PEACE AND RECONCILIATION THAT IS SORELY NEEDED IN THIS PART OF THE WORLD AND ELSEWHERE.

Will you take the lead by standing on the side of history that supports the rights of Indigenous peoples in Palestine, just as you did for the Indigenous peoples of Canada?

If you cannot cancel this visit, then I ask you to consider finding a way to offer your music free to Palestinians who have suffered from the effects of
discrimination and segregation in the lands of their forefathers, as musicians have done before you in similar circumstances. I ask you to find a way to make your presence in Israel A TOP NEWS STORY that serves the cause of justice and human rights in a major way, with a major symbolic statement seen the world over.

When the great American singer and pathfinder Paul Robeson couldn't leave the U.S., barred by the State Department for left-wing activities, he sang on the back of a pick up truck to 40,000 Canadian workers in 1952 - at what became known as the Peace Arch
Concerts, organised by my dad's union, the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, or Mine Mill. Paul was known for such gestures and often made his music available for free to those who couldn't usually afford it.

You could do something just as historically significant (or more so) given your time and place in history.

Will you support human rights and social justice by cancelling your concert in Israel and/or by organising a statement with your music that will be "The Rock of Ages" that truly begins a peace and reconciliation process in the area???????


May peace, mercy and goodness follow wherever you lead.


Zoya Stevenson

At 6/12/2014 01:59:00 PM, Blogger LaZoyza said...

Dear Blog Author!

I sent my comments as a note to Neil Young, hoping you might be able to help me by forwarding them to him, as well as by posting my letter.

Thanks in advance.

At 6/19/2014 03:49:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

The illegal expansionist activities of the Zionist settler State in Israel should not be confused with Judaism. The two are not synonymous as other contributors above have implied. Other contributors have also disingenuously referenced the Biblical imperative in an attempt to justify Israel's continued illegal theft of Palestinian land as if God is somehow the Great Real Estate Agent in the sky. It's rather like claiming modern day Italian's have the right to the deeds of my property and land here in London on the basis that at some point in ancient history the Romans had settled in Londinium. The truth is the international community is clear in its determination that Israel's continued illegal settlement programme constitutes a violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention to which Israel is a signatory. If Neil is genuine in his desire to support the oppressed people's of the world in their quest for humanitarian justice, then he must reconsider his decision to perform in Tel Aviv.


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