Die Antwoord cancelled their planned show in Israel

By Time Out Tel Aviv Writers
Die Antwoord, the crazy South African rave-rap band, was supposed to open their international tour at Live Park in Rishon LeZion this summer. The announcement reported that the tour has been postponed by two days
The rave-rap duo - Yolandi and Ninja (& DJ Hi-Tek) - cancelled their performance in Israel, which was scheduled for August. Their arrival in Israel was greatly anticipated after their performance in 2016.
The official announcement reported that the ensemble had to postpone the start of their tour by two days - from August 2nd to August 4th - which led to the cancellation of their performance in Israel. The statement added that Ninja and Yolandi "are expected to re-scheduled the show and perform for their amazing audience in Israel." Tickets purchasers will be credited automatically by the tickets distributor through which they purchased, and with the payment method with which they paid. The production company and the band are considering alternative dates for the near future.
Since their last visit to Israel, they have released the album - "Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid" - had a public fight with Eminem, Kanye West and Drake, and released some more weird clips. Their last single, "Love Drug", is part of their future album "The Book of Zef", which is expected to be released soon and will be, according to them, their very last album. However, given their history, it is quite possible that this is merely a publicity stunt. 

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