Radiohead's Tel Aviv show went ahead as planned last night (July 19th).
The band announced the Israel date earlier this year, the ninth time the Oxford group had played the Middle East country.
However this date was the first since the formation of the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement, which protests Israel's treatment of the Palestinian people.
Artists such as Roger Waters, Brian Eno, and Ken Loach all called on Radiohead to cancel the show, but Thom Yorke argued that it should go ahead.
Speaking on Twitter, the singer wrote: "Music, art and academia is about crossing borders not building them, about open minds not closed ones, about shared humanity, dialogue and freedom of expression."
The show at Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park went ahead as planned, with Radiohead playing a huge 27 song set - by some accounts, their longest live performance in more than a decade.
The set list features a broad spread of the band's career - even finding room for 'Creep' in the second encore.
Thom Yorke didn't address the cultural boycott, but he did tell the crowd: "A lot of stuff has been said about this, but in the end, we played some music."
Check out the set list below:
All I Need
Everything in Its Right Place
2 + 2 = 5
Like Spinning Plates
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