The concert is part of Spears' summer Asian tour promoting her album "Glory", which was released past year.
So far, only dates in the Phillippines, Japan and Israel have been revealed, causing the Israeli elections to be moved to July 4.
The singer's dedication to fitness is likely due to her Vegas residency, Britney: Piece of Me, which lasts until September.
As JerusalemOnline reports, the political party has opted to delay its leadership election by one day so that it wouldn't fall on the same day as Spears's concert in Tel Aviv on July 3.
Option 1 or option 2?
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Britney Spears is massively popular.
Rather it is because the Spears concert appears to have cornered the market in security guards and ushers, leaving Labour unable to find staff to secure its election event as well as concern over heavy traffic anticipated from those attending her gig.
According to The Guardian, a spokesman for the Labour Party told the Times of Israel that postponing the election would "make it easier for people to reach polling stations", while confirming that organizers did experience "a difficulty in recruiting security guards".
The concert will be the Grammy winner's first performance in Israel, part of a tour to promote her latest album, Glory.
What would you postpone to watch Britney in concert?