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Lenny Kravitz will be back in April, May and June 2019 for the next episode of his Raise Vibration Tour. Additionnal dates for the American rockstar will be coming soon.
After several festival shows in Europe in 2018, will Lenny Kravitz headline other European festivals next year? He will be touring in Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Switzerland, France, Germany and Belgium from 27 April until 6 June 2019.
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Some additionnal dates will be announced soon, according to his official Facebook page. Pinkpop Festival will start only two days after his concert in Belgium: he is now a serious candidate for a (headline) set in Landgraaf.
For all dates, see the poster below :
Lenny Kravitz is an American singer, songwriter, record producer and actor, born in 1964. He released his debut album Let Love Rule in 1989, which immediately received very positive reviews. His distinct voice and music, which combine rock, blues, funk and soul elements, contributed to his success. Between the years 1999 and 2002, he won the Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance four times in a row, breaking the previous record. His new album, RaiseVibration, was released in September 2018. Listen to his latest single ‘Low’ above.
Pinkpop was first organized in 1970, making it one of the oldest annual music festivals in the world. The Dutch festival often boasts impressive lineups. In the past decade, headliners included Bruce Springsteen, Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Metallica, Muse, Paul McCartney, Pearl Jam and The Rolling Stones. Pinkpop covers every kind of music from indie, rock and metal to pop, hip hop and dance.