Lenny Kravitz to star at Monte-Carlo Summer Festival

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American rocker Lenny Kravitz will be breaking up his global tour with two much-awaited gigs in Monaco this summer as part of the Monte-Carlo Summer Festival. 

Lenny Kravitz hit the American rock scene in 1989 with his debut album, Let Love Rule. The album was a massive success and spawned several hit singles, including the title track and I Build This Garden For Us, leading him to a career in music that has now spanned 35 years. In that time, he has earned four Grammy Awards, claimed a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and sold 40 million records worldwide.  

Notable for his smooth singing voice and rousing execution, the singer-songwriter has proven that he has still ‘got it’ at 60 years of age with the release of his latest album, Blue Electric.

Currently on tour and busy promoting his 12th studio album, Kravitz’s visit to Monaco will see him perform a number of his newer tracks along with some of his most famous hits over two nights – 15th and 16th August – at the Salle des Étoiles.  

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Unlike most concerts on the Monte-Carlo Summer Festival programme, neither of the Lenny Kravitz concerts will be accompanied by a dinner. Nor will there be any assigned seating, allowing fans to soak up his energetic performances while dancing the evening away freely.  

Tickets begin at €220 per person. For further information and reservations, click here 

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