Lenny Kravitzon the occasion of the 20th anniversary of his career and following the success of his 2008 world tour, he will be in Italy for two new concerts, the 3 June in the Certosa Reale Park in Turin and 5 June at the Palalottomatica in Rome.
Lenny Kravitz's return to Italy, where last year he played as part of the Milano Jazzin' Festival and the Pistoia Blues Festival, is highly anticipated. In 2009, the artist celebrates 20 years of success, which began in 1989 with the explosive release of 'Let Love Rule'.An album full of funky and soulful, yet distinctly rock, influences, the first single, Mr Cab Driver, heralded the birth of a star who would dominate the charts in the following decade and beyond.
Nine albums later, all of which have been certified multi-platinum, Lenny Kravitz is recognised as one of the most important and eclectic artists of his generation, even by his own colleagues who, over the years, have worked with him as a composer, musician and producer. Madonna, Jay Z, Aerosmith and Alicia Keys.
The latest album, "It's Time For A Love Revolution". (2008, Capitol) has been positively hailed by critics as a return to the musical approach of the first 'Let Love Rule', to which it is ideally linked from the title.
Lenny Kravitz remains the best interpreter of rock contaminated by black music, one of the most sincere performers, who gives his best on stage, accompanied by musicians of the highest level. On 3 June in Turin, where Lenny has never played a concert before, and on 5 June in Rome, where his only live show dates back to 2002.within a festival, will again be an experience between guts and passion.
Tickets on sale at Ticketone.co.uk and then in the points of sale of the circuits Ticketone, HelloTicket, Biglietteria Point and Barley Arts usual presales.
Turinsingle seat € 32 + prev.
RomeNumbered grandstand A € 50 + prev.
Numbered third ring € 30 + prev.
Numbered Tribune B € 45 + prev.
I°-II°-III° ring side visibility 30 + prev
Unnumbered Parterre € 40 + prev