One of the most successful and best-selling artists of his generation, Lenny Kravitz will return to Australia in April 2020 as part of his “Here to Love” World Tour. The tour, presented by TEG Live, will be Kravitz’s first time back to Australia in over eight years!
Show date: April 8 2020.
Tickets: General public on-sale at 11.00am AEDT Thursday 24 October 2019 from Ticketek.
Start time: TBC.
Conditions of entry: Backpacks of any size or type are not permitted into the venue. All other bags must be under 30x30cm. Guests should read and understand our conditions of entry prior to booking tickets or attending the event.
Parking: Parking at Melbourne Park is limited and should be pre-booked.
Public transport: Rod Laver Arena is accessible by tram, train and bus. The arena is walking distance from Richmond Station and Flinders Street Station.
Lenny Kravitz at Rod Laver Arena
Regarded as one of the preeminent rock musicians of our time, Lenny Kravitz has transcended genre, style, race and class over the course of a 30-year musical career.
Revelling in the soul, rock and funk influences of the '60s and '70s, this writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist has won four consecutive Grammy Awards, as well as set a record for the most wins in the “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance” category.
Known for his undeniable, energetic gigs, this run of shows promises to uphold his live legacy yet again. Bringing all the classic hits along with the new music from his most recent album, Raise Vibration, where Kravitz elevates the union of rock ‘n’ roll, funk, blues, and soul.
Receptive to youthful inspiration, but enlightened by three decades of wisdom, Kravitz represents a powerful creative rebirth and a bold, bright, and brilliant body of work befitting of his legacy and boundless spirit.
In addition to his eleven studio albums, which have sold in excess of 40 million worldwide, this multidimensional artist has segued into film, appearing as Cinna in the box-office hits, “The Hunger Games” and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”. Kravitz can also be seen in the critically-acclaimed films “Precious” and “The Butler”.