Passenger, Jamiroquai and The Lemonheads have announced concert dates in Luxembourg for the new year.
First up will be US alternative rock band The Lemonheads with their concert on Friday 22 February 2019 at Rotondes. February will also see the band, founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1986, release their new album "Varshons 2" (8 February 2019). Doors open at 20:00. Tickets cost €25 and are available at https://www.atelier.lu/Upcoming-Shows/The-Lemonheads.
On Saturday 20 April 2019, Passenger will return to Luxembourg with a performance at den Atelier - following his sold-out show at Neumünster Abbey in 2017. Passenger, the working name of UK singer/songwriter Mike Rosenberg, makes intimate, folk-inflected indie pop. Originally a four-piece, Passenger formed in Brighton, England, as a collaboration between singer/songwriter Rosenberg and composer Andrew Phillips. Phillips parted ways with Passenger in 2009, leaving Rosenberg at the helm. It wasn't until 2013 that a tune from his album "All The Little Lights", "Let Her Go", broke through as a hit in Europe. By the end of the year, the single had reached number one in 16 countries. Doors open at 19:00. Tickets cost €38 and are available at https://www.atelier.lu/Upcoming-Shows/Passenger.
On 2 June 2019, British jazz-funk band Jamiroquai will perform a concert at the Rockhal. Founded in 1992 by front man Jay Kay, the pioneers of “future funk” have taken the world by storm, establishing themselves as one of the most successful acts on the planet since the release of their debut album ‘Emergency on Planet Earth’ in 1993. With over seven albums reaching the UK Top 10 (and three reaching #1), the Grammy Award winning, Brits-nominated band have sold over 26 million albums worldwide and hold the Guinness Book of World Records record for best-selling funk album of all time. Doors open at 19:00. Tickets cost €59 and are available at https://www.atelier.lu/Upcoming-Shows/Jamiroquai.
Tickets are on sale now.