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Lenny Kravitz 2012 Australian Tour Dates

Written by John Ritchie on November 10, 2011

Lenny Kravitz will tour Australia in March 2012, which will mark his first visit to the country in over 18 years. Joining him on the tour will be iconic irish band, the Cranberries, and local boys, Wolfmother.

The Cranberries, who are best known for their 90’s hit Zombie, have recently reformed to record their first album in over a decade. The album, titled Roses, is due for release on February 14th 2012.

Wolfmother will appreciate hitting the stage again after a short hiatus, and hopefully we don’t see Andrew Stockdale attempting to perform his rendition of Let It Be or as he likes to call it Motherfucker Let It Be.

Lenny Kravitz wrote some of the biggest hits of the 90s, including Are You Gonna Go My Way and Always On The Run.

The tour will see him visiting Sydney, Brisbane, Wollongong and Perth, as well as shows in Melbourne as part of the F1 Rocks Formula One Grand Prix.

Lenny Kravitz + The Cranberries 2012 Australian Tour Dates

March 17 – F1 Rocks, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
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March 18 – F1 Rocks, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
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March 20 – WIN Ent Centre, Wollongong
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March 21 – Sydney Ent Centre, Sydney
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March 24 – The Riverstage, Brisbane
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March 28 – Athletics Stadium, Perth
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*Tickets go on sale November 16 at 9am

Watch: Lenny Kravitz – Fly Away

Watch: The Cranberries – Zombie

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