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Global electronic soul funk sensation, Jamiroquai, announce a string of international headline festival dates. Guaranteed to be this summer's most sought after events, these new dates are the band's first headline dates in over six years and follow on the band's last album 'Rock Dust Star Light' in 2010.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, Jamiroquai have completed reinvigorated modern pop music while also paving the way as chief influencers of some of today's most exciting artists. With famous fans including the likes of Chance the Rapper, Pharrell, Tyler the Creator, Jungle, Redman, Stevie Wonder & The Internet, Jamiroquai have consistently proven themselves as one of the globe's most revered and unifying musical innovators of our time.
With over seven albums reaching the UK Top 10 (and three reaching #1), the Grammy Award winning, Brits-nominated band have sold over 26m albums worldwide and hold the Guinness Book of World Records record for best-selling funk album of all time.
JAMIROQUAI 2017 FESTIVAL DATES
Thursday 25th May Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan
Sunday 28th May Seoul Jazz Festival, Seoul, South Korea
Saturday 17th June Release Athens Festival, Athens, Greece
Sunday 9th July North Sea Jazz, Rotherdam, Netherlands
Tuesday 11th July Firenze Summer Festival, Visarno Arena, Florence, Italy
Friday 14th July Pori Jazz, Pori, Finland
Sunday 16th July Musilac, Aix-Les-Bains, France
Tuesday 18th July Moon & Stars, Locarno, Switzerland
Saturday 22nd July Colours of Ostrava, Czech Republic
Saturday 5th August Sudoeste, Portugal
For information on tickets, please visit www.jamiroquai.com
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