Tonight's Lenny Kravitz Concert in Tallinn Canceled ({{commentsTotal}})

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Tonight's Lenny Kravitz concert in Saku Suurhall has been canceled due to the singer falling ill.

“Lenny had already arrived in Tallinn when the difficult decision was taken to cancel the concert by the management team. Lenny has a cold and has lost his voice,” organizer Eva Palm said on Monday, adding that the next events in Lithuania and Belarus are also canceled.

Palm said they are working to find a new date, and hopefully it will take place this year.

Tickets for tonight's gig will also be valid for the new date, once announced, or the ticket will be fully refunded between October 31 and November 21.

The 50-year-old US artist, who has performed in Estonia before, had time to sit down with ETV's “Ringvaade” program for an interview. The video can be watched here, the English part begins on 2:15.



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