Thurs., 25 July
Doors open 5 p.m.

Lenny kravitz


Lenny KRavitz


Timeless. Explosive. Romantic. Inspiring. How else to characterize Blue Electric Light, Lenny Kravitz’s 12th studio album, which will be released in springtime 2024? Kravitz’s mastery of deep-soul rock ‘n roll is a long-established fact. As a relentless creative force—musician, writer, producer, actor, author, designer—he continues to be a global dynamic presence throughout music, art and culture. Blue Electric Light is an impassioned suite of songs, that broadens this distinction and is the latest contribution of a man whose music—not to mention his singular style—continues to inspire millions the world over. On the album, Kravitz's talents as a writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist resonate as he wrote and played most of the instruments himself, with longtime guitarist Craig Ross. Lenny Kravitz has won four GRAMMY® Awards and sold 40 million worldwide. He was recently recognized by the CFDA with their “Fashion Icon Award” and was also selected as a 2023 Hollywood Walk of Fame inductee.

Nik West


Nik West's electrifying stage presence goes beyond words, mesmerizing audiences worldwide. Renowned for her dynamic performances, she's described as a real-life Gumby on stage, singing, dancing, and skillfully playing her bass guitar. With credits including collaborations with artists like Dave Stewart, Prince, John Mayer and Quincy Jones, Nik West is more than a pretty face. Her musical journey began in Phoenix, AZ, learning rhythm guitar from her accomplished guitarist father. Despite excelling academically and in track and field, West chose a career in music over scholarship offers. Known for her cover of AC/DC's Back In Black, she gained recognition from Steven Tyler and Lenny Kravitz. Collaborating with industry giants like Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard, West became the first black woman to compose music for ESPN. West also created the Bass Domination Course, inspiring and teaching beginner bassists.

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Schlossplatz Stuttgart

The centre

The centre of the city and a beautiful landmark in Europe: Stuttgart's Schlossplatz is a peace heaven in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city. Except during the jazzopen. The centre of the festival is located between the New Palace, museums and city park.


Ehrenhof des Neuen Schloss
70173 Stuttgart

Capacity: 7,500 standing and seated places combined


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