Inner City, the act founded by Kevin Saunderson, will tour Europe as part of a 30th anniversary tour. It’s the first time Inner City have played outside American in 20 years.
With former singer Paris Grey no longer touring, Kevin Saunderson is now joined by his son Dantiez and guests including singer Steffanie Christi’an. After debuting this line-up at Movement in Detroit in May 2018, its touches down in Amsterdam at Shelter on April 19th to begin an 18-date tour that takes in Lost Village, Three Mills and Movin festivals.
Saunderson has announced that the group are also to release new material. He released a statement saying...
“My vision for Inner City is not just to be an influential group of the past, but to become a group of today and look to the future. We have an enormous catalogue of classics from our previous years and now we are moving and shaping a new sound for a new generation. There will always be a place for our music, people will always want to feel uplifted and it does just that. I believe our music has filled this void for 30 years and kept us in tune with the future generations. Now with my son Dantiez by my side we head into the future with great music for years to come”. – Kevin Saunderson
The group rose to fame thank to two huge opening singles, 1988’s ‘Big Fun’ and 1989’s ‘Good Life’.
April 18 | Shelter | Amsterdam, Netherlands
April 19 | Church | Leeds, UK
April 21 | Oval Space | London, UK
April 26 | Razzmatazz | Barcelona, Spain
April 27 | BAAD | Glasgow, UK
May 03 | Les Aralunaires | Arlon, Belgium
May 04 | Les Petit Salon | Lyon, France
May 09 | Musik & Frieden | Berlin, Germany
May 10 | Institut Für Zukunft | Leipzig, Germany
May 11 | Zoom | Frankfurt, Germany
June 15 | Kala Festival | Albania
July 13 | Castlefield Bowl | Manchester, UK
July 26 | Electrico Festival | Portugal
July 18 | Westpark / Milkshake | Amsterdam, Netherlands
July 20 | La Clairière | Paris, France
August 23 | Lost Village Festival | Lincolnshire, UK|
August 24 | Three Mills Island | London, UK
August 24 | Moovin Festival | London
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