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Taken from Frenchly (Sep 09, 2021)

Caravan Palace Announces U.S. Tour

by French Morning Staff

Caravan Palace. PhotoCredit: AURELE GUYOT
Caravan Palace in performance. PhotoCredit: AURELE GUYOT

For more than ten years, their electro-swing music has been making the world dance. Caravan Palace is coming back to the United States for a tour in early 2022. They will play in Washington, New York, Oakland, Los Angeles, Austin, Houston and Dallas between January 25 and February 19.

This series of concerts will be an opportunity to present their fourth opus "Chronologic", tinged with soul, hip-hop, and R&B, and released in 2019. "We're trying to get out of electro-swing a bit, which can be very repetitive. We feel the need to explore something else with more pop music, while keeping our coherence with a mix of vintage and modern sounds", explained Charles Delaporte to French Morning at the album's release. They will also take the opportunity to present their single "Supersonics" (2020).

Composed of Arnaud Vial, Hugues Payen, Charles Delaporte, Antoine Toustou, and singer Zoe Colotis, the group became famous on MySpace, before releasing their first album in 2008. Quickly, they tried their luck in America, meeting real success on the other side of the Atlantic (where they sell the most albums) and participating in festivals like Coachella and many more.

Caravan Palace US Tour 2022

January 25 at 9:30 Club, 815 V St NW, Washington
January 29 at Brooklyn Steel, 319 Frost St, Brooklyn
February 11 at Fox Theatre, 1807 Telegraph Ave, Oakland
February 12 and 13 at Fonda Theatre, 6126 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
February 17 at Scoot Inn, 1308 E 4th St, Austin
February 18 at House of Blues, 1204 Caroline St, Houston
February 19 at House of Blues, 2200 N Lamar St, Dallas


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