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This page displays upcoming concerts scheduled in Louisiana. This schedule includes country, rock and pop artists playing at venues across the state. These concert listings are updated regularly so that you don't miss any of the shows happening in Louisiana! You can even find tickets to most of these concerts by clicking on the provided link (note: you will be taken to a ticket reseller site where prices may be higher or lower than face value). Check out the schedule and see if your favorite artist is coming to a location near you!!

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Music is synonymous with the city of Baton Rouge and on any given night, you'll find a music venue in town hosting local bands playing live music. From music legends to cover bands and local powerful voices trying to make it playing the bar scene, there is pure musical talent in Baton Rouge and you need to hear it live!

Famous headlining artists sell out music hotspots like the River Center and Texas Club when having concerts in Baton Rouge, and local bands from Baton Rouge play shows all around the city where you're sure to have a good time. Baton Rouge listening rooms are also popular spots to listen to live music in a relaxed environment. Make plans to come to Baton Rouge for one of the city's famous music festivals , or attend a concert at one of the many events hosted throughout the city!

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If you won’t be in town for one of the main music festivals, enjoy a Rock N' Rowe, Live After Five, or Sunday in the Park weekly outdoor concert…


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Rock The Country is coming to a small town near you. Country superstars and your new favorites, all on one stage. It’s the hottest country music event of 2024—you won’t want to miss it!

The Louisiana lineup includes Kid Rock, Jason Aldean, Hank Williams Jr., Koe Wetzel, Travis Tritt, Big & Rich ft. Gretchen Wilson, Uncle Kracker, Elvie Shane, Kolby Cooper, Gavin Adcock, and Sadie Bass.

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Jimmy Wooten: “Collision Course” Album Event

Built in 1925


The Louisiana Grandstand serves as the newest center for music in the Shreveport area inside the historic landmark building of the Woman's Department Club.

The building was erected at the corner of Line Avenue & Margaret Place in the Highland/Stoner area just south of downtown. Designed by architect Clarence F. King, the building was erected in 1925 as the clubhouse for the Woman's Department Club. The house known as the "Lady on Line" was born of the successful suffrage movement. Prominent ladies in the community dedicated their time & effort to create a club focused on growing educational and equality opportunities for women in the area.

The Louisiana Grandstand theater holds boasting rights alongside the famous Strand Theater in downtown as the two oldest theaters in current day Shreveport/Bossier. The venue has hosted lectures and performances by historical figures like Robert Frost, Katha rine Hepburn and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Today, the theater sits in almost pristine condition with an excellent space for an elevated - but intimate - musical and performance experience.

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Louisiana is an oasis for chamber music and with the motto "for those with ears to see" presents some of the finest musicians of our time: Sokolov, Volodos, Pahud, Midori etc.


Louisiana’s subscription concerts for the upcoming season 2024-2025 welcome a host of world famous musicians such as Lucas & Arthur Jussen, Ebène Quartet, Nemanja Radulovic and Esther Yoo. For more information on the series and for waiting list please contact our Head of Music, Lars Fenger, directly by e-mail: [email protected]

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On June 11 the world's smallest festival (1 concert) "Il festival più piccolo del mondo" was held for the third year in a row in Louisiana's Boathouse with the French string quartet Modigliani. The programme included music by Haydn, Mozart and Schubert. You can already buy your ticket for next year's festival, which will take place on Sunday 9 June 13.30.


For many years, Louisiana has served as a haven for international musicians who specialize in chamber music. It has therefore been possible to create a special relationship of trust and belonging that the museum's concert guests enjoy and that will now also be reflected to a great degree in Louisiana Music. “For those with ears to see and those with eyes to hear” is the motto for these films, which come very close to the music and the musicians so that one experiences the music from within, so to speak. Stéphan Aubé, the director of the recording sessions, aims to convey the music "from the other side" in order to lead us into a special space "that one cannot experience directly in a concert hall". Follow the link for videos with acclaimed musicians such as Lise Berthaud, Denis Kozhukin, Emmanuel Pahud and Christian Poltéra.

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An evening of interpreting Hendrix's timeless songs through jazz.

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Experience an intimate and introspective journey on solo piano.

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Rolling Stones Perform ‘Time Is on My Side’ With New Orleans Legend Irma Thomas at Steamy Jazz Fest: Concert Review

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - MAY 02: Mick Jagger, Steve Jordan and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones perform with Irma Thomas (3rd from L) on Day 5 of 2024 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival at Fair Grounds Race Course on May 02, 2024 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images)

“We haven’t done a matinee show in years,” Mick Jagger observed drolly, halfway through The Rolling Stones ’ first appearance at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on Thursday evening. As usual, the Stones began their set with “Start Me Up” — but shortly after 5 p.m., launching into an early but enthusiastic 18-song set of old hits and new numbers from 2023’s “Hackney Diamonds,” and a couple of local surprises in honor of the occasion.  

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For “Let it Bleed,” the Stones welcomed Dwayne Dopsie, the self-proclaimed “King of Accordion” and leader of the Zydeco Hellraisers. It was hard to figure out who was having more fun with this particular arrangement, him or the individual Stones. The ever-reliable Ron Wood — who covered many bases during the evening’s performance — moved to lap steel and the band gave Dopsie the solo spot; Keith Richards seemed to just barely graze his guitar strings (not that the song needed more) while beaming at their guest. Jazz Fest always welcomes a crowd from far beyond New Orleans, but there were still plenty of locals in the crowd, and there was a palpable feeling of pride at watching one of their own onstage with the international superstars. 

But that particular “one of us!” vibe would ratchet way up with the next guest, none other than the “Soul Queen of New Orleans,” Irma Thomas. Thomas originally recorded “Time Is on My Side,” a song the young Stones turned into one of their earliest hits. “We heard this great song in 1964,” Jagger said, confirming the worst-kept secret in New Orleans, as Thomas was escorted onto the stage and took her place alongside the band. It was one of those rare moments where Mick Jagger was not in control of his stage. Thomas is a Jazz Fest regular, with her shows at the Gospel Tent always a must-see and a highlight of any festival weekend. At 83, she is still a poised and commanding presence, and nothing about that changed because she was now onstage with the Rolling Stones. Jagger mostly provided vocal support and harmony for Thomas’ vocals. Their version of “Time Is on My Side” was pretty much a note-for-note cover of her version, but in a sadly common syndrome of the era, theirs was the hit. At least some karmic balance was achieved on Thursday. 

The crowd was audibly excited when the french horn began the intro to “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” and Mick complimented the audience on their participation at its conclusion. This was the moment when he began talking about how “We’re a welcoming crowd, aren’t we?” and then segued into a comment welcoming Louisiana governor Jeff Landry. “We want to include him too, even if he wants to take us back to the Stone Age,” he quipped, then immediately segued into introducing the ancillary musicians onstage with the Stones. (Mick, next time, consider “Street Fighting Man.”)

Next up was Keith Richards’ nightly solo spot. On this night, that honor went to “Little T&A” from 1981’s “Tattoo You,” in a version that included the horn section. It wasn’t the crispest version of a song that’s already fairly laid-back, but it was late in the set and was likely a casualty of the heat. Keith Richards was one of the few musicians onstage who remained in his full regalia of long-sleeve satin shirt (in various colors) as well as a red knit beanie all night. Richards was grinning ear to ear all night long, even if his contributions weren’t as strong as they’ve been in recent years.

“Sympathy for the Devil” is always a powerful moment in a Stones show, but its intensity unquestionably suffered by being performed in broad daylight. Jagger donned a ringmaster’s jacket that shimmered with blue and green sequins like a mermaid’s tail, but he only wore it as long as the moment demanded. “Miss You” fared better, even though Jagger would have been better off eschewing the electric guitar he dons for the briefest of moments for the harmonica he picked up at the end, at least in New Orleans where a large majority of the audience has genuine appreciation and respect for a good harp player; there was audible applause when he finished. Darryl Jones executed a colorful bass solo on command, with Jagger punching him playfully in the shoulder in approval when he finished. 

Despite the heat and daylight, the band found its second wind in the back half of the set. “Honky Tonk Women” was sharp, less raunchy than celebratory. “Paint It Black” felt fresh and vibrant, and Richards was absolutely dominant during “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.” He always seems to find a new way to hit those unmistakable chords and they rang out with authority across the fairgrounds. It was a moment where you realize you are hearing the person who wrote the song that you have heard hundreds, even thousands of times, play the chords live and in front of you. The show ended with “Satisfaction,” which was full of verve and genuine excitement both onstage and in the audience. It’s the song that everybody wants to see the Rolling Stones perform, even if they don’t consciously know it walking into the concert; there’s always such a collective sigh of, well, satisfaction when it’s performed. 

Setlist: Start Me Up / Get Off of My Cloud / Out Of Time / Angry / Let It Bleed / Time Is On My Side / Whole Wide World / Tumbling Dice / You Can’t Always Get What You Want / Little T&A / Sympathy For The Devil / Honky Tonk Women / Miss You / Gimme Shelter / Paint It Black / Jumpin’ Jack Flash / encore: Sweet Sounds of Heaven / Satisfaction

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Get ready to experience THE Louisiana Hayride Show! Join us for an unforgettable evening.


LOUISIANA HAYRIDE SHOW – Always Something New!

Take a trip down memory lane with this unique and incredibly entertaining musical celebration.

The Louisiana Hayride Show, with amazing world class tribute artists and live band will bring you back in time to when songs were meaningful, the words were understood and the sound was pleasant.

Legendary stars will come to life before your eyes! You’ll think you’re at their concert when you see Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Buddy Holly, Lefty Frizzell, Loretta Lynn, Roy Orbison, Shania Twain, Crystal Gayle and Willie Nelson step on stage to sing their big hits, all in one incredible show.

In addition to these amazing tribute artists and their songs, you’ll also hear classics by Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roger Miller and more.

You’ll hear timeless songs you can sing along to such as Hound Dog, Crazy, Pretty Woman, On the Road Again, Coalminer’s Daughter, That’ll Be the Day, That Don’t Impress Me Much, Ring of Fire and many more!

For those who have seen this production before, the Louisiana Hayride Show is always adding new and fun material to keep you surprised and totally entertained from start to finish.

Tell your friends and family and get your tickets now before the shows sell out. 

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Below is a quick glance list of our upcoming Spring 2024 shows followed by complete info and ticket links

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Chilliwack March 24

Nanaimo March 25

Sidney March 26  

Campbell River March 27

Medicine Hat April 16

Lethbridge April 17

Okotoks April 18  

Airdrie April 28

Olds April 29  

St. Albert April 30

Red Deer  May 1

Leduc May 2

Saskatoon May 8

Regina May 9

Estevan May 10

Moose Jaw May 11

Kamloops May 21

Vernon May 22

Oliver May 23   

Salmon Arm May 24

Lake Country May 25

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Madonna’s Celebration Tour pulls record 1.6M fans into the groove at Rio’s Copacabana

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More than a million music fans gathered at Brazil’s iconic Copacabana beach to prove their love to Madonna over the weekend.

The “Get into the Groove” and “Vogue” pop diva concluded her career-spanning Celebration Tour with a bang over the weekend, treating fans in Rio de Janeiro to a free beach concert on Saturday. “This really happened,” the singer reminisced in an Instagram video shared Sunday.

The Instagram clip shows an aerial view of attendees assembling on the sandy Brazilian strip, which stretches more than 2 miles along the coast. While some fans danced on the beach, others hosted house parties in nearby beachfront apartments and hotels, the Associated Press reported.

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Madonna brought her career-spanning Celebration tour to the Kia Forum for a night of hits, memories and grievances.

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“This place is magic,” the 65-year-old singing icon said during her show, which also featured appearances from Brazilian artists Anitta and Pabllo Vittar.

An estimated 1.6 million people gathered for Madonna’s Celebration Tour finale, Brazilian outlet G1 reported, citing Rio City Hall’s tourism agency. The event was also broadcast on Brazilian network TV Globo. Even before a million-plus fans descended on Copacabana over the weekend, Madonna announced in late March that her send-off would be her “biggest gig yet.”

“The show will be free of charge as a thank you to her fans for celebrating more than four decades of her music over the course of the epic global run of the tour,” her website said.

Saturday’s concert broke Madge’s personal attendance record — 130,000 fans at Paris’ Parc des Sceaux in 1987 — by more than tenfold. Madonna also bested the record previously held by the Rolling Stones’ 2006 Copacabana concert , which drew 1.5 million people.

ARCHIVO - Madonna habla en los Premios MTV a los Videos Musicales en el Barclays Center el 12 de septiembre de 2021, en Nueva York. Hacer videos instantáneos es la próxima ola de inteligencia artificial generativa, al igual que los chatbots y los generadores de imágenes antes. Y la estrella del pop Madonna se encuentra entre las primeras en adoptarlo. El equipo de Madonna utilizó una herramienta de IA de conversión de texto a video para crear imágenes en movimiento de nubes arremolinadas que aparecen en su gira de celebración en curso.(Foto Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, archivo)

‘No Madonna fan’ should expect a Madonna show to start on time. So says Team Madonna

Madonna’s legal team submits a dismissal request in a class-action case about her concert tardiness, contending that a two-hour delay didn’t injure ticketholders.

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” @Madonna makes history in Rio tonight marking the largest ever standalone concert for any artist, with over 1.6 million fans attending as she closes The Celebration Tour,” Live Nation announced on X (formerly Twitter) on Saturday.

Madonna’s Celebration Tour launched in October, months after she was hospitalized for a bacterial infection last June. The Grammy winner brought her headline-generating tour to Inglewood’s Kia Forum for several nights in March.

Times critic Mikael Wood wrote that the singer’s Celebration Tour “ was curiously short on joy. ”

“A pop concert is a theater of personality and craft, not one of plot or character development,” he added. “But a narrative this messy needed more razzle-dazzle.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Khruangbin’s Laura Lee Knows What You Want

On their new album A La Sala , the band gets back to basics.

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Press play on any Khruangbin song and you’ll be slowly transported to an instrumental utopia. Depending on the track, you might find yourself relishing in West African funk, Middle Eastern blues, or Southeast Asian instrumentation. Some surf rock and R&B are sure to be in the mix, too. You might even live out your ultimate cowgirl fantasies with their Southern zydeco-infused offerings. So it makes sense, then, that the band’s name (pronounced “krung-bin”) is the Thai word for “airplane.”

Since their debut album, 2015’s The Universe Smiles Upon You , the Houston-founded band (made up of bassist Laura Lee, guitarist Mark Speer, and drummer Donald “DJ” Johnson) has continued to create a hodgepodge of global subgenres with their music. Their second album, Con Todo El Mundo, stopped off in Iran and Mexico to deliver a smooth, yet vibrant sound. But the last, Mordechai , was a departure from their typical serene vibe (to some of their fan’s chagrin) and opted for more vocals and upbeat melodies.

Their new album A La Sala , out now, shows a return to form. “ We wanted to get back to a simpler and more heartfelt place,” Lee tells “ I don’t want to say that we were lost by any means, but I think we needed to remind ourselves where we came from and why we started the band to begin with.” Fans will be pleased to know that the new music calls back to much of their earlier work; it’s intimate, ethereal, and airy—qualities that they’ve now become synonymous with.

The songs are sure to be a hit on the road this summer, as Khruangbin will be touring throughout America and Europe. And they’ll be joined by a wide array of other artists who are also making their own idiosyncratic and unique music: Hermanos Gutiérrez, John Carroll Kirby, Peter Cat Recording Co., Men I Trust, and Arooj Aftab.

Below, Lee discusses what she’s most looking forward to on tour, her favorite memory from recording the new album, and how she’s evolved since the band’s debut.

Can you tell me about the inspiration behind the album’s title A La Sala , which translates to “To the Room” in Spanish?

We felt like what we ended up making was an album that was really intimate and personal between the three of us. We’re like a family and “ a la sala” was something that I used to say to my own family when I was three or four years old to get everybody to go to the living room and be together. I would just run around the house and scream it. So this felt like that sentiment. All three of us live in different parts of the United States and it was like saying to them, “Go to the living room now.”

The music on this project calls back to much of your earlier work. Why was the intention to treat this particular album like a homecoming of sorts?

This doesn’t have to apply to a band, but I think sometimes you’re pulled to things because of various influences around you and you want to do all of those things that you’re pulled to. So for us, we got pulled through the industry to do various things throughout our career. We wanted to go back to making music for ourselves and not worry about how other people would receive it. When we started, we didn’t think we would have a band as our career. It was just for fun. The intention behind writing is so different when you’re not writing with pressure or thinking about how the music translates to a festival or any other [external] factor.

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With that in mind, why did you choose “A Love International” as the first single?

It was important to let our fans know that we were still an instrumental band at heart. Our last album had a lot of vocals on it and all the singles had a lot of vocals on it and while it’s something we’re still exploring, I think some people missed that original instrumental piece. “A Love International” is a powerful song without words. It was important to lead with that.

Was that the first song you recorded?

No, actually, the very last song on the album, “Les Petits Gris” was the first. That one is so special and tender. When that song was recorded and we knew it was going to go on the album, it meant that the rest of the album needed to be able to be with that song. We think of an album as a complete body of work and that song wouldn’t have fit with our last album by any means. So this was almost like a thesis statement that dictated what the rest of the album needed to feel like.

Is there a song on the album that you’re most proud of?

I’m most proud of “Pon Pón,” not because it necessarily challenged me, but because it almost got thrown out multiple times because it just hadn’t quite gotten to a place where it was feeling good. It was a track that really came together at the end. We made some minor adjustments with the feel and then added these really fun vocals and now it feels integral.

How do you know when a song has gotten to that “good place?”

I think you just know. You have to trust how you feel and if it feels right, then it’s time. We have this rule in the band that if it’s not a yes, it’s a no. If anybody has a question mark face, then it’s not quite there yet.

Do you have a favorite memory of recording the album that sticks out to you the most?

Yeah, I do. The album writing process can be really intense because it’s so creative and it’s so heady. It’s not only your own anxieties that you’re dealing with, but you’re also dealing with everyone else’s. It can be this sort of stressful place sometimes, but there are these magic moments that happen that remind you of why the process is so important. At the very end of “Todavía Viva,” which is the sixth track, there are all these false stops. That happened organically. We were all playing and stopped and we knew it was a stop and then we looked at each other and all went back in again and kept doing it and kept doing it. It was this joyous musical moment and we were all giggling. That was my favorite part of the writing process. It was so wholesome.

How do you think you’ve evolved as an artist since the band’s debut album?

In terms of making music, I can see this path in my creative process that sort of mimics a human life. There’s this simplicity when you start and you’re in your teenage years and you feel the need to impress and fit in and then you reach this place where you’re like, “Actually, I’m not worried about impressing anybody.” That’s where I am now. I’m feeling a little bit more confident about who I am as a player and I can hear it, especially when I’m playing the songs from the last record. I was definitely trying to be more complicated than I am naturally.

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The band is getting ready to go on tour and you haven’t played in over a year. How are you feeling?

Now, I’m feeling more at ease. We started rehearsals a few weeks ago and I think the anxiety comes from the anticipation. I hadn’t played with Mark and DJ since we made the album and while I can practice to tracks every day, it’s nerve-wracking not knowing how it's actually gonna feel when you play it together. And now that we've been in a room playing, it’s like, “Oh, no, we’re good.” We started this band and we are who we are because it comes together in this way.

Now that you’re a .css-d2yypp{-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;text-decoration-thickness:0.0625rem;text-decoration-color:inherit;text-underline-offset:0.25rem;color:inherit;-webkit-transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;word-break:break-word;}.css-d2yypp:hover{color:#808080;text-decoration-color:border-link-body-hover;} mother , have your feelings about being on the road changed at all?

It’s changed literally everything. Not just packing for her and, and figuring out how the logistics of that will work, but also wanting to spend more time with her and less time doing some things that were very time-consuming on the road. Like, I had a costume change every night and it meant that I had to have two fittings and there was so much stress about making sure that all of that was right. I haven’t decided how I want to approach that yet. We’ll see how it goes. Maybe it’s just about doing something more pared down. But there are certain places that I’m gonna pull back because my priorities have changed.

Is there a song from the album that you’re most excited to play?

Good question. I guess “May Ninth.” Mark wrote it about 20 years ago and it’s been a song that has been brought up during every album process and never found its home until this record. It feels really special, so I’m excited to see how it translates.

This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity .

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Music + concerts, music + concerts | how the uk duo mount kimbie reconnected in southern california’s yucca valley, the british indie-electronic group, which took a five-year break before reuniting, will bring its dumb guitar tour to the fonda theatre on saturday, may 18..

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“I’ve gotten a lot better with the anxiety and nervousness of playing live these days,” Maker shared over a phone call before the duo hit the stage at La Cigale in Paris. “I had to find ways to get out of my head because I used to hate going on stage to play. But I’ve learned to disconnect from what we’re doing a little bit because once you’re up there, you can’t get out of it, so I’ve learned to train myself on that.

“Last night, we played in Amsterdam, and the crowd was singing back our lyrics, which is pretty mental for us because we haven’t really made music like that,” Maker continued

The duo got its start in the London underground electronic music scene, forming what the world knows now as Mount Kimbie nearly 15 years ago. These days, the group is influenced by everything, from techno to dubstep, post-punk to hip-hop, R&B to ambient lo-fi and a handful of uncut DJ mixes that have floated throughout the internet, all intertwining to make up a sound the two consider “forever changing,” a superpower of sorts since having a definite sound has never been Mount Kimbie’s niche.

However, in 2016 the band announced it would go on hiatus; the two felt it was time to dabble in other ventures while allowing each other to grow. That break ended up lasting five years during which Campos delved into DJ culture and Maker produced the likes of Rosalía and SZA.

Reuniting in 2021, the group explored new musical territory for the newest record “The Sunset Violent.” The nine-track record, released in April of this year, is a mix of shoegaze and synthesized rock created while the duo were in Yucca Valley, California, a departure from its London roots. They felt it was necessary to seek refuge in the desert landscape, seeking peace, tranquility and as “a last minute effort to get away from all distractions.”

In the scorching summer heat, there wasn’t a clear goal, only the intent to potentially produce a track or two. But as they settled into a secluded Airbnb for six weeks, it became the ideal setting for crafting a California-tinged record, giving birth to what the world now knows as “The Sunset Violent.”

“The desert is probably the best place you could go when you want to get away,” Campos said. “We didn’t have a goal go out there; it was initially just to try and basically to come up with some ideas and we hadn’t worked together for about five years at this point. So there was quite a lot of uncertainty about what we were going to do and whether it was even going to be any good. But the landscape out there provided way more for us than we expected; it’s a very surreal place. It’s completely different from where we’re from and the music we make that was usually done in London. It was also the first time we were abroad to write. It was the perfect canvas and environment to write in, especially that the guitar was such a loud voice in this record, it made sense.”

Campos found himself drawn to the home radio, turning the knob that always happen to land on the local country music station. Inspired by the genre’s use of catchy melodies and profound lyricism, it influenced the direction the group was taking. “All of these elements combined created a rich tapestry of visuals that deeply influenced the entire body of work we created.”

The band, now expanded to a four-piece with the addition of Andrea Balency-Béarn and Marc Pell, is currently embarking on the Dumb Guitar Tour across the globe. The 15-date run includes a stop at The Fonda Theatre, originally slated for the El Rey. However, due to high fan demand for tickets, the venue size was expanded.

“The last time we played in Los Angeles was at the Masonic Lodge over at Hollywood Cemetery, and that felt like ages ago for us,” Maker shared with a laugh. “It’s hard to keep up with the times at this point. But having the interest that we do from the States in such a healthy way that we’ve seen over the years and especially with the comeback of this release has been so interesting and amazing for us to watch.”

For both Maker and Campos, performing in Southern California is a significant full-circle moment. For them, it’s an homage, a tribute and an opportunity to reconnect with the roots that initiated “The Sunset Violent.”

“Even the last three nights, there’s like a different level of understanding between us all as a band and when you get to the last few months you to start to really communicate in a nonverbal where you’re on stage kind of sharing experiences through music, it takes on another life,” Campos said. “And I think there’s something really special when it comes to sharing that, especially with an audience and certainly an area that allowed us to create what we do. I think that’s the whole point of it all for us.”

Mount Kimbie: Dumb Guitar Tour

When : 8 p.m. Saturday, May 18

Where : The Fonda, 6126 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles

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