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- Jun 28 Wed Lytham St Annes, Lytham Green Jamiroquai Jake Shears, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Stone Foundation
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- 2019 Jul 13 Jul 14 2019 London, Blackheath Common ONBlackheath 2019 Jamiroquai, The Roots, James Morrison, Jacob Collier, SG Lewis…
- 2019 May 10 May 11 2019 Mallorca, Antiguo Aquapark Jamiroquai, Two Door Cinema Club, Vetusta Morla, Laurent Garnier, Dixon, La M.O.D.A, Viva Suecia, La Pegatina, El Buho, DJ Coco, Los Estanques, Lava Fizz …
- 2018 Jul 26 Jul 29 2018 Matlock, Pikehall Y Not Festival The Libertines, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Jamiroquai, Manic Street Preachers, Kaiser Chiefs…
- Dec 06 2017 London, The O2 Jamiroquai
- Dec 03 2017 London, The O2 Jamiroquai
- Nov 04 2017 Utilita Arena Birmingham Jamiroquai
- Nov 02 2017 Manchester, The AO Arena Jamiroquai
- 2017 Aug 09 Aug 13 2017 Newquay, Watergate Bay Boardmasters Festival 2017 Two Door Cinema Club, Flaming Lips, Andy C, Slaves, Giggs…
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Jamiroquai came to Australia for one night only – here's what happened
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Perfection is not necessarily the ultimate goal for a lot of bands.
There are plenty on the line-up for this weekend's Harvest Rock festival in Adelaide who benefit from being a little rough around the edges. Some shabbiness can inject a little spirit, grit and charm. A sense of realness.
British funk superstars Jamiroquai are not one of those bands. They require perfection. And in just their second Australian show in 18 years on Saturday night, they give us precisely that.
Genuinely: there's very little to pick at about the band's 105-minute set that closes the first night of the festival.
Frontman Jay Kay’s voice is unbelievable. Every single note out of his mouth is pitch perfect and his vibrant and fun energy does not let up for the entire breathless set.
His enormous band are just as good. They play with a strength and finesse that rivals the tautest funk and jazz outfits on the planet.
From the moment they rip into 'Main Vein' to open the set, it's clear this is a group of musicians who operate on a level that so few can reach. Their grooves are deep, their playing is tight, their chemistry seemingly innate.
As much as their playing blows our hair back to begin, when the hits start rolling out it's the sheer strength of the Jamiroquai catalogue that really sets the crowd alight.
No one needs an invitation to add the handclaps to 'Little L''s infectious disco-pop and 'Alright' is a stone-cold pop classic.
They leave most of his biggest songs to the end of the set, giving fans a trip through his career ranging from 1993's 'When You Gonna Learn', to 1994's 'Space Cowboy', all the way through to an incredible version of 2010's 'Rock Dust Light Star', its elongated guitar-and-vocal intro another raw demonstration of Jay Kay's power as a vocalist.
With half an hour to go the hits start to come thick and fast. There's not a person in the heavily populated inner-city park that isn't grooving along to 'Cosmic Girl'.
As if 'Canned Heat' wasn't thrilling enough, the band subtly pulls a little of New Order's 'Blue Monday' into the arrangement towards its end.
'Love Foolosophy', keeps the pep in everyone's step, before those iconic piano chords that open 'Virtual Insanity' come crashing in to take the crowd's glee to a new level. As the band rip through the song (perfectly, of course) we're reminded of the power that lies in what Jamiroquai do.
Theirs is a crystalline type of music that is so adaptable. It suits any situation, you can play it for anyone. It's not dangerous music, it's music that invites dancing and is made for good times.
But when you see it unfold in front of you, with this band of musicians and that voice, it becomes further elevated.
If Jamiroquai has traditionally been the butt of your jokes, you probably won't ever bother seeing them, but even naysayers would have to respect the quality of this show.
If you have even the slightest appreciation of this band and their contribution to music in the past 30 years, you will truly get so much out of seeing them play live.
Hopefully it won't be too long before you get a chance as Jay Kay promises to return after the band have made their next album.
There's an elephant in the room that threatens to ruin it all though, and it sits atop the charming frontman's head for the entire show. Why he persists with wearing what appears to be a Native American war bonnet beggars' belief, especially given he has swapped it out for different attire in recent years.
He pays respect to the traditional custodians of the land we're partying on before 'When You Gonna Learn', which doesn't give him a free pass but does show a respect for Indigenous people and culture. A respect that he's reflected through his lyrics over the years.
I'm very much not qualified to speak on the offence this might cause, we're better off hearing from Native American voices . If he has some kind of dispensation, that context is lost in an event like tonight's. And there are just so many other hats he could've worn.
If you can get past what Jay Kay wears on his head, then you'll find no gripes in Jamiroquai's return to Australia tonight. They are a band who strive to be perfect and get there with thrilling results.
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Jamiroquai were at the forefront of the short-lived, London-based funk and acid jazz movement of the 1990s. Now the sole participants still touring, Jamiroquai continue to fill large arenas. Back in April 2011 the band drew thousands of excitable fans to the Phones 4U Manchester arena. The acid funk pioneers have long attracted widespread critical derision. It is indeed true that their work flits between funky jazz grooves and naff disco pop. However, it is also true that Jamiroquai are experts when it comes to working a stadium.
Sporting satisfactorily extravagant headgear, front man, Jay Kay, arrogantly, but infectiously, jumped, skipped and spun around the stage before an eleven-piece band. The whole stadium grooved along to the funky beats of ‘Space Cowboy’ and ‘Travelling Without Moving.’ Jamiroquai also managed to keep the crowd moving equally enthusiastically to their Noughties disco numbers.
Rounding off an energetic encore with ‘White Knuckle Ride’ from their 2010 album, ‘Rock Dust Light Star’, Jamiroquai informed us that they were not simply here to repeat their old favourites. The band’s latest work certainly errs towards the cheesey end of the spectrum. The pop tune constitutes a seemingly insincere contemplation of the pressures of fame. Even Jay Key seems aware of the song’s lack of credibility, pleading for us to believe him with the refrain, ‘I’m serious.’ Nonetheless, ‘White Knuckle Ride’ kept us dancing right to very end of the evening.
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While Jay is looking a little less lean than last time I saw him on stage 7 years ago he still has an amazing live voice. In fact it was nice to see him a little less confident, perhaps unsure of how the crowd would accept the new material and slightly different band arrangement, he needn't have worried as the whole show was classic Jamiroquia. The new songs had electricity & funk in good measure, the band as tight as Jays vocals. Jay will get leaner and be spinning & jumping around the stage more as this tour goes on. The only negative point I can make is while I love the roundhouse as a venue, the crowd last night was odd, I started off up near the front but it was just lifeless, girls wanting to take pictures and boyfriends/ husbands just standing around. In the end we had to move further back to find some energy, bizarre considering the clamour for tickets. Nonetheless this was a triumphant comeback and I for one can't wait to see them again.
Well I'm still in awe I had been introduced to Jamiroquai through my children in 1999 and he came to San Francisco in 2005 but I missed his concert. My daughter bought two tickets for my 60th birthday! Let me tell you I have seen Elton John, steely Dan, and many groups at the old winterland theater but this was the BEST live show bar non! Jamiroquai has so much soul and he sounds just like his CDs. Well my daughter and I started on the lower level area for a couple of hours and then we went to the balcony and you couldn't believe the sea of people from that view old young all genders he brought everyone together! And while we were on the main floor just talking to people and singing everyone was just vibing they had the lounge area and drinks with two bars this was a wonderful experience for me and my daughter! Thank you for coming back to San Francisco Jamiroquai. I love you!
Just about my favorite band in the world and my 4th time seeing them.
Perfectly performed. The band is tight aa right can be and jay kay's vocalization technique is in the top draw of worldwide talent. An absolute blessing to witness and suuuuuch an incredible disco dance party!
Cant wait to see them again in hulaween in October.
Unfortunately the stout of the event with having the VIP desk OUTSIDE by the box office. Made no sense. We hadto walk out to get to it because we didnt see it when we walked in from the back streetside.
Also I was told that my VIP laminate and blue wristband were not good enough to get into the vip after party so we left. Very annoying considering I spend $250 on each ticket. Wont come back to that venue - forest hill stadium.
i saw the jamiroquai concert at the o2 london, dec 6 of last year. they and jay kay, were very good, jay kay sang like he was a kid i swear, it was a great show. he dedicated the performance to the late toby smith, his funk keyboard player during the early years. toby's kids were in the audience, jay kay told the crowd. we had pretty decent seats, but in a 20k arena, not too intimate. trying again this time in the states in san francisco in april. don't mind waiting in line for a good spot, it is sold out and only GA, but i bet i'll be closer to the action. i stood and danced to every song they played. he is such a cocky dude, but so talented. i'm gonna get close!
Hit every note perfectly. Great sound. Greater set list. Old funky tracks that inspired by Toby smith, who succcumbed to cancer a while ago. Jay Kay said his kids were in the audience, and dedicated the show to him and his spirit. Nice blend of old, new, and funk greatness. Hit every single note like it were the 90s. Quite a smashing time! Section 102, row D. Yes, he did virtual insanity, unlike Paris show. Little L never fails to get folks dancing, and cosmic girl, space cowboy, and alright def got everyone moving. Like the gorillaz the night before at the o2, the longer they played the more awesome they sounded. It was pretty awesome all around.
It was amazing, I got my mum there at 5pm, mum dad and I had a nice meal at wagamama. But when we got in the o2 we had to go around the o2 to look for gate E. Nightmare to find it, but we did at the end. And there were hardly anyone at at the front, so mum dad and I were right at the front on the right hand side of the stage. 8:45 he came on and he was incredible. He got the whole of the o2 arena to stand up on the sides, he played all his classics witch everyone sang, danced and stood to, what a brilliant gig.
That was one of the best show I ve ever seen. Super energy, fun, inspirational! The audience was dancing all the way through! Two hours non stop of positive emotions! Memorable for sure!
Very professional band, well done play list - all the favourite song of the audience + new ones. Cool backvocal girls! And lazers!
Very good venue itself with a very good sound. Not too big, not too small, perfect for the shows like this.
100 % of joy! JK is cool.
Would go again! Did not have enough!
I flew from the states to see Jamiroquai in Firenze in July 2017. I was geeked! They started on time was full of energy people danced and sang there were great vibes. I truly enjoyed myself. The location was easy to get to but getting back to my hotel was a hot mess... I am surprised I was able to catch a bus and find my way back to a hotel at 12a and speak no Italian. I am ecstatic to see they will be in San Fran in April 2018 for my bday I scored some tix and can't wait!
Simply mesmerising. All the hits and lots from Automation. From the live band to Jay's amazing voice. It was worth every penny. Few spare seats, this was the resheduled show from June. It was very much worth the wait. If you are crazy enough to drive, don't forget to pre book parking it will set you back £33 if you don't.
All in all an amazing night. Audience participation was awesome. Most of us singing and dancing along. Brilliant
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