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Lazuli live in Hamburg, 8 April 2018

In April, Lazuli went on a little tour in Europe to support their latest album “Saison 8”. Here are some photos taken at the show in Marx/Markthalle in Hamburg on 8 April 2018, where the French masters of atmospheric and at times festive prog rock music were met by an enthusiastic crowd in the little club. It always is a joy to watch them on stage, with all the different instruments in use – marimba, french horn, different percussion instruments and of course the Léode, Claude Leonetti’s unique creation.

If you want to see Lazuli live, too you will have the opportunity very soon: The next shows are on 22 June in Pagney-Derrière-Barrine/France, on 23 June at Midsummer Prog (Sold Out) and on 28 July at the Rock of Ages Festival in Rottenburg/Germany.

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Matt

Matt

Co-founder of "The Prog Space". Enthusiastic concert visitor - especially if there are good photo opportunities. Loves all kind of progressive rock and metal, as long as it is original and not too technical or aggressive. News journalist and passionate nature photographer.

Van

Van

Co-Founder of "The Prog Space". Coming from a musical family, and long time Prog and Metal lover. One of my passions is Photography and Web Design (16+ years career path), sharing this passion since 6 years as bag designer and maker. I like all things Prog, and listen a wide variety of styles within the "Progniverse", but what I enjoy most are the creativity and "out-of-the-box" approach musicians can offer us, their listeners. I consider that to be truly Prog!

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