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moby duesseldorf2024Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Düsseldorf, Germany
23rd September 2023
Moby - “Play 25 / 1999-2024”

Moby is giving concerts again for the first time in ten years - in September in Berlin and Düsseldorf!

The New York singer, guitarist, DJ, and music producer has shaped the dance sound of the 90s with albums like ‘Everything Is Wrong’ and ‘Play’. Songs like ‘Natural Blues’ or ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’ from the album ‘Play’, which celebrates its 25th anniversary in May, have a timeless quality that still resonates today and reaches even younger generations. MOBY’s next album, ‘always centered at night’, will be released on June 14. The album consists of collaborations with singers he loves, including SERPENTWITHFEET, LADY BLACKBIRD, and the recently deceased BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH.

But there is more good news for old and new MOBY fans: In September, he will play a short tour to finally present his personal “Greatest Hits” live to the audience - on September 22 at the Velodrom in Berlin and on September 23 at the Mitsubishi Electric HALLE in Düsseldorf. The amazing part: MOBY, who has been advocating for animal rights since his youth (so it’s no coincidence that his very political Punk album is called ‘Animal Rights’), will donate 100% of the profits to animal welfare organizations.

He says about the tour: “It’s been over 10 years since I’ve toured, but someone reminded me that 2024 is the 25th anniversary of the release of ‘Play,’ so it seemed like it might not be the worst idea to do a short European tour to commemorate and celebrate. The show will feature well-known songs from ‘Play,’ but also a bunch of audience favorites, like ‘Extreme Ways,’ ‘We Are All Made Of Stars,’ ‘When It’s Cold I’d Like to Die,’ and even some old rave bangers like ‘Feeling So Real’ and ‘Go.’ What makes the tour most exciting for me is that I won’t be paid anything. 100% of my profits will go to European animal rights organizations.”

Additional Concert Information
Doors: 18:30
Start: 20:00
Tickets: are available starting at 78.05 euros (plus charges re-sale) via Eventim

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