Lenny Kravitz plans U.S. tour

Will headline New Orleans' Voodoo Experience

NEW YORK -- Lenny Kravitz will continue to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his "Let Love Rule" album with a U.S. tour, the singer announced Tuesday. Dubbed "LLR 20 (09)," the road trip kicks off Oct. 11 with a five-night stand at New York's Irving Plaza and concludes with Kravitz's headlining gig at the Voodoo Experience festival in New Orleans.

In May, Kravitz began marking the anniversary of his debut album with an extensive European tour, visiting 54 cities and 17 countries along the way. The trek coincided with an expanded reissue of "Let Love Rule," including unreleased demos, B-sides and live recordings. The album has sold 791,000 copies since its 1989 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Kravitz will join previously announced headliners KISS, Eminem, Jane's Addiction and Widespread Panic at the Voodoo Experience festival.

Here are the dates for Lenny Kravitz's tour:

Oct. 11: New York (Fillmore at Irving Plaza)
Oct. 12: New York (Fillmore at Irving Plaza)
Oct. 14: New York (Fillmore at Irving Plaza)
Oct. 15: New York (Fillmore at Irving Plaza)
Oct. 17: Mashantucket, Conn. (MGM Grand at Foxwoods)
Oct. 20: Washington, D.C. (Warner Theatre)
Oct. 21: Boston (TBD)
Oct. 23: Montclair, N.J. (Wellmont Theatre)
Oct. 24: Atlantic City, N.J. (Borgata Event Center)
Oct. 26: Nashville (TBD)
Oct. 27: Charlotte, N.C. (Fillmore)
Oct. 29: Atlanta (The Tabernacle)
Oct. 30: Tunica, Miss. (Harrah's Casino Tunica -- Events Center)
Nov. 1: New Orleans (Voodoo Experience)