Lenny Kravitz Lifts Up and Hugs Crying Fan at Music Festival


Lenny Kravitz is letting “love rule!”

On Sunday, July 7, the musician, 60, shared a video of himself embracing a crying fan at the Main Square Festival in Arras, France.

“Let love rule. @mainsquarefestival ????: @rossss_mia,” Kravitz’s caption read as he climbed a step in front of the crowd and pulled the fan into his arms.

As the crowd cheered, the singer wrapped his arms around the young fan and swayed side to side during the instrumentals of one of his tracks.

Resting her head on his shoulder, the fan clung her arms around Kravtiz’ neck and cried happy tears.

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Lenny Kravitz leaving Main Square Festival in France.

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The Main Square Festival also shared a video of Kravtiz carrying a little girl from the audience.

“Oh yeah! Love,” he said after placing the girl back in the crowd. “We’ve got to … sing it!”

“Thanks for this moment @lennykravitz ????????????????,” the Main Square Festival Instagram page added as they shared another clip of the star waving his arms as the audience followed his lead.

Following the event, Kravitz shared a video on his Instagram Stories of him waving to fans as he was driven away in his bus.

“Thank you @mainsquarefestival,” he wrote across the video.

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Lenny Kravitz.

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This month, the artist — who is currently on his Blue Electric Light Tour — is set to perform in more European countries including Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Germany, Hungary and Croatia.

Earlier this month, he also shared a clip of himself arriving for his show in Amsterdam. “We’re here Amsterdam. @ziggodome #BlueElectricLight2024,” his caption read.

Meanwhile, back in May, Kravitz spoke to PEOPLE about how he wanted to introduce his new music to fans at his five-day residency at Dolby Live at Park MGM, Las Vegas in October.

“It’s always been a great part of entertainment history, and I thought it’d be a great warm-up, a great place to start and present Blue Electric Light to America,” he said following the release of his Blue Electric Light album.

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