KALTBLUT presents Ivan Dorn Germany Tour 2019

Our favorite Ukrainian hitmaker Ivan Dorn is coming back to Germany in April 2019 to play his biggest hits on stage. Save the day and get your tickets NOW! He is a musical stallion on the stage! Stops are 17.04.19 – München, Ampere – 18.04.19 – Berlin, Festsaal – 20.04.19 – Hannover, Musikzentrum – 21.04.19 – Köln, Volta! The tour is presented by Der Bomber der Herzen + KALTBLUT. 

Ivan Dorn is an artist that refuses to be labelled or contained by expectations. After breaking out with his debut album, 2012’s hugely successful Co’N’Dorn, the Ukrainian renaissance man has established himself as a provocative and versatile talent.

Germany Tour Dates:

17.04.19 – München, Ampere
18.04.19 – Berlin, Festsaal
20.04.19 – Hannover, Musikzentrum
21.04.19 – Köln, Volta

Get your ticket at: eventim.de/ivan-dorn

Its difficult to imagine the post-soviet pop scene without the controversial story of Ivan Dorn.

In 2011 the tall blond Ukrainian became an overnight sensation with his debut album ‘Co’n’Dorn’. His unique blend of 90s house, pop, nu-disco, funk and free jazz, came as a breath of fresh air to the suffocated Eastern Europe pop scene. The well-crafted compilation of catchy pop tunes brought the 23 year old into the spotlight. His fashion-forward style, controversial public appearances, fancy footwork and contagious personality caught on like wild fire. Within months Ivan Dorn and his band filled sports arenas around the country and he quickly earned a spot as a judge on The Voice Ukraine.

photo by Ksenia Kargina

In 2016, Ivan started Masterskaya, an independent music label focused on bringing the exciting sound of Ukrainian underground to the main stage. Out of the blue, the artist moved to Los Angeles to start recording his first English-language album, and quickly found himself inspired by the ocean breeze and palm trees.

If there is one thing we’ve learned about Ivan over the years, is that if you think you have him all figured out, you are probably already one step behind.



photos by Ksenia Kargina