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Clouseau

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Followers 14,432
Category Pop
Concerts
Apr
23
CC Diest
Diest
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Apr
30
Cactus Club
Brugge
Tickets
May
02
Weerdse Bierfeesten
Weerde
Tickets
May
10
Clamotte Rock 2024
Herenthout
Tickets
May
11
Rock Affligem 2024
Affligem
Tickets
Jun
29
Spoorpark Live 2024
Tilburg
Tickets
Jul
05
Moen feest 2024
Zwevegem
Tickets
Jul
11
Thor Park Live 2024
Genk
Tickets
Jul
21
Beach Festival
Nieuwpoort
Tickets
Aug
02
Lokerse Feesten
Lokeren
Tickets
Aug
04
Suikerrock
Tienen
Tickets
Aug
11
Bastion Festival
Kinrooi
Tickets
Aug
31
BREEkout
Bree
Tickets
Sep
15
SPOT Groningen
Groningen
Tickets
Sep
29
Musis Arnhem
Arnhem
Tickets
Oct
02
Muziekgieterij
Maastricht
Tickets
Dec
20
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Dec
21
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Dec
23
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Dec
27
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Dec
28
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Dec
30
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Jan
03
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
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Jan
04
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
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Jan
09
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Jan
10
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Jan
17
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
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Jan
18
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
Jan
19
Sportpaleis
Antwerpen
Tickets
About Clouseau
Clouseau (the Belgian band, not the French inspector) started as a group of friends back in 1984. Only Karel Theys, the bass-player, had some previous experience in a band with The Employees. 1987 sees them coming out of the garage for the first time : they play Marktrock in Leuven en get a record deal for their first single "Brandweer". In '88 they have a small hit with "Alleen met Jou" (Only with you) and win the Baccara-trophy in the squad of Raymond Van Het Groenewoud. In 1989 they participated in the preselection to determine the Belgian delegate to the Eurovision Song Festival. Clouseau finishes second (behind Ingeborg), but now has a foot in the door. The breakthrough comes immediately with the single "Anne" and an album "Hoezo ?" (How so?). Screaming teenagers all over the place and smashed record sales in Belgium are the consequence. The Netherlands follow, where "Daar Gaat Ze" (There she goes) becomes a big hit. The 2nd album "Of zo" (Or so) also proves to be very successful. 1990 is a year which can only be described as the year of "Clouseau-mania". Everything the boys touch turns to gold. Manager Hans Kusters : "They really appeal to the teens. Simple songs, but also lyrics in the form of "She comes, she goes or she is". No fuss about apartheid or the nuclear missiles. Clean, cute, sometimes rocking, sometimes slowing, always charming melodies with innocent and easily recognizable love- and dance stories." In 1991, the Benelux is getting too small for the group so they (or at least the record company) decide to try to storm the European market. This time they are appointed to participating for Belgium in the Eurovisionsongcontest (where the finish very low with "Geef het op", despite the very high hopes Flanders was posing in them). They record a CD in English called "Close Encounters" (mainly consisting of adaptations of their own Dutch songs) of which they sell 200.000 copies in the slipstream of Roxette's European tour of 1992. The 2nd English-language album "In every small town", however, is a complete commercial failure. Frontman Koen Wauters starts a career as a television presenter and race-pilot (Paris-Dakar), kicks a few old friends out of the band and refocuses on the Dutch market with the CD "Oker" (Ochre) in 1995. On the album "Adrenaline", only the two Wauters' Brothers remain. The album shows a more adult Clouseau. They have successfully survived the hype and are starting to produce decent material again, without the necessity to "score" or match the sales figures of the 1989-1990 craze. What about the band members that were left behind : - Bob Savenberg has ventured to a successful solo career (e.g. the duet with Dutch singer Stef Bos in "Breek de stilte" and his solo CD "Vuur en Vlam"). He also presented "Ultratop" (the Belgian hitparade on VRT) and has a small company that builds websites. In 2001, he did the show "Popstars" for VT4. - Tjenne Berghmans has played in about every other Belgian group (e.g. The Scabs, Betty Goes Green ...) since he left Clouseau. - Karel Theys, formerly of the Employees, was at the base of another Kloot Per W project, de Lama's in 1993-94. In 1997, they release a compilation album "Clouseau 1987-1997" and have a celebration on their 10 years of existence. Koen Wauters (although hard to recognize amidst all the publicity for Belgacom) finishes another Dakar at the beginning of 1997. He also continues his television career (Familieraad, Koen & The Gang, Wedden dat ...), and fights off a female stalker in his bathroom. In 1999, he marries Carolijn Lillipally (who was a VJ for MTV-Europe). In 1999 Clouseau conquers Flanders for the umpteenth time, on this occasion with the new CD "In Stereo". In a production with a lot of violins by Jean Blaute (see RvhG, Kate's Kennel ..) and with songs that were written by people such as Frank van der Linden (of De Mens), Jan Leyers (of My Velma & Soulsister), Mark Vanhie (The Bet, Sarah) and others, and pulled by singles such as "Heb ik ooit gezegd" (a Van Morisson-cover) and "Altijd meer en meer" the group even makes it back again as a headliner at Marktrock (where it all had started). This leads them to a new live-album, simply called "Live", released in 2000. In 2001 they opened with an album with nothing but slow songs for the Dutch market - entitled "Ballades" - but in recording their next album they deliberately stepped away from this trend in ever slower songs. En Dans - wrapped in a funny cover hand-drawn by Marcel Vanthilt, who also sings on one song - was released in November 2001, and contained much more uptempo songs, taking them back to the starting days of the band. Most striking track was certainly the title song "En Dans", Clouseau in an festive disco-outfit. However the first single that was taken from the album was a ballad "Ik Geef Me Over" (I surrender) with a video that caused some controversy due to the smoking habit of Koen. Through the usual visits to radio stations and a break-in into the BigBrother house, the CD certainly didn't miss it's start, as it deserved platinum for 30,000 copies in the presales, and entered the album-charts at n°1. On the live-front it remained fairly quiet, working towards two gigantic gigs in the Sportpaleid in Antwerp in the month of December. The band released their latest CD Vonken & Vuur ("Sparks & Fire") in March 2007. Band members (original line-up) : - Koen Wauters (vocals) - Kris Wauters (keyboard and guitar) - Bob Savenberg (drums and backing vocals) - Karel Theys (bass) - Tjenne Berghmans (guitar). Buy CD's of this band at proxis Albums : - Hoezo(Hans Kusters Music - 1989) - Of Zo (Hans Kuster Music - 1990) - Close Encounters (EMI - 1991) - Doorgaan (tot je niet meer op je benen kan staan) (EMI- 1992) - In Every Small Town (EMI - 1993) - Oker (EMI - 1995) - Adrenaline (EMI - 1996) - In Stereo (EMI - 1999) - En Dans (EMI - 2001) - Live in het Sportpaleis DVD ("Live at the Sport Palace, Antwerp") (2003) - Vanbinnen (2004) - Clouseau in 't lang DVD ("Live at the Sport Palace, Antwerp") (2006) - Vonken en Vuur (2007) Compilations : - Clouseau Live (Hans Kusters Music - 1991) - Clouseau 1987-1997 (EMI, 1997) - Live (EMI, 2000) - Ballades (EMI, 2001)
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Clouseau Tour Cities
Antwerpen, Belgium Nieuwpoort, Belgium Brugge, Belgium Genk, Belgium Tienen, Belgium Tilburg, Netherlands Bree, Belgium Zwevegem, Belgium Weerde, Belgium Maastricht, Netherlands Affligem, Belgium Lokeren, Belgium Groningen, Netherlands Diest, Belgium Herenthout, Belgium Arnhem, Netherlands Kinrooi, Belgium

Frequently Asked Questions About Clouseau

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Clouseau on tour?

Yes, Clouseau is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Clouseau concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Clouseau tour is scheduled for 29 dates across 17 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Clouseau scheduled to play?

Clouseau is scheduled to play 29 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Clouseau tour start?

Clouseau’s tour starts Apr 23, 2024 and ends on Jan 19, 2025. They will play 17 cities; their most recent concert was held in Diest at CC Diest and their next upcoming concert will be in Antwerpen at Sportpaleis.

What venues is Clouseau performing at?

As part of the Clouseau tour, Clouseau is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 23 - Diest, Belgium @ CC Diest
Apr 30 - Brugge, BE @ Cactus Club
May 02 - Weerde, Vlaams Gewest @ Weerdse Bierfeesten
May 10 - Herenthout, Belgium @ Clamotte Rock
May 11 - Affligem, Belgium @ Rock Affligem
Jun 29 - Tilburg, NB @ Spoorpark Tilburg
Jul 05 - Zwevegem, Vlaams Gewest @ Moen Feest
Jul 11 - Genk, Belgium @ Thor Park Live
Jul 21 - Nieuwpoort, Belgium @ Beach Festival
Aug 02 - Lokeren, Flanders @ Lokerse Feesten
Aug 04 - Tienen, Vlaams Gewest @ Suikerrock
Aug 11 - Kinrooi, Belgium @ Bastion Festival
Aug 31 - Bree, Belgium @ BREEkout
Sep 15 - Groningen, Netherlands @ SPOT Groningen
Sep 29 - Arnhem, Netherlands @ Musis Arnhem
Oct 02 - Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands @ Muziekgieterij
Dec 20 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Dec 21 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Dec 23 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Dec 27 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Dec 28 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Dec 30 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis

2025 Tour Dates:

Jan 03 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Jan 04 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Jan 09 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Jan 10 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Jan 17 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Jan 18 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
Jan 19 - Antwerpen, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
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