Lana del Rey 2014 Tour
Lana del Rey, born Elizabeth Grant, is music's most buzzed about newcomer. Failing as a singer/songwriter after college, the "Summertime Sadness" crooner changed her image and burst on the scene three years ago as a doe-eyed sex kitten who lives and breathes all things Americana. Del Rey's popularity rides on her persona: self-described as "Lolita got lost in the hood" or a "gangsta Nancy Sinatra," an image heightened by her controversial lyrics, pop culture references and Old Hollywood-meets-East LA flair. With her loungey and sensuous singing voice, the songstress has crafted a unique sound that's all her own, seamlessly blending hip-hop, retro, synth-pop, cinematic and more.
This captivating singer will be on the road for only a handful of dates, so get your Lana Del Rey tickets before they go! The femme fatale will embark on a mini-tour: hitting the Coachella Music Festival
in April, with three single shows in Las Vegas ($160 min.), Phoenix ($114 min.) and San Francisco ($101 min.). The only East Coast stop listed for the "Blue Jeans" singer is the Sweetlife Music Festival in Columbia.
The Lake Placid native first released a debut single, "Video Games" in 2011, and her first full-length album "Born to Die" came the following year. Since its release, the album has sold over 5 million copies, with the bulk of her success centered in Europe, charting No.1 on the Official UK Album Chart. With the release of the "Born to Die- Paradise Edition," Del Rey garnered immense fame in the US, being awarded GQ Magazine's "Woman of the Year" and a focal point on "The Great Gatsby" film soundtrack. Del Rey is rumored to be releasing new music this summer titled "UltraViolence"—we hope a supporting tour follows suit!