Lana Del Rey has sent shockwaves through her fan base with the unexpected announcement of a series of thrilling live shows in Ireland and Europe, scheduled to take place next month. Following her mesmerizing appearance at the Other Stage during Glastonbury on Saturday (June 23), the talented singer-songwriter wasted no time in revealing her plans for a string of surprise performances in the coming weeks.
The trio of newly added shows will see Lana Del Rey embark on a musical journey, starting with an enchanting showcase in Amsterdam, followed by captivating performances in Dublin and Paris. These shows have been strategically timed to complement her previously confirmed headline slot at London’s BST Hyde Park next Sunday. In a recent statement, Lana expressed her deep affection for Europe, saying, “I love Europe, and after playing Glastonbury, I have decided to play a few more shows in various countries around my Hyde Park Show in London on July 9th. Today, I am announcing shows in Amsterdam on July 4th, Dublin on July 7th, and Paris on July 10th. I look forward to seeing you all.”
The first of these three highly anticipated shows will take place at the prestigious Ziggo Dome in the magnificent city of Amsterdam. The Dublin performance will grace the iconic stage of the renowned 3Arena, while the Parisian crowd will be treated to an unforgettable evening at the legendary Olympia music hall.
Tickets for these thrilling new dates will go on general sale starting at 9am local time this Friday (June 30), and eager fans can secure their spots by visiting the designated ticketing website. Lana Del Rey’s appearance at BST Hyde Park will serve as the grand finale of this year’s edition, following a star-studded lineup featuring the likes of Pink, Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band, Take That, BLACKPINK, Guns N’ Roses, and Billy Joel.
Lana’s recent performance at Glastonbury drew considerable attention. Although she took to the stage 30 minutes later than scheduled, the artist managed to captivate the audience with a selection of songs from her setlist. Unfortunately, the power was abruptly cut, preventing her from completing her performance. Undeterred, Lana refused to leave the stage and instead engaged with her devoted fans in the front row, creating a unique and intimate moment.
Lana Del Rey is an acclaimed singer-songwriter known for her captivating and introspective music. With hits like “Video Games” and “Summertime Sadness,” she has gained a dedicated fanbase worldwide. Del Rey’s surprise shows in Amsterdam, Dublin, and Paris come as a delightful surprise for her European fans, allowing them to experience her unique artistry live. Her latest studio albums, including “Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd” and “Blue Banisters,” have further solidified her position as a prominent figure in the music industry.