Lana Del Rey has announced surprise concerts in Ireland and Europe, which will take place next month.
Following her appearance on the Other Stage at Glastonbury on Saturday (June 23), Lana Del Rey has announced a series of surprise performances scheduled for the coming weeks.
For the three new concerts, the singer-songwriter from New York will first head to Amsterdam, before playing in Dublin and Paris. They will coincide with their performance at BST Hyde Park in London next Sunday.
“I love Europe and after performing at Glastonbury I have decided to play a few more shows in different countries around my Hyde Park concert in London on July 9,” he said in a new statement. “Today I’m announcing shows in Amsterdam on the 4th of July, in Dublin on the 7th of July and in Paris on the 10th of July. I’m looking forward to seeing you all.”
The first of the three new shows will take place at the Ziggo Dome in the Dutch capital. The Dublin performance will take place at the 3Arena, while the Paris one will take place at the Olympia Music Hall.
Tickets for the new dates go on sale at 9am local time this Friday (June 30) and are available here.
Del Rey will be the final headliner at this year’s BST Hyde Park, following previously scheduled performances by Pink, Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band, Take That, BLACKPINK, Guns N’ Roses and Billy Joel.
Pink’s performance at an outdoor show this weekend (June 24-25) hit the headlines today when the pop star was surprised when fans threw her mother’s ashes on stage.
The “Video Games” singer’s concerts come on the heels of her controversial performance at Glastonbury last weekend. Arriving on stage 30 minutes later than planned, the artist was only able to perform a handful of songs from her repertoire, before the power cut and she was not allowed to continue with the rest of her performance.
Despite the fact that the cameras capturing the stage were turned off and the microphone was no longer active, the singer refused to leave the stage, instead interacting with his fans in the front row of the audience.
In a three-star review, NME described the concert as “a deliberately playful and uneven live show, deviating from the enigmatic quality of his public persona”, before descending into a “suitably – if achingly sad – community – 45 minutes of clean, messy. , unfiltered melodrama.”
The “Summertime Sadness” singer also released her latest studio album, “Did You Know There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” the follow-up to 2021’s “Blue Banisters” earlier this year.