Lana Del Rey Returns To Stages

Lana Del Rey Returns To Stages

Matthew Estrada, Reporter

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After releasing her 9th studio album Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, Lana Del Rey is scheduled to perform at a couple music festivals this year. 

Lana was last on stage for The Norman F*****g Rockwell! Tour in 2019; she was unable to finish her tour which ran into 2020 during the time COVID-19 pandemic was at its peak.

She hasn’t officially announced a tour, but she has a couple of shows at some music festivals some of which she is even headlining in.

She is kicking off at the MITA Music Festival in which she is headlining on May 27 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; she then performs at MITA again on June 3 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Later in June she is bringing the show to the UK at the Glastonbury Festival on June 21 in Pilton, UK which is sold out.

Before returning to the UK she is set to make a trip across the pond to the Festival D’ete on July 6 in Quebec, Canada.

Then Lana is returning to London, England on July 9 to perform at the BST Hyde Park Festival.

A month after that she will return to North America to perform at Lollapalooza on August 3 in Chicago, Illinois.

Then down to the West Coast in San Francisco, California to the Outside Lands Festival which leads her to her last show she is performing at now at All Things Go Festival on October 1 in Colombia, Maryland which is sold out.

Senior Kylie Kamal plans on going to the Outside Lands performance in San Francisco.

“I have been wanting to see her perform for quite some time and now will definitely be my opportunity at accomplishing that,” she said. 

In total these are eight shows she is set to perform at as of now, many are speculating an official tour is soon to be announced.

On April 15, Lana made a surprise appearance at the High Waters Fest in Charleston, South Carolina where she joined Bleachers on their set to perform their collaboration song “Margaret” alongside Jack Antof from her new album Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. This performance has brought Lana back to the stages since 2019 but as of now the anticipation begins for her tour.