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Lana Del Rey Announces First-Ever U.S. Stadium Headlining Gig

By Michael May 6, 2024

If you’ve seen Lana Del Rey headline a festival then you are aware that the singer draws a massive crowd. That truth will be told again on June 20 when LDR headlines her first-ever U.S. stadium show at Boston’s iconic Fenway Park.

The show announced on Monday morning (May 6) is a one-night-only affair that comes after Lana crushed it at this year’s Coachella following a sold-out amphitheater run and a two-night run at Mexico City’s Foro Sol last summer where she played to 65,000 each night.

Tickets for the Fenway show will be available starting with an artist presale on Wednesday (May 8) starting at 10 a.m., with the general onsale kicking off on Friday (May 10) at 10 a.m. local time here.

LDR hung around the Indio Valley after Coachella to make two unannounced appearances at the Stagecoach Festival, last weekend. While there, she joined Paul Cauthen on stage for a moving rendition of “Unchained Melody,” the classic ballad that became an iconic hit for the Righteous Brothers in 1965.

Del Rey, who is prepping a country album called Lassosang “Unchained Melody” last year for NBC holiday special celebrating the legacy of Elvis Presley, Christmas at Graceland and Cauthen previously covered the song with masked country crooner Orville Peck, with the pair calling themselves The Unrighteous Brothers.

That unexpected treat came after Del Rey invited a surprise guest up during her second Coachella weekend on April 19 when Camila Cabello popped up to sing her frenetic new single, “I Luv It,” as LDR momentarily ceded the spotlight to the former Fifth Harmony star and her backup dancers. “I luv it, I luv it, I luv it, I luv it,” Del Rey sang to Cabello after she closed the song. “This is my girl. I have so much fun with her. I love this song to death. Thank you so much, angel, for coming to sing with me,” Del Rey told Cabello.

At press time no support acts had been announced for the Fenway show.

By Michael

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