Lana Del Rey – the unique popstar who has swooned crowds with her dreamy vocals – has just announced a round of tour dates this fall.
The Norman Fucking Rockwell Tour, in support of her forthcoming record, will kick-off in Wantagh, New York at Jones Beach Theater. From there, she’ll stop in Vancouver before heading to the west coast for gigs in Seattle, Berkeley, Sacramento, and Los Angeles. The first U.S. leg of the tour will wrap-up in San Diego at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre. She’s also announced a round of shows in 2020 that’ll hit cities in Europe like Paris, Glasgow, and Berlin.
Norman Fucking Rockwell! is Rey’s sixth studio album, following 2017’s Lust For Life. The LP, which is due August 30 and produced by Jack Antonoff, will feature previously-released singles “Venice bitch,” “Mariners apartment complex,” and “hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but I have it.” The record will also feature her cover of Sublime’s “Doin’ Time.”
Rey is best-known for her early breakout hits like “Summertime Sadness” and “Blue Jeans” from her debut LP Born To Die, as well as Ultraviolence’s “West Coast” and “High By The Beach” from Honeymoon.
Check out Rey’s full list of upcoming tour dates below.
Lana Del Rey The Normal Fucking Rockwell Tour 2019-2020
09-21-19 — Wantagh, NY @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
09-30-19 — Vancouver, British Columbia @ Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
10-02-19 — Seattle, WA @ WaMu Theater
10-06-19 — Berkeley, CA @ The Greek Theatre
10-08-19 — Sacramento, CA @ Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
10-10-19 — Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
10-11-19 — San Diego, CA @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
02-21-20 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
02-23-20 — Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
02-25-20 — London, England @ The O2
02-26-20 — Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
02-28-20 — Glasgow, Scotland @ SSE Hydro
02-29-20 — Birmingham, England @ Resorts World Arena
03-02-20 — Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
03-03-20 — Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena
Last Updated on August 1, 2019 by Olivia Perreault