Lana Del Rey has added a trio of new European dates to her summer plans, adding to her already-confirmed appearance at London’s BST Hyde Park.
The star will perform at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome and Dublin’s 3Arena before heading to London, finishing off the short tour with a date at Paris’ Olympia Music Hall after that show.
“I love Europe and after playing Glastonbury, have decided to play a few more shows in various countries around my Hyde Park Show in London on July 9th,” Del Rey said. “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.”
Tickets will go on sale at 9am local time on Friday (June 30) and can be purchased via Del Rey’s official website.
The gigs follow Del Rey’s appearance at Glastonbury, where she headlined the Other Stage on Saturday (June 24) night. During the performance, she was joined by dancers on swings, and who attended to her hair and make-up, while she performed hits and deep cuts from across her catalog.
Since releasing her latest album Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd in March, Del Rey has kept busy with an epic 10-minute music video for “Candy Necklace” and the release of a cult fan favorite track, “Say Yes To Heaven.” The latter was recorded with Rick Nowels in 2012 and was leaked online after.
Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd – Lana Del Rey’s sixth UK No. 1 album – has become the fastest selling album of 2023 so far (sales only), as well as having the biggest week one for an album in 2023 so far (sales and streaming). With this latest UK No. 1 album, Lana Del Rey now has the fifth most UK No. 1 albums for a solo female artists. At present, only Madonna (12), Taylor Swift (9), Kylie Minogue (8) and Barbra Streisand (7) have more.
Buy or stream Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. View Lana Del Rey’s tour itinerary below.
Jul 4 – Amsterdam, NL – Ziggo Dome
Jul 7 – Dublin, IE – 3Arena
Jul 9 – London, UK – BST Hyde Park
Jul 10 – Paris, FR – Olympia Music Hall