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Lana Del Rey Biography

Lana Del Rey is hard to ignore. From her model-quality good looks to her arrestingly melancholy voice and sweeping cinematic soundscapes, the 27-year-old signer/songwriter has packed a novel’s worth of living into a short six-year career. Born Elizabeth Woolridge Grant in New York City, young Lizzy Grant grew up in Lake Placid, New York, where she started out singing in the church choir. But she developed alcohol dependency at a young age and was sent to a Connecticut boarding school for three years to deal with the issue. At age 18 she moved to The Bronx, studying metaphysical philosophy at Fordam University. After she learned to play guitar with the help of her uncle, she began performing at Brooklyn nightclubs under various stages names including Sparkle Jump Rope Queen and Lizzy Wright & the Phenomena.

Her first performance took place in 2006 at the Williamsburg Live Songwriting Competition, where she was discovered by an A&R rep from local independent label 5 Points Records, with whom she would sign a record deal the next year while still a senior at Fordham. Around this time she also moved to a New Jersey trailer park, where she started doing community service working with substance abuse victims and the homeless. Lana Del Rey’s debut 3-song EP Kill Kill was released in October 2008, followed up by the 2010 release of her debut full-length album Lana Del Ray. After signing to Interscope/Polydor in the summer of 2011, Del Rey posted the lead single from her upcoming follow-up album “Video Games” onto YouTube and started to build buzz for the album’s release.

Her first tour, the 2011-2012 Born to Die tour, made stops at leading rock clubs around the country including New York’s Bowery Ballroom and L.A.’s Chateau Marmont. Her major-label debut Born to Die was released in January 2012, featuring several top 10 hits including “Born to Die” and “Summertime Sadness.” The album would go on to sell five million copies, making it the fifth-biggest selling album of 2012 and a number one hit in 11 countries. A star was born, one who would also sign a modeling contract that same year. While demand for Lana Del Rey tickets began to skyrocket, the singer would continue to focus on songwriting, releasing her third EP Paradise in November 2012. Featuring collaborations with famed producers including Rick Rubin, the album debuted at number 10 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and earned a Grammy nomination for “Best Pop Vocal Album.” GQ’s “Woman of the Year” would strike out on the road the next year for her first major international tour in early 2013.

The Paradise Tour would be extended several times before eventually encompassing 53 shows across four continents, with stops from Turkey to Latvia to Lebanon. Following the release of her short film and EP Tropico in late 2013, it was announced in early 2014 that Del Rey would be releasing a follow-up album titled Ultraviolence in May of 2014. In March, Lana Del Rey announced a 16-date North America tour kicking off April 23 in Grand Prairie, Texas, and concluding May 27 in Seattle. However, another round of Lana Del Rey tickets were quickly released to accommodate demand on the West Coast as additional dates were added in Las Vegas, Phoenix, and San Francisco in mid-April.

Lana Del Rey Tour News

5-22-15: Lana Del Rey and Courtney Love will play one final show together at Amphitheater Northwest in California tonight. According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for Lana Del Rey and Courtney Love tickets is $59.56 on the secondary market. The duo’s final show currently sees tickets start at $13. Del Rey will embark on a solo headlining tour at the end of the month, kicking things off on May 28 at Klipsch Music Center in Indianapolis.

5-20-15: Lana Del Rey will play two more shows with Courtney Love this week when the pair hits Shoreline Amphitheatre tonight and Amphitheater Northwest on Friday. Over the two remaining shows, the average price for Lana Del Rey tickets is $80.75 on the secondary market. The more expensive of the pair will be held at Shoreline Amphitheater, where tickets average at $118.77 and get-in price starts at $40. Tickets to the Amphitheater Northwest gig currently sees a median ticket price of $66.53 and the cheapest available ticket is priced at $21.

5-18-15: Pop crooner Lana Del Rey’s joint run of shows with Courtney Love will come to an end this weekend when the duo hits Amphitheatre Northwest in Ridgefield, Washington Friday night. They’ll play two more shows in California prior to Friday, making stops at the Hollywood Bowl tonight and Shoreline Amphitheatre on Wednesday. Over the final three shows of tour, the average price for Lana Del Rey and Courtney Love tickets is $169.42 on the secondary market. Del Rey will embark on a solo run of shows beginning at the end of the month and will tour the U.S. and Canada through July 16 when she wraps at Coral Sky Amphitheatre.

5-14-15: Lana Del Rey continues her joint tour with Courtney Love tonight when the duo plays the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix. According to TiqIQ, the average price for Lana Del Rey tickets to her Arizona show is $79.12 and get-in price is $26 on the secondary market. The joint run continues for five more shows through May 22, making notable California stops at Sleep Train Amphitheatre, Hollywood Bowl and Shoreline Amphitheatre. Del Rey continues touring North America solo until June 16 and will ultimately wrap at Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida.

5-11-15: Lana Del Rey will play her next show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado with Courtney Love tomorrow night. The average price for Lana Del Rey tickets to the Morrison gig is currently $102.70 on the secondary market, the second cheapest date of tour. Only a May 22 show at Amphitheater Northwest will be cheaper, with a secondary average price of $93.74 and get-in price of $36. Tomorrow’s show also sees a get-in price of $36. Del Rey and Love will play six more shows together through their joint gig at Amphitheater Northwest, making stops at the Ak-Chin Pavilion, Sleep Train Amphitheatre and Hollywood Bowl.

5-8-15: Lana Del Rey will be on tour with the always-controversial Courtney Love through May 22, playing seven dates over that timeframe. Over the two-week engagement, the average price for Lana Del Rey tickets and Courtney Love tickets is $132.39 on the secondary market. The joint tour will make its most expensive stop at Hollywood Bowl on May 18, where tickets own a secondary average of $273.13 and get-in price starts at $103. Lana Del Rey has scheduled tour dates through the middle of June, ultimately wrapping at Coral Sky Amphitheatre on June 16.

3-24-15: Lana Del Rey has added another date on her upcoming Endless Summer Tour. With the tour slated to begin in May, the "West Coast" singer will now play the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts on June 9. 19 dates are now scheduled in total, with her final tour stop slated for June 16 at the Cruzan Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Florida. Courtney Love will join Del Rey for eight dates between May 7 and 22.

5-20-14: Lana Del Rey announced last week that her upcoming album Ultraviolence will be released June 17 via Interscope Records. The singer will play the PNE Rogers Amphitheatre in Vancouver this Sunday before hitting Seattle and Los Angeles for two shows next week.

5-16-14: Lana Del Rey will play the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago tonight. Tickets start at $154 on the secondary market for her Midwest show. The pop crooner will take a short break over the weekend before playing the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado Monday night.

5-14-14: Lana Del Rey will head through the Midwest this week when she plays Detroit and Chicago. Del Rey will first hit the Masonic Temple Theater in Detroit on Thursday and then the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago Frida

5-12-14: Lana Del Rey will hit Canada and the Midwest this week over three dates. The “West Coast” singer heads to Toronto tomorrow before crooning at the Masonic Temple Theater in Detroit on Thursday and the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on Friday.

5-9-14: Lana Del Rey announced the track listing for her much anticipated upcoming album Ultraviolence on Thursday. An official release date hasn’t been announced, though it is expected to be released later this year.

5-7-14: Lana Del Rey will head to the northeast this week, playing shows in Boston, Connecticut and Philadelphia. The “Summertime Sadness” singer released her new single, “West Coast”, at Coachella last month and expects to release her third studio album, Ultraviolence, later this year.

5-5-14: Following the release of her new single, “West Coast”, Lana Del Rey will travel east to play a string of dates in New England, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Catch Del Rey on tour while she croons her way through the northeast.

Lana Del Rey Tour Dates

4-11 Las Vegas, NV – Cosmopolitan
4-13 Indio, CA – Coachella Music Festival
4-15 Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre
4-18 San Francisco, CA -Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
4-20 Indio, CA – Coachella
4-23 Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
4-25 New Orleans, LA – The Sugarmill
4-27 Miami Beach, FL – Fillmore Miami Beach
4-28 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
5-1 Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle
5-2 Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
5-5 Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
5-6 Boston, MA – House of Blues
5-8 Wallingford, CT – Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre
5-10 Columbia, MD – Sweetlife Music Festival
5-11 Philadelphia, PA – Skyline Stage at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts
5-13 Toronto, Ontario – Sony Centre for Performing Arts
5-15 Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple Theatre
5-16 Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
5-19 Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
5-25 Vancouver, British Columbia – PNE Amphitheatre
5-27 Seattle, WA – WaMu Theater

Lan Del Rey Ticket Price History

Average Tour Price

Year Avg Price
The Endless Summer Tour (2015): $153.48
Lana Del Rey Tour (2014): $260.81
2012: $157.62

Five Most Expensive Shows on The Endless Summer Tour:

Date Opponent Avg Price
6/16/2015 a Cruzan Amphitheatre: $276.39
5/07/2015 at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion: $202
5/18/2015 at Hollywood Bowl: $188.98
6/03/2015 at Molsen Canadian Amphitheatre: $187.11
5/20/2015 at Shoreline Amphitheatre: $176.16

Five Most Expensive Shows Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
5/11/2014 at The Mann Center For The Performing Arts: $625.18
4/11/2014 at The Chelsea (Las Vegas): $418.26
5/27/2014 at Wamu Theatre At CenturyLink Field: $395
10/17/2014 at The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever: $389.91
4/18/2014 at Bill Graham Civic Center Auditorium: $385.62

Five Least Expensive Shows on The Endless Summer Tour:

Date Opponent Avg Price
5/12/2015 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre: $121.95
5/22/2015 at Sleep County Amphitheatre: $125.60
6/13/2015 at PNC Music Pavilion: $128.18
5/14/2015 at Ak-Chin Pavilion: $130.20
6/11/2015 at Jiffy Lube Live: $130.33

Five Most Expensive Shows Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
5/12/2015 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre: $121.95
5/22/2015 at Sleep County Amphitheatre: $125.60
6/13/2015 at PNC Music Pavilion: $128.18
5/14/2015 at Ak-Chin Pavilion: $130.20
6/11/2015 at Jiffy Lube Live: $130.33

Lana Del Rey Live Performance Videos

Lana Del Rey Discography

Studio Albums
Lana Del Ray (2010)
Born to Die (2012)
Ultraviolence (2014)
Honeymoon (2015)

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