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17
Feb
LA to the Moon Tour: Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada (February 16)

On February 16, Lana Del Rey performed at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, with Kali Uchis opening the show! For this concert, Lana sang “West Coast” and a snippet of “Get Free”.

Lana’s photographer sister Chuck was also in attendance and Jackson Stewart, writer and director of Beyond the Gates (2016), got a photo with them both!

Did you attend? E-mail us your photos, videos and concert reports!

SETLIST:
Experiment in Terror (intro, Henry Mancini song)
13 Beaches
Pretty When You Cry
Cherry (into two verses of Scarborough Fair)
Yayo (acoustic)
Born to Die
Blue Jeans
White Mustang

God Bless America… (acoustic, snippet)
When the World Was At War… (snippet)
Happy Birthday, Mr. President (music video interlude)
National Anthem
Lust For Life

Medley: Change, Black Beauty, Young and Beautiful
Ride (with music video interlude)

Video Games
Love
Get Free (snippet)
West Coast
Summertime Sadness
Off to the Races

Tours > LA TO THE MOON 2017-2018 > Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (February 16)
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16
Feb
LA to the Moon Tour: Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California (February 15)

Lana Del Rey performed at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California on February 15. As usual, Kali Uchis opened the show, but Lana mixed things up a little by playing “West Coast” for the first time on this tour. Lana also sung a snippet of “Get Free” and brought back “Serial Killer”.

Whilst Lana was meeting her fans at the barrier, she gave some of her famous gold heart necklaces away to a few lucky fans. Watch the video here!

During “Get Free”, Lana got emotional listening to her fans sing the song back to her.

Lana recently talked about what this song means to her in an interview for World Cafe. She explained the “I’m doing it all for us” lyric is for Amy [Winehouse] and Whitney [Houston]; two of the names she has tattooed on her collar bone. She added “it’s about people who don’t get to reach their full potential because they let controlling people stop them from being free.”

Lana’s sister Chuck was also in attendance at the show. Be sure to check out Chuck’s Instagram story for footage from the concert!

Did you attend? E-mail us your photos, videos and concert reports!

SETLIST:
Experiment in Terror (intro, Henry Mancini song)
13 Beaches
Pretty When You Cry
Cherry (into two verses of Scarborough Fair)
Yayo (acoustic)
Born to Die
West Coast [2]
Blue Jeans
White Mustang

Happy Birthday, Mr. President (music video interlude)
National Anthem
God Bless America… (acoustic, snippet)
When the World Was At War… (snippet)
Lust For Life

Medley: Change, Black Beauty, Young and Beautiful
Ride (with music video interlude)

Video Games
Love
Get Free (snippet)
Summertime Sadness
Burnt Norton (instrumental interlude)
Serial Killer
Off to the Races
Bonus: with fans

Tours > LA TO THE MOON 2017-2018 > Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California, USA (February 15)
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14
Feb
Post Filed in Interview , Lust For Life , News , Photos
Lana Del Rey covers California Style: “I really like the idea that life imitates art and I’ve noticed that in my own work”

Lana Del Rey is on the cover of California Style magazine for their March issue. She spoke to Lesley McKenzie about living in LA and finding friends and inspiration there, as well as how she’s over her obsession with old cars such as the 1950s pickup. Lana also talks about being in a happy place, following her dreams and how she warms up for her shows with rehearsals and meditation.

The interview is accompanied by a gorgeous photoshoot photographed by Victor Demarchelier and styled by Alison Edmond. Below you can find some snippets from the interview!

California has been a source of inspiration for Del Rey in the last few years, often from behind the wheel of her truck (“It’s brand-new, it’s not a nostalgic, 1950s pickup,” she quips. “I’m over my old-car obsession—I’m happy with Bluetooth”), driving along the Pacific Coast Highway. The tony San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, which was devastated in the winter mudslides, was always a favorite destination for Del Rey to recharge.

“I’d say the last two years have been relatively peaceful,” says Del Rey of her current frame of mind, which has since seeped into her work. “I think that’s kind of why my newer record has a little bit of a brighter tone to it, whereas before I was definitely working a lot and on the road 24/7,” she says. “I’m still traveling a lot but I had a lot more to work through a couple years ago, I guess.”

That shift in perspective shines through on ballads such as “Change,” the last song Del Rey wrote for the album, which addresses the fact that she was seeking change in her life but didn’t know how to go about it. “It was just more like a small bubbling of wanting to turn things around aesthetically in my art and personally as well. I really like the idea that life imitates art and I’ve noticed that in my own work. I knew that good things could follow if I put it out there that I was still trying to grow.”

Click here to read the full interview over at C Magazine. The issue will be out on February 20.

Magazines > 2018 > California Style Magazine (March – USA)
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Photoshoots > 2018 > For California Style by Victor Demarchelier
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14
Feb
LA to the Moon Tour: Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona (February 13)

On February 13, Lana Del Rey performed at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, with Kali Uchis as her opening act. Lana sang snippets of ‘Terrence Loves You’ and ‘Get Free’ towards the end of the show. Someone asked if she’d sing ‘Angels Forever, Forever Angels’ and Lana responded with “Angels Forever? Are you kidding?!”

Chris shared that the pit at the front was so bad that Lana’s personal security had to stop people from shoving. Lana mouthed to them “I’m so sorry.”

Of the pit, Chase Connolly tells us “multiple people passed out” and the shoving was so continuous that it made him “practically miss the first two songs”. However, he adds that it calmed down after that.

Chase also explains that Lana sang ‘White Mustang’ whilst laying on the piano with her legs up. “After ‘White Mustang’ she sang an a cappella snippet of the song and said “sorry, I’m feeling myself tonight””.

Before she sung ‘Yayo’, Lana explained some background to the song: “This is a song I really like to do about an old friend of mine who isn’t with us anymore. His name was Rob and we used to live, uh, well I lived in New Jersey, he lived in a different part of New Jersey. I remember one day he came back with the most giant snake on his back and I was like, “what the hell did you do??” It’s funny, like, within 10 minutes – I couldn’t really play chords, so I sort of made up my own chords, and I wrote a little song for him.”

Ed Masley wrote a smashing review of Lana’s performance for AZ Central, explaining that her Lana Del Rey persona was in “full effect” as she was “channeling Brigitte Bardot” in her fishnet stockings.

Masley also took note of how considerate Lana is of her fans: “Del Rey did something I have never seen at an arena. She spent the next eight to 10 minutes signing autographs, posing for selfies and accepting flowers, notes and presents from the fans down front, who camped out overnight to score those spots.”

You can read his full review and see exclusive photos by clicking here.

Did you attend? E-mail us your photos, videos and concert reports!

SETLIST:
Experiment in Terror (intro, Henry Mancini song)
13 Beaches
Pretty When You Cry
Cherry (into two verses of Scarborough Fair)
Yayo (acoustic)
Born to Die
Blue Jeans
White Mustang [2]

Happy Birthday, Mr. President (music video interlude)
National Anthem
God Bless America… (acoustic, snippet)
When the World Was At War… (snippet)
Lust For Life

Medley: Change, Black Beauty, Young and Beautiful
Ride (with music video interlude)

Video Games
Love
Summertime Sadness
Ultraviolence
Burnt Norton (instrumental interlude)
Terrence Loves You (snippet)
Get Free (snippet)
Off to the Races

Tours > LA TO THE MOON 2017-2018 > Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, USA (February 13)
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12
Feb
LA to the Moon Tour: Frank C Erwin Special Events Center in Austin, Texas (February 11)

On February 11, Lana Del Rey performed at the Frank C Erwin Special Events Center in Austin, Texas as part of her LA to the Moon Tour. Kali Uchis wasn’t with her for this date, but will be back on the next dates.

For this show, Lana sang ‘Million Dollar Man’. She let the audience sing back to her the “someone as dangerous, tainted and flawed as you”, and Lana said “that’s right – that’s what he was.” Lana also sang some of ‘Art Deco‘.

Some fans requested she sing her unreleased song ‘Wayamaya‘, and Lana said she will do it in Hawaii. “I’ll do it down there! That’s a good idea!” ‘Wayamaya’ is about Waimea Bay in Hawaii.

Susie Q also gave Lana a Valentine’s Day card and gift. In response, Lana said “And I was so worried I wasn’t gonna get a Valentine’s this year”, before thanking Susie.

Did you attend? E-mail us your photos, videos and concert reports!

SETLIST:
Experiment in Terror (intro, Henry Mancini song)
13 Beaches
Pretty When You Cry
Cherry (into two verses of Scarborough Fair)
Yayo (acoustic)
Born to Die
Blue Jeans
White Mustang

Happy Birthday, Mr. President (music video interlude)
National Anthem
God Bless America… (acoustic, snippet)
When the World Was At War… (snippet)
Lust For Life

Medley: Change, Black Beauty, Young and Beautiful
Ride (with music video interlude)

Video Games
Million Dollar Man
Art Deco (tour debut, snippet)
Ultraviolence
Burnt Norton (instrumental interlude)
Summertime Sadness
Love
Off to the Races

Tours > LA TO THE MOON 2017-2018 > Frank C Erwin Special Events Center in Austin, Texas, USA (February 11)
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