Lana del Rey kicked off her “LA To The Moon” tour last night in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She gathered over 20,000 fans at the city’s Target Center for the tour’s opening concert.
The tour’s setlist is obviously public now and we can confirm there will be 21 songs performed each night of the tour. See below the complete setlist (*spoiler alert*).
- "13 Beaches"
- "Pretty When You Cry"
- "Scarborough Fair"
- "Born to Die"
- "Blue Jeans"
- "White Mustang"
- "National Anthem"
- "When the World Was at War We Kept Dancing"
- "Music to Watch Boys To"
- "Lust for Life"
- "Black Beauty"
- "Young and Beautiful"
- "Video Games"
- "Summertime Sadness"
- "Serial Killer"
- "Off to the Races"
And watch now some videos of the first concert of the “LA To The Moon” tour in Minneapolis.
In accordance with the announced-to-date concerts, Lana will be performing a total of 37 shows for this tour. Once the North American leg is finished, she will travel to South America, then to Australia and finally she will conclude the tour in April in in Europe, with the very last show being in Madrid, Spain on April 20th. Odds are high Lana will extend the tour with a possible second North American leg. So make sure to stay alert especially if you missed tickets for this first part.
Will you see Lana in concert? Where? Happy with the tour setlist?
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