Concert Review: Lana Del Rey In Concert

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Lana Del Rey in Concert
For this assignment I have chosen to write a concert review on one of my favorite artist Lana Del Rey. I went to see her in late June in Charlotte at the PNC Music Pavilion. She was on her first headlining American tour called The Endless Summer Tour promoting her album Ultraviolence. I have followed Lana Del Rey for several years now and having the opportunity to see her live was an exhilarating experience. Classified as an alternative artist she offers many sides of her music with a sound that varies from and contemporary, pop, to folk. Listening to her music you can tell she was heavily influenced by the 1960s and 1970s as she embraces it continuously throughout her music and her style even referencing artists like Lou Reed in her song “Brooklyn Baby”. …show more content…

I have been to multiple concerts but I have never seen a performer cater to their fans the way she did. It was about forty five minutes into the show when she started singing the album titled song Ultraviolence. As the song started wrapping up her band kept playing the melody as she walked off the stage and into the crowd. She then spent the next twenty minutes signing autographs, taking pictures and talking to some of her fans. As she proceeded through the remainder of the concert she read all the signs people made and were holding up. Continuously picking up every item that was thrown on stage for her carefully setting them to the side. One of my favorite things about her is that every time we would cheer or sing her lyrics back to her you would see a smile come across her face almost in disbelief that she was getting this

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