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Lana Del Rey's European tour gathering thousands of fans; Riga concert expected to be just as popular

29.05.2013

American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey has been gathering thousands of fans on her current European tour, and her upcoming concert in Riga is expected to be just as popular, according to concert agency ''Positivus Music'' spokeswoman Maija Anna-Ludbarza.

American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey has been gathering thousands of fans on her current European tour, and her upcoming concert in Riga is expected to be just as popular, according to concert agency ''Positivus Music'' spokeswoman Maija Anna-Ludbarza.

Lana Del Rey will perform her concert at ''Arena Riga'' on June 14, which will be part of her European tour promoting her debut album ''Born to Die''.

The fascinating American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey – born Elizabeth “Lizzy” Grant is one of today’s hottest alternative pop artists worldwide. The New York state native skillfully combines various musical styles, such as blues, soul, indie and jazz with her own melancholy lyrics, thus creating a unique sound that reflects her deepest emotions.

In the summer of 2011, Del Rey released the video of her new song ''Video Games'' via ''You Tube'', which soon became a real viral sensation. The song was included in her 2012 album “Born To Die” which has sold in more than 4.4 million copies worldwide, topping the music charts with lyrical anthems such as ''Blue Jeans'', ''Born To Die'' and ''Summertime Sadness''.

 Del Rey has also received several prominent music awards, including the 2012 ''Brit Award'' for the Best International Breakthrough Act, an MTV ''European Music Award'' for the Best Alternative Act as well as this year’s ''Brit Award'' as the Best International Female Solo Artist.

Tickets to the Riga concert are already on sale at all ''Bilesu Serviss'' and ''Ticketpro'' ticket-outlets, as well as online. General admission - LVL 29, while seats start from LVL 30 to 37.

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