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Lana Del Rey Bio

Lana Del Rey doesn’t take a traditional approach to pop or songwriting, but that hasn’t stopped her from becoming one of the most influential singers working today. In fact, Del Rey’s unique baroque pop style has won her critical acclaim and an army of dedicated fans. And Del Rey’s singular approach has kept her relevant for longer than many of her contemporaries lasted: following a decade of musical evolution, Lana Del Rey tickets and albums are selling better than ever.

Lana Del Rey has had a unique rise to stardom to go with her unique musical style. Del Rey was first noticed when she was still a student at Fordham University, and she worked on her first album while living in a trailer park – a unique working environment for an artist who now lives in Brooklyn. But her true breakout only came after she took control of her own musical destiny and took some time to think about her direction.

Lana Del Rey was born in New York City on June 21, 1985. Her birth name was Elizabeth Woolridge Grant. Her father was a former copywriter who became an entrepreneur, and her mother was a former account executive who later became a schoolteacher. Like her parents, Grant was destined to change career paths: originally, Del Rey planned to be a poet.

Del Rey didn’t grow up in New York City – instead, her parents whisked her away to scenic Lake Placid, New York, way upstate. Del Rey attended Catholic school and had her first musical experiences through the church, where she sang with the religious choir at services. But Del Rey’s childhood was far from idyllic. She struggled with alcohol abuse at an early age and was sent away to private school at 15 to help her through her issues.

After Del Rey graduated from high school, she was admitted to the State University of New York at Geneseo, a liberal arts college in Upstate New York. But Del Rey didn’t want to head to SUNY Geneseo, and instead headed downstate to spend some time with her aunt and uncle on Long Island. She worked as a waitress there, and found a new passion: her uncle taught her how to play the guitar, and she fell in love with performing and songwriting.

Del Rey began performing around the New York metropolitan area. The first Lana Del Rey tickets were sold that year, but the performances were small-time affairs. A dedicated local fan base in Brooklyn followed Del Rey, but few realized how famous she would one day be.

After her year off from school, Del Rey headed to Fordham University in the Bronx. She majored in philosophy, hoping to explore the intersections between technology and spirituality.

While in college, Del Rey continued to perform. She participated in the Williamsburg Live Songwriting Competition in 2006, when she met a representative from independent record company 5 Points Records. The following year, she signed on with the company and moved out of the Bronx to a trailer park in North Bergen, New Jersey. There, she began working on the songs that would make her famous.

Del Rey soon recorded her first EP, Kill Kill, which was released in 2008. It was released under Del Rey’s real name, Lizzy Grant. Her first full-length album, the self-titled Lana Del Ray (as she spelled her stage name early on), followed in 2010. Del Rey’s stage name was dreamed up by the record executives who were trying to promote her.

But Del Rey didn’t feel that those record executives were promoting her enough. She bought back rights to the new album and tried to stop its distribution. She chose a new manager and moved to London for a time to re-think her strategy.

When Del Rey returned to the spotlight in 2011, she got much more attention. She released her new songs as YouTube videos, which proved to be a savvy move: her videos, especially “Video Games,” went viral and helped draw attention to her career. Del Rey became a star before her first album was even released: on the strength of her videos, she was invited to perform on Saturday Night Live. The performance, however, didn’t go well: along with her first taste of fame, Del Rey got her first dose of criticism.

Despite that setback, 2012 proved to be a banner year for Del Rey. She released her new album, Born to Die, and announced the re-release of her debut album. Born to Die hit number one in 11 countries and became the best-selling album of the year. The success of Born to Die made Lana Del Rey a star: the singer with the haunting voice who had first broken into the mainstream consciousness with her YouTube videos was now also the queen of the pop charts and live performances. Fans rushed to get their hands on copies of both albums and to buy Lana Del Rey tickets.

Del Rey didn’t wait long to capitalize on her newfound success. She quickly released a new EP, Paradise, and new singles to go along with it. The new record included the single “Ride,” which showcased Del Rey’s voice and made her a superstar in a growing sub-genre of moody, soulful pop.

Del Rey released yet another EP, Tropico, in 2013. It was a companion project to a short film of the same name, which starred Del Rey. Del Rey was beginning to expand her artistic vision to include other genres and mediums, and fans loved it.

In 2014, two years after her 2012 breakout, Del Rey returned with another full-length album release. Ultraviolence was her third studio album and her first album since 2012’s Born to Die. The new album was a big hit: Ultraviolence debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart and sold well. Its first sales week set a career best for Del Rey, and the album was soon certified gold.

And Del Rey hasn’t slowed down since then. Her latest album, 2014’s Honeymoon, has been well received both commercially and critically. Honeymoon saw Del Rey returning to some of the stylistic choices that made Born to Die a hit, and critics and fans both loved it.

Today, Del Rey continues to tour and record. Her distinctive, moody voice and her powerful songwriting have made her a unique and influential pop star. Del Rey approaches songwriting and performing from a different angle than most stars, and her fans wouldn’t have it any other way.

Top 3 Lana Del Rey Tracks:

Diet Mountain Dew
Body Electric

Lana Del Rey Albums

Lana Del Ray
  • Kill Kill
  • Queen of the Gas Station
  • Oh Say Can You See
  • Gramma (Blue Ribbon Sparkler Trailer Heaven)
  • For K, Pt. 2
  • Jump
  • Mermaid Motel
  • Raise Me Up (Mississippi South)
  • Pawn Shop Blues
  • Brite Lites
  • Put Me in a Movie
  • Smarty
  • Yayo
  • 47:23
Born to Die
  • Blue Jeans
  • Born to Die
  • Off to the Races
  • Video Games
  • Diet Mountain Dew
  • National Anthem
  • Dark Paradise
  • Radio
  • Carmen
  • Million Dollar Man
  • Summertime Sadness
  • This Is What Makes Us Girls
  • 49:28
  • Cruel World
  • Ultraviolence
  • Shades of Cool
  • Brooklyn Baby
  • West Coast
  • Sad Girl
  • Pretty When You Cry
  • Money Power Glory
  • Fucked My Way Up to the Top
  • Old Money
  • The Other Woman
  • 51:24

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Cheap Lana Del Rey Tickets

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$21.00 Lana Del Rey — 05/22/2015
Sunlight Supply Amphitheater; Ridgefield, WA
$22.00 Lana Del Rey — 06/14/2015
Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood; Atlanta, GA
$26.00 Lana Del Rey — 06/09/2015
Xfinity Center; Mansfield, MA
$28.00 Lana Del Rey — 05/30/2015
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - Chicago; Tinley Park, IL
$28.00 Lana Del Rey — 06/04/2015
Bell Centre; Montreal, PQ
$30.00 Lana Del Rey — 05/31/2015
DTE Energy Music Theatre; Clarkston, MI
$30.00 Lana Del Rey — 05/16/2015
Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre CA; Chula Vista, CA
$33.00 Lana Del Rey — 01/26/2018
Bryce Jordan Center; University Park, PA
$35.00 Lana Del Rey — 05/14/2015
Ak-Chin Pavilion; Phoenix, AZ
$37.00 Lana Del Rey — 02/28/2018
Waikiki Shell; Honolulu, HI

Best and Most Expensive Lana Del Rey Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$4,871.00Lana Del Rey — 09/05/2017
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium; San Francisco, CA
$503.00Lana Del Rey — 08/01/2017
House of Blues Anaheim; Anaheim, CA
$432.00Lana Del Rey — 07/31/2017
House of Blues San Diego; San Diego, CA
$337.00Lana Del Rey — 10/23/2017
Terminal 5; New York, NY
$298.00Lana Del Rey — 10/17/2014
Hollywood Forever; Los Angeles, CA
$250.00Lana Del Rey — 10/18/2014
Hollywood Forever; Los Angeles, CA
$234.00Lana Del Rey — 06/06/2015
The Borgata Event Center; Atlantic City, NJ
$219.00Lana Del Rey — 02/09/2016
Wiltern Theatre; Los Angeles, CA
$170.00Lana Del Rey — 10/24/2017
Terminal 5; New York, NY
$154.00Lana Del Rey — 05/18/2015
Hollywood Bowl; Hollywood, CA