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Lorde Bio

Lorde is one of pop music’s most unique and powerful voices. New Zealand’s most famous singer-songwriter doesn’t sound like most other pop singers: her powerful songs have a dreamy tone and an electronic edge. That unique style has made it easy for Lorde to stand out from her pop and rock peers, but it hasn’t stopped the world from falling in love with her music. At a very young age, Lorde has already conquered international pop charts and has cultivated an army of fans dedicated to getting their hands on Lorde tickets and copies of her albums.

Lorde was born Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor on November 7, 1996. She was born in Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand, to Vic O’Conner and Sanja Yelich. Lorde’s mother was a poet, and her love of words deeply influenced Lorde. Throughout Lorde’s childhood, her mother would bring her books of all different genres. Lorde read everything her mother brought her, and the books she read would later influence her poetic lyrics. The mash-up of literary genres that Lorde read foreshadowed her future musical style: like her library, Lorde’s music draws on a wide range of genres.

Lorde developed her talent for performing early on. She joined a drama club when she was just five years old, and was a trained public speaker even in her youth. In 2009, when Lorde was still in school, she and a musician friend won the school’s talent show. Their musical duo was then featured on a New Zealand radio station, where they performed live on the air. Her musical partner’s father also sent home recordings of the duo to record labels, which is how Lorde was first discovered.

Though the musical duo wasn’t destined to last, Lorde’s career was. Lorde was signed to Universal Music Group, and the label set about developing her talent. Lorde began taking vocal lessons and working with songwriters – though Lorde didn’t find her first few songwriting partners to be good fits. Finally, the label paired her with songwriter Joel Little. The two artists hit it off, and they started developing songs for Lorde’s first EP.

That EP, The Love Club EP, was released online through the music streaming service SoundCloud. More than 60,000 fans downloaded it for free, prompting Universal Music Group to give it an official release in 2013. The EP beat out full-length albums and rose to the number two spot on album charts in both New Zealand and neighboring Australia. Lorde had become a star. But it wouldn’t be until the release of the EP’s first single that Lorde tasted global superstardom.

That single was “Royals,” and it was released in June of 2013. “Royals” was a massive hit: in addition to conquering charts in New Zealand and Australia, it became a huge hit in the United Kingdom and the United States. Lorde’s song topped the Billboard Hot 100, making Lorde the youngest solo artist to achieve that feat since Tiffany did it in 1987. And Lorde’s song didn’t just hit the number one spot – it stayed there for nine weeks straight. “Royals” would eventually net Lorde two Grammys. It also netted her an army of fans around the world. Suddenly, the teenage New Zealander was everywhere: fans rushed to by Lorde tickets and copies of her EP, which at that point was still her only official release.

Lorde rushed back to the studio to record her first full-length album. That album, Pure Heroine, was released in September of 2013. It was just a few months after the success of “Royals,” and fans were quick to snap up copies of the new record. Pure Heroine topped charts in Lorde’s home country and as far away as the United Kingdom. It hit number three on the United States’ Billboard 200 chart. Pure Heroine went double platinum in the United States and 5x platinum in New Zealand.

In addition to “Royals,” Lorde’s debut album included the hit single “Tennis Court.” “Tennis Court” hit number one in New Zealand and charted well around the globe. Pure Heroine as a whole was well received by critics and fans alike. Lorde’s first full-length album showed off her innovative style, which used electronic music elements but maintained singer-songwriter vibe. Lorde’s album was moody and atmospheric, not at all like the pop music that normally dominates the Billboard charts, but fans couldn’t get enough of it.

Over the course of 2013, Lorde had gone from an anonymous young New Zealand talent to an international superstar. But she had no intentions of slowing down: by the end of the year, Lorde had already begun working on material for her follow-up.

But Lorde didn’t just stay in the studio after her big breakout – she also went on tour. By early 2014, she was touring the world. She began in North America, where American fans got their first chance to buy Lorde tickets. Lorde performed at Lollapalooza in Chicago and at other venues all around the United States and the world in 2014.

Instead of traditional album, Lorde’s next project was a movie soundtrack. She signed on to create the soundtrack to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. Lorde contributed three tracks to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2014), and also oversaw the selection of the other tracks. The result was a unique album that was both a film soundtrack and a Lorde album. The soundtrack reached number 18 on the Billboard 200 albums chart – an impressive showing for a soundtrack album – and was well received by critics. The album’s single, “Yellow Flicker Beat,” was one of Lorde’s contributions. The single charted well around the world and helped contribute to the success of the album.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack capped off a remarkable two-year run for Lorde. The girl who had been born Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor less than 20 years earlier had become one of the world’s biggest stars. She’d dominated charts in the faraway United States before she could legally drink there, and she first rose to fame before she’d even released a full-length album. Now Lorde is at the height of her powers: Lorde tickets and albums are in high demand in nearly every corner of the globe, and Lorde is the rare artist that has won mainstream appeal while making uncompromising music. Lorde is still extremely young for a superstar, yet her musical maturity is obvious to fans and critics alike. Lorde’s many fans can expect to continue to enjoy new Lorde masterpieces for a long time to come.

Top 3 Lorde Tracks:

400 Lux

Lorde Albums

Pure Heroine
  • Tennis Court
  • 400 Lux
  • Royals
  • Ribs
  • Buzzcut Season
  • Team
  • Glory and Gore
  • Still Sane
  • White Teeth Teens
  • A World Alone
  • 37:08

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Cheap Lorde Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$28.00 Lorde — 04/15/2018
Bridgestone Arena; Nashville, TN
$28.00 Lorde — 03/24/2018
Pinnacle Bank Arena; Lincoln, NE
$29.00 Lorde — 04/12/2018
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$29.00 Lorde — 03/01/2018
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI
$32.00 Lorde — 04/11/2018
Amalie Arena; Tampa, FL
$32.00 Lorde — 03/02/2018
Chaifetz Arena; St. Louis, MO
$33.00 Lorde — 03/31/2018
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$33.00 Lorde — 04/06/2018
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$33.00 Lorde — 03/21/2018
BOK Center; Tulsa, OK
$34.00 Lorde — 03/25/2018
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA

Best and Most Expensive Lorde Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$9,999.00Lorde — 11/21/2017
Sydney Opera House; Sydney, Australia
$994.00Lorde — 11/18/2017
Kings Park Stadium; Durban, South Africa
$961.00Lorde — 11/23/2017
Riverstage; Brisbane, Australia
$166.00Lorde — 04/09/2018
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$79.00Lorde — 03/09/2018
Key Arena; Seattle, WA
$68.00Lorde — 04/04/2018
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$60.00Lorde — 10/07/2014
Greek Theatre; Los Angeles, CA
$58.00Lorde — 03/03/2018
Sprint Center; Kansas City, MO
$54.00Lorde — 03/29/2018
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$54.00Lorde — 03/08/2018
Rogers Arena; Vancouver, BC