The Festival Tour is the unofficial title of the fourth concert tour by Lana Del Rey, it was in support of her third major-label album Honeymoon. It began in Warsaw, Poland on June 3, 2016, and ended in Mexico City, Mexico on November 20, 2016.
Although Del Rey did not embark on an official headlining concert tour to promote her fourth studio album and third major-label album, Honeymoon, she performed at music festivals around the world starting in June 2016. In early December 2015, the first date announced was for the Park Live Festival in Moscow, Russia. The rest of the dates were announced over the next several months. The tour included performances across various European and North American countries.
On March 23, 2016, Del Rey wrote on Instagram "Ladies and gentlemen, I'm coming to some of the most beautiful places in the world this summer for festivals. Absolutely can't wait to see everyone on our way through Switzerland, Greece, Ireland and many more stops until we eventually play back home in August in California. I'll be keeping you updated and posting the festival flyers as they come out. All my love, Lana Del Rey".
The tour originally included shows in Latin America at Lollapalooza Colombia in Bogotá, Colombia, and at Live Out Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico, although they were both cancelled due to the main headlining act not being able to appear at Lollapalooza Colombia, and logistics problems associated with Del Rey's Live Out Monterrey performance.
Specifics and visuals Edit
The Festival Tour stage featured a large signature light up "del Rey" sign above the stage as well as cinematic style green curtains framing the screen that displayed visuals behind Del Rey. The tour was the first of Del Rey's tours that featured choreographed dances and backup dancers. The two dancers, Alexandria Kaye and Ashley Rodriguez, danced and sang beside Del Rey during many songs in the set. The Festival Tour was also the first tour by Lana Del Rey where she played guitar onstage for selected songs.
The setlist varied from date to date, but in total, it is composed of 25 songs: 7 from Born to Die, 5 from Honeymoon, 4 from Ultraviolence, 3 from Paradise, 1 cover, 1 unreleased song, 1 soundtrack song, and 3 other songs that were used as intros/interludes.
- "Full Moon" (Intro)
- "Cruel World"
- "Blue Jeans"
- "Chelsea Hotel No. 2" *
- "West Coast" *
- "Born to Die"
- "Young and Beautiful" *
- "Albedo 0.39" (Interlude) *
- "Salvatore" *
- "High by the Beach"
- "Freak" *
- "Clair de Lune" (Interlude) *
- "Carmen" *
- "Serial Killer" *
- "Art Deco" *
- "Ultraviolence" *
- "Old Money" *
- "Ride" *
- "Summertime Sadness" *
- "Yayo" *
- "Video Games"
- "Off to the Races"
Songs marked with an asterisk (*) were not performed at every date. "West Coast" was performed on June 3, 2016 at Orange Warsaw Festival 2016, Warsaw, Poland, an acapella snippet of "Salvatore" was performed on July 13, 2016 at Montreux Jazz Festival 2016, Montreux, Switzerland similarly to "Chelsea Hotel No. 2" performed on July 30, 2016 at Osheaga Festival 2016, Montreal, QC, Canada. "Old Money" was only performed on November 20, 2016 at Corona Capital in Mexico City, Mexico, at the same show, she sang a brief acapella snippet of "Art Deco" by audience request. "Clair de Lune" the famous piano piece by Claude Debussy was used as an interlude on June 3, 2016 at the Orange Warsaw Festival in Warsaw, Poland after Del Rey sang "Freak". "Young and Beautiful" was performed on July 23, 2016, at the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival.
Tour dates Edit
|June 3, 2016||Warsaw||Poland||Orange Warsaw Festival||N/A|
|July 9, 2016||Werchter||Belgium||TW Classic Festival|
|July 10, 2016||Moscow||Russia||Park Live Festival|
|July 13, 2016||Montreux||Switzerland||Montreux Jazz Festival||Max Jury|
|July 15, 2016||Locarno||Moon and Stars||Aloe Blacc|
|July 17, 2016||Carhaix-Plouguer||France||Les Vieilles Charrues||N/A|
|July 19, 2016||Malakasa||Greece||Rockwave Festival|
|July 23, 2016||Monaco City||Monaco||Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival|
|July 28, 2016||Chicago||United States||Lollapalooza||N/A|
|July 30, 2016||Montreal||Canada||Osheaga Festival|
|August 7, 2016||San Francisco||United States||Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival|
|August 28, 2016||Dana Point||Ohana Festival|
|September 4, 2016||Stradbally||Ireland||Electric Picnic||N/A|
|November 20, 2016||Mexico City||Mexico||Corona Capital||N/A|
Cancelled shows Edit
|September 17/18, 2016||Bogotá||Colombia||Lollapalooza Colombia||N/A|
|October 1, 2016||Monterrey||Mexico||Live Out Monterrey|
Promotional festival lineup posters Edit
Del Rey's name appears in each lineup.
Merchandise was not sold at all dates, and the selection varied.
- ↑ Lana Del Rey - Park Live Festival, Moscow
- ↑ Instagram - Photo taken by lanadelrey
- ↑ Spin - "Lollapalooza Colombia Canceled After Headliner Pulls Out" (July 2, 2016)
- ↑ Milenio - "Lana Del Rey cancela concierto en Monterrey" (August 19, 2016)
- ↑ Setlist.fm - Festival Tour 2016
- ↑ Twitter - Lana Del Rey Crew status, June 3 2016
- ↑ Twitter - Honeymoon News status, July 14 2016
- ↑ Twitter - Honeymoon News status, July 31 2016
- ↑ Songkick - Lana Del Rey