(UPDATE - 1/7) Lana Del Rey is scheduled to start her Endless Summer tour in May, but she’s already making plans for her next album. Del Rey told Billboard the name of the album will be Honeymoon and she has already written nine songs for the followup to 2014’s Ultraviolence. In the interview, Del Rey states the album will sound different from Ultraviolence, but similar to her 2012 breakthrough Born To Die.
Before the tour, Del Rey could also become an Academy Award winner due to her work on “Big Eyes,” the title track to Tim Burton’s most recent movie.
The tour, which runs from May to the middle of June, currently has an average price of $160.06 on the secondary market. The most expensive date is the last, June 16 at Cruzan Amphitheatre with an average price of $285.56 and a get-in price of $35.
The Hole frontwoman will appear on the first eight dates of The Endless Summer Tour, which kicks off at The Woodlands’ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on May 7 – tickets for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $59.
Love, who teased the ‘exciting news’ on Twitter last weekend, first spoke of her unlikely touring partner back in 2012 when Del Rey covered Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box,” and recently admitted that she would be open to a collaboration with the star, ‘if the song was right.’
Hundreds of Lana Del Rey tickets are waiting to be snapped up on TicketIQ with the May 9 date at Dallas’ Gexa Energy Pavilion with the lowest get-in price at $58, and the May 12 concert at Morrison’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre with the highest at $135.
Fans with Lana Del Rey tickets should look forward to hearing all the highlights from her 2012 debut, Born To Die, and this year’s chart-topping follow-up, Ultraviolence, including breakthrough hit “Video Games,” and the US Hot 100 entries, “Summertime Sadness,” “West Coast” and “Shades of Cool.”