Lana Del Rey has said she is looking to put a cap on the size of venues she is to play as the singer embarks on promotional duties for her imminent debut album ‘Born To Die‘.
Speaking to MTV News, Del Rey explained how she is planning to perform numerous dates at smaller capacity venues, rather than moving on to one-off larger gigs.
“I’m capping every venue at 900 because I don’t want to perform for more than that,” she said. “So what I want to do is do three nights in New York, at like Irving Plaza, and then three nights at the El Rey in LA, and then, in between, do 15 cities, and cap it at 900 capacity venues.”
Meanwhile, Lana Del Rey was forced to cancel a gig in London last night (January 24th), with a statement explaining:
“Due to illness Lana Del Rey is regrettably not able to perform at tonight’s MTV UK Brand New For 2012 show at London’s KOKO and sends her apologies to all her fans.”
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