Lana Del Rey Fans Review New Stage Material Before Lollapalooza

Lana Del Rey will play very few shows in North America in 2016, and fans have been flooding her Instagram with thousands of comments each time she posts about a new concert from overseas.

So far, Lana Del Rey has kicked off her unofficial 2016 festival tour by playing Warsaw, Poland's Orange Festival on June 3. By the end of July, Lana Del Rey will have played in Monaco, Locarno and Montreux in Switzerland, a festival in Athens, Greece, and another in Carhaix, France.

However, before Lana Del Rey plays one of her first North American shows on July 28, she has been trying out some new material.

After all, when Lana Del Rey graces the stage in Chicago for Lollapalooza, it will be for their historic 25-year anniversary. This means that if Lana Del Rey had anything new planned for Lollapalooza, she might want to try it out in front of a live audience, first.

Lana Del Rey will do a festival tour in 2016.
Lana Del Rey did not plan a 2016 tour but instead opted to play multiple festivals around the world. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

In particular, Lana Del Rey turned a lot of heads online when she posted video of her performing with backup singers. Lana Del Rey was also doing a series of choreographed dance moves.

While most Lana Del Rey fans love everything she does, there were some mixed feelings posted in the comments section of her Instagram page. Lana Del Rey's July 11 post from one of her concerts with the dancing and backup singers garnered over 5,100 comments and some specifically rated the her new ideas.

For example, one fan writes that Lana Del Rey does not "need back up dancers." Another says, "I don't know, it's weird to see her dance like that, I do not like it."

While some fans liked the new performance routines Lana Del Rey posted on Instagram, other said she looked "awkward and not comfortable dancing."

Other fans covered for Lana Del Rey and said that since it was one of her first times dancing, fans should expect that she has not yet perfected her moves.

Pop Crush verified these feelings with their article from July 10 when they quoted Lana Del Rey from 2012 stating "I'm not a natural performer…"

On the other hand, some fans absolutely loved both the dancing and the Lana Del Rey backup singers.

A fan that has seen Lana Del Rey perform live in the past wrote "where was this Lana when we went to see her, the dances, the dancers? I'm mad."

Another fan writes "I would actually die to see Lana rocking these 60's go go dancer girl band vibes in real life."

Interestingly, this is not the only new thing from Lana Del Rey as of late. For example, Lana Del Rey's "unofficial" video for her song "Honeymoon" has been leaked, according to Diffuser. As it appears, Lana Del Rey did not officially release it because she thought "nothing really happened" in the video.

Rolling Stone says that Lana Del Rey has also debuted her song "Salvatore" acapella style at a concert at the Montreux Jazz Festival simply because a fan requested it.

Lana Del Rey will play Lollapalooza in Chicago on July 28
Lana Del Rey might have more to her show than fans expected when she plays Lollapalooza in Chicago on July 28. (Photo by Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP)

For fans that want to see some of this new material from Lana Del Rey, the good news is that her tour will continue until as late as October 1, when she plays a concert in Monterrey, Mexico.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Lana Del Rey still has several dates coming up in America, Canada and other European countries -- and she has been continuously adding more concert dates as time goes on.

For North American fans excited to see her in concert in 2016, Lana Del Rey will perform at Lollapalooza on July 28 in Chicago. On July 30, Lana Del Rey will continue her unofficial tour with the Osheaga Festival in Montreal, Canada.

Lana Del Rey will resume touring America with a concert on August 7 at San Francisco's Outside Lands Festival and another on August 28 at the Ohana Festival in Dana Point, California.

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