Lana Del Rey recently hinted she would release her next album, Lust for Life, on July 21. Regardless, what Lana Del Rey fans want to know as soon as possible is whether or not she will actually tour for Lust for Life -- or will it be another "unofficial" tour at festivals like she ended up doing for Honeymoon?
This anxiety about Lana Del Rey announcing real tour dates for Lust for Life is particularly touchy with fans on Twitter because she has not been on an official tour in America since 2015's "Endless Summer" tour that she headlined with Courtney Love and Grimes.
USA Today pointed out on June 1 that Lana Del Rey's American fans need her now more than ever for political reasons, and this could indicate that LDR fans will be supportive of a 2017 U.S. tour.
For example, they pointed out that Lana Del Rey, Miley Cyrus, and Katy Perry are all female pop stars who are taking an anti-Trump stance with their music. For Lana Del Rey's contribution, they pointed out she said that her "Coachella -- Woodstock on My Mind" song was "inspired by North Korea."
About Lana Del Rey's upcoming album, Fader reported that around the time she announced Lust for Life in February, she was also hinting at working with singer Stevie Nicks for the track "Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems."
Stevie Nicks, formerly of Fleetwood Mac, is also celebrating a 40-year anniversary with the release of Fleetwood Mac's 1977 legendary album, Rumors.
Despite the fact that announcing a tour with Stevie Nicks would likely trigger tickets to start selling out and Stevie Nicks is still performing, there is no news at this time that Stevie Nicks will be performing with Lana Del Rey in the future.
There are also no indications that Lana Del Rey might join The Weeknd for a performance.
On Twitter, fans of Lana Del Rey are happy to hear about Lust for Life, but they are also demanding tour dates.
One fan wrote on May 16, "Dear Lana Del Rey, we only want to know when you will release Lust For Life and the tour dates, we don't ask much."
Other fans speculate that Lana Del Rey will not keep her fans hanging for very long, and one wrote, "We believe that after Lust For Life, Lana may do a world tour like the Paradise Tour."
Lana Del Rey fans are also being vocal about her doing a "world" tour. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Lana Del Rey fans have complained that Europe and North America do not make a proper "world tour."
Fans in Brazil, for example, have been very vocal that Lana Del Rey should return to South America as soon as possible.
So far, it seems like Lana Del Rey might be planning to do another round of festivals as an unofficial "world" tour. For example, Lana Del Rey Crew, a fan-operated Twitter account, quoted LDR stating the following to her British audience on BBC R1's Big Weekend.
"I can't wait to come back soon for our own show, hope you enjoy the new record."
Sadly, some Lana Del Rey fans are already worried that she will not do a tour like she did with her release of Honeymoon.
Despite this, as previously reported by the Inquisitr, Lana Del Rey may not have had much of a positive spirit for touring with her Honeymoon album due to her behind-closed-doors breakup with Francesco Carrozzini.
Although they both did not indicate in public that they had broken up, Lana Del Rey's former boyfriend, Francesco Carrozzini, is now engaged to his childhood friend, Bee Shaffer.
As far as seeing Lana Del Rey live in 2017, she has announced under the "Live" section of her website concert dates at the 2017 Paris Lollapalooza Festival, the Øya Festival in Norway, the Way Out West Festival in Sweden, Flow Festival in Finland, and ends with the Krakow Live Festival in Poland on August 19.
Lana Del Rey has not indicated yet that she is reserving time after August 19 for a Lust for Life tour at this time.
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