This page lists information on Lana Del Rey's activities during April, 2014.

April 1[edit source]

Del Rey out and about with Barrie James O'Neill in Los Angeles, California.

April 2[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Mathieu Cesar for the French publication Next Libération at the Sheats Goldstein Residence in Los Angeles. She was later photographed by Neil Krug for Ultraviolence.

Mathieu Cesar photoshoot[edit source]

Behind the scenes[edit source]

Neil Krug photoshoot[edit source]

April 3[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug.

Del Rey later shot scenes for the "West Coast" music video with Bradley Soileau. She was also photographed on set by Neil Krug and Mark Martin.

Neil Krug photoshoot[edit source]

Mark Martin photoshoot[edit source]

April 4[edit source]

Del Rey shot scenes for the "West Coast" music video with Mark Mahoney. She was also photographed on set by Mark Martin.

Mark Martin photoshoot[edit source]

April 5[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug.

April 7[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug.

April 9[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug.

April 11[edit source]

Del Rey with Rob and Chuck on the plane to Las Vegas, Nevada.

Del Rey with Rob in Las Vegas before her concert.

Del Rey performed at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

00. "Intro"

01. "Cola"

02. "Body Electric"

03. "Blue Jeans"

04. "Born to Die"

05. "Carmen"

06. "Young and Beautiful"

07. "West Coast" (Acapella snippet)

08. "Million Dollar Man"

09. “Ride

10. "Gods & Monsters"

11. "Summertime Sadness"

12. “Video Games

13. "Without You"

14. "National Anthem"

April 13[edit source]

Del Rey performed at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Setlist:

April 14[edit source]

"West Coast", the lead single from Del Rey's second major-label album, Ultraviolence, was officially released as a single worldwide.

April 15[edit source]

Del Rey met fans before her concert in Phoenix, Arizona.

Del Rey performed at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.

Setlist:

00. "Intro"

01. "Cola"

02. "Body Electric"

03. "Blue Jeans"

04. "West Coast"

05. "Born to Die"

06. "Million Dollar Man"

07. "Gods & Monsters"

08. "Young and Beautiful"

09. “Carmen

10. "Ride"

13. "Video Games"

14. "National Anthem"

April 18[edit source]

Del Rey at her home in Los Angeles, California.

Del Rey met fans outside the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium before her concert in San Francisco, California.

Del Rey performed at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California

Setlist:

April 20[edit source]

Del Rey performed at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Performance[edit source]

After performance[edit source]

April 21[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug for Clash Magazine in a shoot titled "Pacific Succulents".

Photoshoot[edit source]

Behind the scenes[edit source]

April 22[edit source]

Del Rey met a fan in Los Angeles, California.

April 23[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug for Ultraviolence.

She later performed at the Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie, Texas.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

April 25[edit source]

Del Rey performed at Champions Square in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

April 27[edit source]

Del Rey arrived at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida.

Del Rey performed at The Fillmore in Miami, Florida.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

April 28[edit source]

Del Rey performed at the Hard Rock Café in Orlando, Florida.

Setlist:

April (Unknown day)[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Francesco Carrozzini.

Photoshoot[edit source]

Behind the scenes[edit source]

Photoshoot[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug for Complex Magazine.

Behind the scenes[edit source]


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