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

June 1[edit source]

Del Rey was seen arriving at the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood, California with Francesco Carrozzini.

June 2[edit source]

Del Rey was seen arriving at the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood, California.

Del Rey went out to visit a friend in Los Angeles, California.

June 3[edit source]

Del Rey met fans outside the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood, California.

June 4[edit source]

"Ultraviolence" was released as the second promotional single from the album Ultraviolence.

Del Rey was spotted by fans in Los Angeles, California.

Del Rey was seen arriving at the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood, California with Francesco Carrozzini.

June 6[edit source]

Del Rey was interviewed by various radio stations in Los Angeles.

102.7 Kiis FM Radio[edit source]

Arriving at ALT 98.7[edit source]

ALT 98.7 Studio[edit source]

KROQ Radio[edit source]

June 7[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Kurt Iswarienko for The New York Times.

Del Rey had dinner at Craig's Restaurant in West Hollywood, California.

June 8[edit source]

"Brooklyn Baby" was released as the third promotional single from the album Ultraviolence.

Del Rey was photographed by Theo Wenner for Rolling Stone magazine.

Photoshoot[edit source]

Behind the scenes[edit source]

Del Rey and her mother Patricia Grant attended a private wedding in Los Angeles, where Del Rey also performed.

June 9[edit source]

Del Rey filmed scenes for the "Freak" music video and was and was photographed on-set by Adam Powell.

  • Note: The "Freak" music video was shot in 2014, and it was originally meant to be the "Ultraviolence" music video. It was discarded until 2016, and a different music video was shot for "Ultraviolence" later in 2014.

Adam Powell photoshoot[edit source]

June 10[edit source]

Del Rey was shot scenes for the "Freak" music video and was photographed on-set by Neil Krug

  • Note: The "Freak" music video was shot in 2014, and it was originally meant to be the "Ultraviolence" music video. It was discarded until 2016, and a different music video was shot for "Ultraviolence" later in 2014.

Neil Krug photoshoot[edit source]

June 11[edit source]

Del Rey was photographed by Neil Krug.

  • Also known as Pale Fire
  • Note: The videos taken during this shoot were used later on for the "Music to Watch Boys To" and "Freak" music videos, in 2015 and 2016.

June 12[edit source]

Del Rey arrived at Heathrow Airport in London, United Kingdom.

June 13[edit source]

Ultraviolence, Del Rey's third studio album and second major-label album was officially released by UMG Recordings.

Del Rey performed at the NorthSide Festival in Aarhus, Denmark.

Setlist:

June 14[edit source]

Del Rey performed at Bergenhus Festning in Bergen, Norway, for Bergenfest.

Setlist:

June 17[edit source]

The official music video for "Shades of Cool" was released on YouTube.

June 18[edit source]

Del Rey went out with a friend in New York City, New York.

June 20[edit source]

Del Rey arriving at the Berlin Tegel Airport in Tegel, Germany.

Del Rey performed at Zitadelle Spandau in Berlin, Germany, for the Citadel Music Festival.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

June 21[edit source]

Del Rey celebrated her 29th birthday with family and friends in Paris, France.

Del Rey performed at L'Olympia Bruno Coquatrix in Paris, France, for Fête de la Musique.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

00. "Intro"

01. "Cola"

02. "Blue Jeans"

03. "West Coast"

04. "Born to Die"

05. "Ultraviolence"

06. "Video Games"

June 23[edit source]

Del Rey spent time out in Paris, France.

June 24[edit source]

Del Rey was seen in Paris, France, by fans.

June 25[edit source]

Del Rey arrived at Heathrow Airport in London, United Kingdom.

June 26[edit source]

Del Rey performed at the Bråvalla Festival in Norrköping, Sweden.

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

00. "Intro"

01. "Cola"

02. "Body Electric"

03. "Blue Jeans"

04. "West Coast"

05. "Born to Die"

06. "Ultraviolence"

07. "Young and Beautiful"

08. “Summertime Sadness

09. "Ride"

10. “Video Games

11. "National Anthem"

Backstage[edit source]

June 28[edit source]

Del Rey performed at Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, United Kingdom.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

Setlist:

00. "Intro"

01. "Cola"

02. "Body Electric"

03. "Blue Jeans"

04. "West Coast"

05. "Born to Die"

06. "Ultraviolence"

07. "Young and Beautiful"

08. "Summertime Sadness"

09. “Ride

10. “Video Games

11. "National Anthem"

June 30[edit source]

Del Rey out for dinner with Francesco Carrozzini and friends.

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