This page lists information on Lana Del Rey's activities during March, 2018.

March 2[edit source]

Del Rey attended a Robert Plant concert at the Oprheum in Los Angeles, California. She was later photographed leaving the venue.

March 5[edit source]

Del Rey attended the Vanity Fair x Apple Music party and dinner.

March 7[edit source]

Del Rey posted a photo with Marina Diamandis, FKA Twigs, and Florence on Instagram.[1]

"DIY"

March 8[edit source]

Del Rey posted a FaceTime screenshot with Rick Nowels on Instagram.

"Rick!"

  • Note: the post has since been deleted.

March 9[edit source]

Del Rey tweeted "Happy birthday Blake Stranathan you’re the best guitar player in the whole world."[2]

March 10[edit source]

Del Rey posted a photo with Chuck Grant on Instagram.[3]

"Lovers of trees 🌲"

March 12[edit source]

Del Rey (@lanadelrey) posted a photo of Jack Antonoff on her Instagram.[4]

"Yesterday I made Jack an orange bracelet"

March 13[edit source]

Del Rey attended the "Flower" movie premiere afterparty in Los Angeles, California.

March 15[edit source]

Del Rey was at an airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Del Rey was later spotted by fans at Patio Bullrich shopping center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Del Rey attended Tango Night at Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Del Rey posted photos to Instagram (@honeymoon).

March 17[edit source]

Del Rey performed at the San Isidro Racecourse in Buenos Aires, Argentina as part of the LA to the Moon Tour.

March 18[edit source]

Del Rey performed at O'Higgins Park in Santiago, Chile as part of the LA to the Moon Tour.

Backstage[edit source]

Performance[edit source]

March 19[edit source]

Del Rey arrived at Galeão International Airport in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

March 20[edit source]

Del Rey was seen with Andrei Gillott at Leblon Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Del Rey was later spotted near Jobi Bar in Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

March 21[edit source]

Del Rey visited Crystal Hair Salon with Vogue Brazil in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

March 22[edit source]

Del Rey was at El Dorado Airport in Bogotá, Colombia.

March 23[edit source]

Del Rey met fans outside of her hotel in Bogotá, Colombia.

Del Rey performed at the Sports Park 222 in Bogotá, Colombia as part of the LA to the Moon Tour.

March 25[edit source]

Del Rey performed at the José Carlos Pace Racetrack in São Paulo, Brazil as part of the LA to the Moon Tour.

Setlist:

00. "Experiment in Terror" (intro)

01. "13 Beaches"

02. "Cherry"

03. "Scarborough Fair"

04. "Pretty When You Cry"

05. "White Mustang"

06. "High by the Beach"

07. "Born to Die"

08. "Blue Jeans"

00. "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" (interlude)

09. "National Anthem"

10. "West Coast"

11. "Lust for Life"

12. "Change"

13. "Black Beauty"

14. "Young and Beautiful"

15. "Ride"

16. "Video Games"

17. "Ultraviolence"

18. "Serial Killer" (audience request)

19. "Yayo"

20. "Get Free" (audience request)

21. "Summertime Sadness"

Del Rey tweeted "Yo if you ever hear me complain about anything – just remind me of this show in São Paulo" after her show in São Paulo, Brazil.[5]

March 26[edit source]

Del Rey departed from São Paulo International Airport in São Paulo, Brazil.

Del Rey tweeted "Thank you São Paulo, on the way to Australia now."[6]

March 28[edit source]

Del Rey landed at Brisbane International Airport in Brisbane, Australia.

March 29[edit source]

Del Rey was seen at a local café in Byron Bay, Australia.

Del Rey and Børns performed at the Riverstage in Brisbane, Australia as part of the LA to the Moon Tour.

Del Rey posted on Instagram and Twitter a snippet of a new song, "Happiness Is a Butterfly".[7]

"happiness is a butterfly. try to catch it like everynight. it escapes from my hands into moonlight. everyday is a lullaby. I hum it on the phone like everynight and sing it for my babies on the tour life."

March 31[edit source]

Del Rey was spotted in the city and at Arbory Bar & Eatery in Melbourne, Australia.

Del Rey met fans near her hotel in Melbourne, Australia.

Del Rey and Børns performed at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, Australia as part of the LA to the Moon Tour.

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