Lana Del Rey in concert at Atlanta’s Philips Arena


The softly sultry sounds of Lana del Rey filled Philips Arena on Monday night. She’s touring behind her recent album, “Lust for Life,” released in July 2017. It was nominated for a Grammy and topped the Billboard chart. Here are a few photos from her Feb. 5, 2018, show at Philips Arena. You’ll find a link to many more photos from the concert below.

Lana Del Rey entertained a large crowd as she brought her “LA to the Moon” tour to Philips Arena on Monday, February 5, 2018.

Following her entrance to the theme from the 1962 Blake Edwards-directed thriller "Experiment in Terror" (written by the late Henry Mancini), Lana Del Rey sings "13 Beaches" to open the show.

Lana Del Rey opens the show with "13 Beaches," taken from her latest album, "Lust for Life." In the song, she sings "It took thirteen beaches to find one empty,/ But finally it's mine."

Lana Del Rey sings "Pretty When You Cry," a song from her 2014 album "Ultraviolence."

Lana Del Rey's latest album, "Lust for Life," landed on numerous year-end best-of lists, including those compiled by Billboard, Rolling Stone, Pop Matters and Pitchfork.

You’ll find many more photos from Lana Del Rey’s Philips Arena concert here.


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