Lorde Nashville Tickets
While still reaping the fruits of her smash hit single Royals, Lorde will be visiting her fans in North America with a summer headlining tour that will have her playing sixteen dates across the country. The North American tour started off on March 3, 2014 at Austin Music Hall and will continue all the way up till fall. During her North American run, Lorde will be taking stage at various music festivals in addition to making her debut at Nashville’s very own Grand Ole Opry House. The event is scheduled to be staged on September 22, 2014 and the Lorde Nashville tickets are up for grabs for all her fans. Get yours in advance.
Lorde took over mainstream American music scene like a storm with her breakthrough hit single Royals, and now she’s breaking attendance records while on her headlining North American tour. Her fans in the city of Nashville, TN will get to witness her performing live for the first time in the city on September 22, 2014. Since this upcoming Lorde Nashville concert is going to be the only chance that the Nashville fans will get to see her live, it is about time you get your Lorde Nashville tickets before other fans take them all away.
Originally hailing from New Zealand, this seventeen years old young pop star became the first solo musician from New Zealand to reign supreme on the Billboard Hot 100. Her single, Royals, debuted on New Zealand Top 40 at number one spot and soon took the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 as well. In addition to a long nine-week run at the top of the Charts, Lorde also ended up earning four Grammy Award nominations including a win for the category of ‘Song of the Year’.
Quite recently the Royals singer took to the stage at New York City’s Roseland Ballroom for three back to back concerts. With her 75-minute long set, Lorde sang to sold out crowds for three straight nights, effortlessly flaunting her prowess as a strong live performer. Just like her debut album, Lorde has been receiving rave reviews as a live performer as well and a bunch of sold out North American performances this year are advocating that fact.