Lorde San Diego Tickets
The New Zealand born singer, with the stage name Lorde has definitely turned many heads with her singing. Her real name is Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor. The most defining feature of the young artist is perhaps her voice. Her soothing timbre voice can instantly become fiery as the beat drops. This mastery over her voice has led Lorde to many chart topping singles and awards. As her musical inspirations, Lorde has quoted the names of Nicki Minaj and James Blake. This points to a lot of diversity in her pool of influence. Get Lorde San Diego tickets and watch the young singer take command as she comes on stage at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre.
Lorde has quickly gained popularity and become a familiar name in global pop. Her mane of untied frizzly hair and purple lipstick has led many in her young fan based to imitate her goth like appearance.However Lorde’s achievements have been much more, than having legions of loyal fans. The seventeen year old managed to top the Billboard Hot 100, with her debut song “Royals”.
She became the only solo artist from New Zealand to grab the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Lorde also received four Grammy Award nominations at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. She won the award for “Best Pop Solo Performance” and “Song of the Year.” Earlier in 2014, she was awarded the Brit Award for “International Female Solo Artist.” Buy Lorde San Diego tickets and hear the artist captivate the audience with her singing. San Diego, the second largest city in California, is known for its many attractions, vast sandy beaches and great weather. A huge turnout can be expected as Lorde comes to “America’s Finest City”.
Lorde’s concerts don’t employ many technical effects. While some of her upbeat songs are accompanied by flashy lights, most songs require sparse lighting, making Lorde the center of attention. The immense talent she possesses becomes all the more apparent then. Without the use of twerking or complicated dance moves, Lorde stirs the audiences with her singing alone. For her plentiful young fans out there, she is definitely their "queen bee".