Lana Del Rey - Fillmore Miami Beach

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Check out Crossfade's full 50-photo slideshow from Lana Del Rey at the Fillmore Miami Beach.

Lana Del Rey
Fillmore Miami Beach
Sunday, April 27, 2014

Better Than: Staying at home, sobbing over the "West Coast" music vid.

Lana Del Rey, despite producing a steady output of mostly excellent recordings over the past few years, still somehow elicits a fairly polarizing response from people (read: Internet gnomes).

However, on Sunday night, it was as if we had walked into the Lana Del Rey fan club. The sold-out show at the Fillmore Miami Beach even attracted crowds that waited in lines that stretched around the block, just to get in to see the mercurial crooner.

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Photo by Marta Xochilt Perez
Check out Crossfade's full 50-photo slideshow from Lana Del Rey at the Fillmore Miami Beach.

Hundreds of girls in floral dresses and Lana's trademark flower-crowns gathered on this evening to worship at the altar of their soul-pop savior. Most told us that they had gotten their headwear from Forever 21. And predictably, the crowd was overwhelmingly dominated by teens and early 20-somethings.

Photo by Marta Xochilt Perez

Fans fiendishly chanted, begging Lana to grace the stage. The set was a tableaux arrangement with props taken from her various music videos: candles, fake California palm trees, a grand piano and a large screen.

Oddly, the palm trees lacked the surreal West Coast effect that Lana was likely going for in the context of a concert on South Beach.

Photo by Marta Xochilt Perez

When Mrs. Rey finally took the mic in a chic pastel pink gown, the crowd predictably went apeshit. These were her acolytes and they would chant every word of every song for the few songs of the show.

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Location Info


The Fillmore Miami Beach

1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Music

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love your blog very well said i agree what you say shows you have appreciation for great music. also tjose commented love the miami performance lana del rey did great great job

Alison Mahoney
Alison Mahoney

Ellie and Ronia, sounds like we should be bummed we're not seeing her at the Ryman.

Kathy Paz
Kathy Paz

The second song is called "Body Electric" not "Marilyn Monroe." :)


The first song is called Cola, not Pepsi Cola. Who writes this shit?

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