Lana Del Rey Apologizes to Dallas Fans After Abrupt Show Cancellation
Lana Del Rey apologized to fans in Dallas via Instagram after her show in the Texan city was abruptly canceled last night (May 9).
The "Life is Beautiful" songstress posted a video telling fans how sorry she was that she couldn't make the show. And while she would have wanted to tell them her set was cancelled in person, management reportedly wouldn't let her make the announcement herself. "Ladies and gentlemen I'm sorry that we weren't allowed to get on stage tonight," she captioned the video, which you can watch above. "And I'm sorry that I wasn't granted my request to at least tell you that in person."
According to concertgoers' tweets, Lana couldn't perform at the Gexa Energy Pavillion because of "severe weather conditions." One person posted an update on Twitter saying, "Just spoke to a worker from the Gexa Energy Pavillion & it was not @LanaDelRey's fault it ended. 'She threw a hissy fit' about the decision."
Despite the fact that the venue was looking out for the "Born to Die" singer and audience's safety, fans were more than displeased about the situation. One attendee posted a video of what happened when officials announced the Lana Del Rey show was canceled, which you can see below.
And fans expressed their frustration over the fact they didn't get to see their favorite pop star perform.
Despite what went down on Saturday night, Lana Del Rey will be continuing her Endless Summer Tour and will be heading to Morrison, Colo., on May 12. You can find the full list of dates for Lana's tour here.