Cyndi Lauper Announces Farewell Tour (Get All The Dates Here!)

Cyndi Lauper attends the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California
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Cyndi Lauper is going to have fun with her girls one more time. Lauper, best known for hit songs “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and “Time After Time,” just announced a farewell tour, which will also be her first tour in over a decade. The 70-year-old has shared 23 tour dates and has teased that some special guests will appear in some of the major cities. However, she isn’t sharing just who they are quite yet!

It has been a big year for Lauper as she also recently released a biopic called Let the Canary Sing. The film debuted at last year’s Tribeca Festival and was directed by Alison Ellwood. The feature-length film is available to watch on Paramount+ on June 4 and brings fans back to her upbringing at a Catholic school to her decades-spanning career.

Cyndi Lauper 1986

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Lauper said about the film, “Over the years I’ve been asked to do a documentary about my life and work, but it never felt like the right time. Until now. When I first met Alison Ellwood, I knew right away I could trust her to tell my story honestly, which was incredibly important to me, and she succeeded in that. I’d like to thank Alison, the producers, and all of the amazing documentary participants who agreed to be interviewed!”

MTV promo with Cyndi Lauper, 1982

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In addition to the film and tour, Legacy Records is releasing a compilation album of some of her greatest hits from her early career to her more recent tunes. Check out the trailer for the film and get all of the tour dates below. Grab your tickets here before they sell out!

Oct. 18: Montreal (Bell Centre)
Oct. 20: Toronto (Scotiabank Arena)
Oct. 24: Detroit (Fox Theatre)
Oct. 26: Boston (MGM Music Hall at Fenway)
Oct. 27: Washington, D.C. (Capital One Arena)
Oct. 30: New York (Madison Square Garden)
Nov. 1: Nashville (Bridgestone Arena)
Nov. 3: Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstein Center)
Nov. 6: Tampa, Fla. (Amalie Arena)
Nov. 8: Hollywood, Fla. (Hard Rock Hollywood)
Nov. 10: Atlanta (State Farm Arena)
Nov. 12: Dallas (American Airlines Center)
Nov. 14: Austin, Texas (Moody Center)
Nov. 16: Houston (Toyota Center)
Nov. 19: Phoenix (Footprint Center)
Nov. 20: San Diego (Viejas Arena)
Nov. 23: Los Angeles (Intuit Dome)
Nov. 24: Palm Desert, Calif. (Acrisure Arena)
Nov. 26: San Francisco (Chase Center)
Nov. 30: Portland, Ore. (Moda Center)
Dec. 1: Seattle (Climate Pledge Arena)
Dec. 4: Minneapolis (Target Center)
Dec. 5: Chicago (United Center)

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