Cyndi Lauper announces ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell UK and EU Tour’

Today, Cyndi Lauper announces UK and EU dates to her Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour.  Produced by Live Nation, the colossal tour will head to Europe next February, marking Lauper’s first major run in a decade, with shows in Glasgow, Manchester, London, Birmingham, and Belfast before continuing onto Budapest, Lodz, Prague, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Paris. Throughout the tour, Lauper will be joined by special guests to be revealed at a later date. Tickets go on general sale Friday 28th June at 10am local time via

Mastercard cardholders have special access to presale tickets in France, starting from Wednesday 26thJune at 10am. Preferred ticket access is available to Mastercard cardholders in the UK on Friday 28thJune at 10am. Visit to find out more.

This announcement comes off the heels of the North American Farewell tour news announced earlier this month and follows the release of follows LET THE CANARY SING, a feature-length documentary film that explores Lauper’s extraordinary life and career. The documentary premiered exclusively on Paramount+in the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday 4th June. In celebration of the tour and the film, Lauper has was honored with an imprint ceremony at the prestigious TCL Chinese Theatre Hollywood in Los Angeles.

Directed by Emmy® Award-winning documentarian Alison Ellwood, Let the Canary Sing made its world premiere at the 2023 Tribeca Festival.  Produced by Fine Point Films and Sony Music Entertainment in association with Concord Originals, the film chronicles Lauper’s meteoric ascent to stardom and her profound impact on generations through her music, ever-evolving punk style, unwavering feminism and tireless advocacy. The documentary takes the audience on an engaging exploration of a renowned and pioneering artist who has left a remarkable legacy with her art.

Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, has released a companion product to the documentary of the same name. The Let the Canary Sing companion album is a career-spanning collection that follows Lauper’s career. The album is available now on vinyl and as a digital expanded edition here.

Cyndi Lauper’s Farewell Tour is directed by Brian Burke and produced and designed in partnership with BrianBurkeCreative and DX7 Design.


Saturday 8th February                       Glasgow, UK                  OVO Hydro
Sunday 9th February                         Manchester, UK             Co-op Live
Tuesday 11th February                     London, UK                    The O2
Friday 14th February                         Birmingham, UK            bp pulse LIVE (formerly Resorts World Arena)
Sunday 16th February                       Belfast, UK                     SSE Arena
Wednesday 19 February                   Budapest, HG                 Budapest Sportaréna
Friday 21st February                          Lodz, PL                         Atlas Arena
Sunday 23rd February                        Prague, CR                   O2 Arena
Tuesday 25th February                       Berlin, GR                     Uber Arena
Wednesday 26th February                 Dusseldorf, GR              PSD Bank Dome
Friday 28th February                           Paris, FR                      Accor Arena

Cyndi Lauper is a Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award-winning songwriter and performing artist with global record sales in excess of 50 million. Her iconic voice, influential punk glamor, and infectious live shows have catapulted her to stardom. Lauper won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist with her first album, She’s So Unusual, and became the first woman in history to have four top-five singles from a debut album including her anthem “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.”  Lauper has released ten additional studio albums, featuring classics like “Time After Time” and “True Colors,” and is a Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee and NY Times best-selling author.  In 2013, Lauper became the first solo woman to win Best Original Score (music and lyrics) for Kinky Boots.  She is also tireless in her advocacy work. She has been an activist since day one, always fighting for the underdog – especially women, people living with HIV/AIDS, and the LGBTQ community.

Written by Theatrefullstop