Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

Cyndi Lauper announced her farewell tour

Cyndi Lauper is an icon of the 80s. At the beginning of her career, she performed with the bands Doc West, Flyer and Blue West. She made her solo debut in 1984 with the album “She's So Unusual”, which sold 16 million copies worldwide. This earned her a Grammy Award for Best New Artist.

Over thirty years ago, the whole world sang the artist's greatest hits, such as “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”, “Time After Time” and “True Colors”, which became the anthem of the LGBT community. Lauper is also known for her fight for the rights of women and sexual minorities. Additionally, she is the author of the musical “Kinky Boots“.

After 50 years of performing, she decided to retire from the stage.

The star announced just before her 71st birthday “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farawell Tour”the last concert tour in Cyndi Lauper's career. The artist has planned 23 concerts in North America. The tour will start on October 18 and end on December 5 this year.

“Get ready to sing all your favorite songs and create amazing memories,” the singer announces on her Facebook.

We can expect special guests during the performances. There are rumors that they may be world-class performers. The event is promoted by a documentary film “Let The Canary Sing”which is available June 4 on Paramount+.

However, we do not know whether the singer also plans to play in Europe. She also did not comment on whether she planned to end her career altogether or just stop performing, as she did EltonJohn.