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[PHOTOS] Lana Del Rey Serenades BJC With LA To The Moon Tour Performance

Hoards of Penn State students flooded into the Bryce Jorden Center Friday to hear Lana Del Rey perform ballads from her newest album, Lust For Life. The flower crown-wearing crowd welcomed both show opener Kali Uchis and headliner Del Rey as they took the stage.

Del Rey’s background dancers sported Penn State hockey jerseys, and she swung over the crowd Kanye West-style on a suspended swing during the show.

Del Rey took the stage in a classic red sweater and black leggings — a typical going-to-class outfit at Penn State.

She opened the show with one of her new songs, “13 Beaches.” 

Del Rey’s sparkly boots stood out on stage.

The singer sat on the edge of the stage during her performance and asked the crowd for requests.

An unforgettable performance by Lana Del Rey at the Bryce Jordan Center

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Ali Richards

Ali is a geoscience major and the copy editor for Onward State. She's from Washington, DC (Go Caps!), enjoys gneiss rock puns, and dislikes wavy chips. You can reach her at [email protected], or follow her on Twitter @haveagneisslife.

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