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Lana Del Rey Apologizes to Fans After Canceling European Dates on Doctor's Orders: 'I Need to Get Well'

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Lana Del Rey performs on stage at Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre on Oct. 11, 2019 in San Diego, Calif. 

Lana Del Rey apologized to fans on Tuesday after canceling a string of European tour dates in support of her Norman F---ing Rockwell album.

"Sorry to let everyone down so last minute but this illness has taken me by surprise and have totally lost my singing voice," she said in a statement sent to Billboard. "Dr has advised 4 weeks off for the moment. I hate to let everyone down but I need to get well. Love Lana." For refunds, fans should contact their original point of purchase.

Among the affected dates that have been canceled are a Feb. 25 gig at the O2 in London, as well as a Feb. 26 show at Manchester Arena in Manchester, a Feb. 28 stop at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow and a Feb. 20 show at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham. 

The singer was slated to kick off the eight date swing on Friday (Feb. 21) at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, before moving on to the AccordHotels Arena in Paris on Sunday (Feb. 23). The tour was scheduled to wrap up with a March 2 date at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin and a show the next night at Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany. Last month, Del Rey pushed back the release of her planned spoken word album, Violet.

See the full list of affected dates below.

Fri Feb 21           Amsterdam, NL         Ziggo Dome

Sun Feb 23        Paris, FR                   Accor Hotels Arena

Tue Feb 25         London, UK             The O2

Wed Feb 26        Manchester, UK      Manchester Arena

Fri Feb 28           Glasgow, UK           SSE Hydro

Sat Feb 29          Birmingham           Resorts World Arena

Mon Mar 02        Berlin, DE                 Mercedes-Benz Arena

Tue Mar 03         Cologne, DE             Lanxess Arena