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Cyndi Lauper will retire from the stage with a farewell tour

Cyndi Lauper announced on June 3 that she will retire from the stage with a farewell tour of North America titled 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun', the entertainment company Live Nation reported, EFE reported.

The 70-year-old singer plans to tour 23 cities during the fall, starting on October 18 in Montreal (Canada), passing through New York on October 30, Los Angeles on November 23, among other places, and closing the December 5 in Chicago.

The announcement of the tour comes within the framework of the premiere of the documentary 'Let the Canary Sing', directed by Allison Ellwood, which follows the singer's career from the beginning and will begin screening on Paramount+ in the US and Canada. starting Tuesday the 4th.

Before the premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Lauper will participate in a hand-engraving ceremony at the same venue.

On Wednesday, he will appear on the program 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', in which he is expected to address his retirement and his impressions of the documentary that first saw the light of day at the Tribeca festival last year.

Cyndi Lauper (New York, 1953) got her start in the music industry with Blue Angel, a retro-rockabilly band popular in New York bars.

The singer rose to fame with her album 'She's So Unusual', in 1983, from which the single 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun' was released, which thanks to its rebellion and extravagance became a feminist anthem and positioned Lauper as pop icon of the eighties.

It should be remembered that at that time, specifically in November 1989, the vocalist born in Brooklyn, New York, offered three concerts at the Poliedro in Caracas.

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