Cyndi Lauper Announces Final Tour, Embraces Innovative Technology for Spectacular Farewell

Iconic singer Cyndi Lauper has revealed that she is embarking on her final tour, marking the end of an era in her illustrious career. In an interview with ET’s Denny Directo at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary “Let the Canary Sing,” Lauper shared details about her upcoming Girls Just Want to Have Fun Tour, which will span 23 cities across the United States and Canada. The 70-year-old singer expressed her excitement about returning to arenas after four decades and stated that she feels physically prepared to deliver an exceptional performance.

Lauper attributed advancements in technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI), as a driving force behind her decision to take her tour to the next level. She expressed enthusiasm about the potential of using AI to enhance the artistic experience for both herself and her audience. The tour is set to feature innovative staging and lighting, promising an unforgettable spectacle.

The Girls Just Want to Have Fun Tour is scheduled to commence in October in Quebec and conclude with a December show in Chicago. Lauper emphasized that this would be her final tour, citing her busy schedule and the inability to balance touring with other creative endeavors. Apart from her music career, Lauper has also showcased her talents in television shows like Central Park, The Horror of Dolores Roach, and Young Sheldon.

While Lauper has not yet announced any opening acts or special guests, the tour’s Live Nation page teases exciting surprises for attendees. Lauper hopes that this farewell tour will provide fans with much-needed joy and resilience as she bids farewell to her touring days. She emphasized the importance of giving people hope and redemption through her music.