Cyndi Lauper Announces ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour’ in 2024

Cyndi Lauper, the iconic singer known for her vibrant personality and eclectic musical style, has announced her final tour titled the “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour” in 2024. With a career spanning nearly five decades, Lauper has explored various genres from pop to punk, and now she is ready to bid adieu to her fans with one last tour.

The 70-year-old singer will kick off the 23-city trek on October 18 in Montreal, with the final show scheduled for December 5 in Chicago. This tour marks her first major outing since the “Detour Tour” in 2016 and promises to be a nostalgic trip down memory lane for fans.

In addition to the tour, Lauper is also the subject of a new documentary titled Let the Canary Sing, which traces her rise from a rebellious bar singer to a global superstar and activist. Directed by Alison Ellwood, the film is now streaming on Paramount+ along with a companion album of the same name.

Fans can also catch Lauper in The Greatest Night in Pop, a documentary on Netflix that revisits the recording of the 1985 charity song “We Are the World,” as well as in an AARP video titled True Talk With Cyndi Lauper: Don’t Listen to the Haters.

Furthermore, Lauper recently sold a majority share of her music to Sweden’s Pophouse Entertainment Group, hinting at a potential immersive virtual concert experience in the future. However, for those who want to see the legendary songstress live in person, the “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour” is not to be missed.

With a setlist that includes classics like “True Colors” and “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” Lauper’s final tour promises to be a celebration of her enduring legacy in the music industry. Don’t miss your chance to see this wacky, eclectic songbird one last time on stage!