From05 July 2019 to23 September 2019


Welsh singer-songwriter Marina Lambrini Diamandis (born 10th October 1985), better known by her stage name as Marina and the Diamonds, found success with her indie electropop since releasing her debut in 2010.

Marina displayed an interest in music and performance form an early age, attending various schools and universities but never finding the right course for her. Beginning to create her own music, she gradually developed a strong fan base for her left-field pop, uploading her self-produced compositions online. Finding influence from Britney Spears and Gwen Stefani, Marina’s music blended keyboard driven ballads with lively glam pop, tied together with her soulful voice.

Marina signed to independent label, Neon Gold, in 2009, releasing her first single, “Obsessions/Mowgli’s Road” shortly after. Her “Crown Jewels” EP arrived later that year, featuring the number 12 hit single, “Hollywood.” Following these initial releases, Marina then dived into the British festival circuit, playing at the likes of Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds Festival and Bestival. Returning to the studio in 2010, her debut album arrived in February that year, titled “The Family Jewels,” which debuted at number five in the UK Album Chart.

It was two years before Marina returned with a new album, having toured extensively, supporting the likes of Katy Perry on an international tour. In April 2012, “Electra Heart” arrived, a concept album dealing with ideas of female identity. The album became a huge success, bolstered by the popularity of the preceding singles, “Radioactive” and “Primadonna,” with the latter peaking at number 11 in the UK Singles Chart. The album itself reached the top spot of the UK Album Chart, as well as fairing well on the US Billboard 200, peaking at number 31. Marina then embarked on several tours, gaining a support slot for Coldplay on their “Mylo Xyloto” tour in 2013.

Friday 05 July 2019 – Sunday 07 July 2019
Ruisrock 2019
Turku, Finland

Thursday 11 July 2019 – Saturday 13 July 2019
Mad Cool Festival 2019
Madrid, Spain

Thursday 18 July 2019 – Sunday 21 July 2019
Latitude Festival 2019
Latitude Festival, Suffolk, UK

Tuesday 10 September 2019
REBEL, Toronto, ON, Canada

Wednesday 11 September 2019
MTELUS, Montreal, QC, Canada

Friday 13 September 2019
Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion, Boston, MA, US

Saturday 14 September 2019
The Met Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, US

Monday 16 September 2019
SummerStage, Central Park, New York, NY, US

Wednesday 18 September 2019
The Anthem, Washington, DC, US

Friday 20 September 2019
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, US

Saturday 21 September 2019
Coca-Cola Roxy, Atlanta, GA, US

Monday 23 September 2019
Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, US

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