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Watch as Lana Del Rey shares the stage with Lucy Dacus and Best Coast at Chicago gig

As the dates for Lana Del Rey’s ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell Tour’ continue to roll on, yet more duets are flooding through. Now to add to Joan Baez, Chris Isaak and so many more, Del Rey has shared the stage with Lucy Dacus and Best Coast at her recent stop in Chicago.

With Lucy Dacus opening for Del Rey earlier in the evening at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, the talented singer-songwriter rejoined del Rey on the stage for a performance of ‘Night Shift’.

Before that moment though, Del Rey asked Best Coast’s Bethany Consentino to join her up on stage. They performed ‘When I’m With You’ together before Del Rey left Consentino to play ‘Up All Night’ on her own.

This is yet another great shared performance from Del Rey and another wonderful singer. The ‘Blue Jeans’ singer has been inviting many guests to get up n stage with her during this tour. From Baez to Leonard Cohen’s son Adam, Del Rey has been happy to collaborate with anyone.

In recent news, Del Rey suggested that the one artist she’d be desperate to work with, “Well, I really like The National. His voice, I think about it… a lot.” She continued, “Every time a song is playing and I’m like, who’s that? It’s always them,” she finished.

While we await that collab to go through the motions, enjoy these clips of Lana Del Ret with Lucy Dacus and Best Coast.

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Lana Del Rey’s ‘The Norman Fucking Rockwell!’ Chicago setlist:

‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’
‘For Free’ (Joni Mitchell cover)
‘When I’m With You’ (Best Coast cover) (with Bethany Cosentino)
‘Up All Night’ (Best Coast cover) (Bethany Cosentino solo, Lana sat out)
‘Born to Die’
‘Blue Jeans’
‘White Mustang’
‘Pretty When You Cry’
‘Change’ / ‘Black Beauty’ / ‘Young and Beautiful’ / ‘Ride’
‘Video Games’
‘Cinnamon Girl’
‘Night Shift’ (Lucy Dacus cover) (with Lucy Dacus)
‘Summertime Sadness’
‘Doin’ Time’ (Sublime cover)
‘Off to the Races’
‘Venice Bitch’