• Cyndi Lauper is retiring soon
  • She is going on the final tour of her career
  • HERE is what fans can expect

Alongside the tour, a documentary exploring Lauper's illustrious career will premiere, promising an intimate look at the star's journey. Get ready for a rollercoaster of nostalgia and music!

The music world is about to witness the end of an era as Cyndi Lauper, the effervescent queen of pop and rock, announces her grand exit from touring with a farewell tour that's bound to be etched in the hearts of fans forever.

Cyndi is giving fans one last ride

Known for her electrifying performances and timeless anthems, Lauper is ready to hit the road one last time, promising a spectacle filled with music, memories, and magic.

Starting October 18, Lauper will grace stages in 23 cities across the continent, from the vibrant streets of Montreal to the iconic Madison Square Garden in NYC, and finally wrapping up in Chicago's United Center on December 5.

This tour not only marks her first major tour in over a decade but also her final bow on the touring stage.

Lauper did not release any statement explaining her reasons for deciding to do a farewell tour now, although she is expected to talk about it later this week as she promotes a new documentary about her career, 'Let the Canary Sing,' that premieres on Paramount+ Tuesday.

Arena dates she’ll be playing along the way include shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Oct. 30, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena Nov. 1, L.A.’s Intuit Dome Nov. 23, the Acrisure Arena in Palm Desert Nov. 24, and San Francisco’s Chase Center Nov. 26. She will also be doing a non-arena show at Detroit’s Fox Theatre Oct. 24.

What's a Cyndi Lauper show without a few surprises? The "True Colors" singer will be joined by a lineup of special guests, yet to be announced, ensuring each night is a unique celebration of her illustrious career. Fans can expect a mix of classic hits, deep cuts, and unforgettable moments.

Get ready to mark your calendars! Tickets go on sale this Friday, with presales kicking off on Tuesday. Head over to Live Nation’s website to secure your spot at this once-in-a-lifetime event.

Given Lauper's massive fan base and the sentimental weight of the tour, tickets are expected to fly!

In tandem with the tour, fans will be treated to 'Let the Canary Sing.' Directed by Alison Ellwood, the film promises an unfiltered look at the star's journey from the clubs of New York to the global stage.

Lauper's career exploded in the 1980s, with hits "Time after Time" and "She Bops," songs she co-wrote, in addition to the mega-hit "Girls Just Want to Have Fun."

She also contributed to the musical "Kinky Boots," which won six Tony Awards in 2013. Lauper picked up the award for Best Original Score.

The artist was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015, and her album "She's so Unusual" was added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry in 2018.

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Before she hits the road, Lauper will share insights into her "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Farewell Tour" and the documentary on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' this Wednesday.

It's a rare opportunity to hear directly from the icon about what fans can expect from her final tour and the stories behind the documentary.