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  • Lana Del Rey’s French love affair continued at La Fete De La Musique in Paris where she performed for free in keeping with the spirit of the event.

    La Fete is open to musicians at all levels to showcase their talent and more than 200 artists were scheduled to perform.

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    Lana is a mega-star throughout most of Europe, far exceeding her popularity among music critics and fans in the United States.

    But in France, especially, she’s idolized. Her melodic often fatalistic tunes resonate with c’est la vie attitudes, especially among French youths.

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    The Fête de la Musique is held in more than hundred countries in Europe and all over the world. It takes place every 21st June, the day of the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere, according to the event’s Web site.

    Lana was the headliner and guest of honor for the event which went on for more than ten hours. She sang “Blue Jeans,” “Born to Die” and her breakout hit “Video Games.”

    Check out the videos below and be sure to follow TheImproper on Twitter for the latest news from artists on the road.