Tickets to a Cyndi Lauper show are well worth the investment, time after time. The 1980s rock and roll starlet with the unmistakable voice has been around for ever but hasn’t aged a day. She’s hitting the road with an eclectic set list that includes new material, the old hits – which are all timeless – as well as an exciting array of covers from all corners of the musical world. Cyndi Lauper has energy to burn, so don’t be surprised if you see her skipping across the stage one minute and laying flat on her back with her signature pink hair hanging off the edge into the crowd the next. Her voice is recognizable as ever as she breaks out the crowd favorites like “Girls just Wanna Have Fun.” And expect to see lighters lit and raised aloft as audiences sway and sing along to encore performances of “True Colors.” Audience members come from all walks of life, from the older crowd who fell in love with Cyndi Lauper the first time around, to the younger, hip kids who have come to know her through her newer work or even her side projects, like the Broadway show, Kinky Boots.