Lady Gaga Tour 2017 - the Joanne World Tour – will kick off in Canada this August, in support of her fifth studio album Joanne.
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On the Big Game half-time shows usually showcase stellar performances of some of the biggest names in the music industry, and this year was no exception with Lady Gaga in the spotlight. However, while fans are still feeling her brilliant Super Bowl performance, the singer announced that that her Lady Gaga Tour 2017 – the Joanne World Tour – will kick off in Canada this August, in support of her fifth studio album Joanne.
In her Instagram account, Lady Gaga posted her announcement of the Lady Gaga Tour 2017, to which fans and followers got really excited about as evidenced by the several views and likes of the post. Surely, they are also equally eager to buy tickets at once! The trek kicks off at Vancouver, British Columbia and before she heads across the USA and UK. The jaunt includes stops at San Francisco’s AT&T Park, Wrigley Field in Chicago, New York’s Citi Field, and Boston’s Fenway Park.
Her Lady Gaga Tour 2017 is one series of events that her fans are raving about this year. Thrills and excitement are expected because this American lady singer has – since her popularity started – been offering spectacular performances in her past world tours prior to the Joanne World Tour. Her debut concert tour in 2009 was the Fame Ball Tour, which Gaga described as “more of a travelling party.”
The Monster Ball Tour was her second worldwide tour, wherein she visited arenas and stadiums from 2009 through 2011. Prior to this, Kanye West and Lady Gaga planned a co-headlining concert tour, which was supposed to run from November 2009 to January 2010. However, it did not push through after West’s involvement in a public controversy wherein the rapper interrupted Taylor Swift during her Best Female Video speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.
After the Monster Ball Tour, Lady Gaga’s succeeding world tours were the Born This Way Ball, which ran from 2012 to 2013, visiting America, Asia, Europe, Africa, and Oceania, and the ArtRave: The Artpop Ball, from May 4 to November 24, 2014. The Dive Bar Tour was the Lady Gaga Tour 2016, which was sponsored by Bud Light. And this year, it would be the anticipated Lady Gaga Tour 2017.
Lady Gaga will never cease to deliver one-of-a-kind performances as this was how her fans admired and adored her. And despite countless controversies and issues, like the most recent body shaming attack for her Big Game performance, Gaga, the world’s most eccentric female pop star, is here to stay and will never stop making music.
For this year’s Lady Gaga Tour schedule, see below. Be ready to buy tickets as sales will start on February 13.
August 1: Vancouver, British Columbia at Rogers Arena
August 3: Edmonton, Alberta at Rogers Place
August 5: Tacoma, Washington at Tacoma Dome
August 8: Los Angeles, California at The Forum
August 11: Las Vegas, Nevada at T-Mobile Arena
August 13: San Francisco, California at AT&T Park
August 15: Sacramento, California at Golden 1 Center
August 19: Omaha, Nebraska at CenturyLink Center
August 21: St. Paul, Minnesota at Xcel Energy Center
August 23: Cleveland, Ohio at Quicken Loans Arena
August 25: Chicago, Illinois at Wrigley Field
August 28: New York, New York at Citi Field
September 1: Boston, Massachusetts at Fenway Park
September 4: Montreal, Quebec—Bell Centre
September 6: Toronto, Ontario at Air Canada Centre
September 10: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Wells Fargo Center
September 15: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at Rock in Rio Festival
September 22: Barcelona, Spain at Palau Sant Jordi
September 24: Zurich, Switzerland at Hallenstadion
September 26: Milan, Italy at Mediolanum Forum
September 29: Hamburg, Germany at Barclaycard Arena
October 1: Antwerp, Belgium at Sportpaleis
October 3: Amsterdam, Netherlands at Ziggo Dome
October 6: Paris, France at Accorhotels Arena
October 9: London, United Kingdom at 02 Arena
October 15: Birmingham, United Kingdom at Barclaycard Arena
October 17: Manchester, United Kingdom at Manchester Arena
October 21: Copenhagen, Denmark at Royal Arena
October 23: Stockholm, Sweden at Ericsson Globe
October 26: Berlin, Germany at Mercedes-Benz Arena
October 28: Koln, Germany at Lanxess Arena
November 5: Indianapolis, Indiana at Bankers Life Fieldhouse
November 7: Detroit, Michigan at Little Caesars Arena
November 10: Uncasville, Connecticut at Mohegan Sun
November 13: Louisville, Kentucky at KFC Yum! Center
November 15: Kansas City, Missouri at Sprint Center
November 16: St. Louis, Missouri at Scottrade Center
November 19: Washington, D.C. at Verizon Center
November 20: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at PPG Paints Arena
November 28: Atlanta, Georgia at Philips Arena
November 30: Miami, Florida at American Airlines Arena
December 1: Tampa, Florida at Amalie Arena
December 3: Houston, Texas at Toyota Center
December 5: Austin, Texas at Frank Erwin Center
December 8: Dallas, Texas at American Airlines Center
December 9: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at Chesapeake Energy Arena
December 12: Denver, Colorado at Pepsi Center
December 14: Salt Lake City, Utah at Vivint Smart Home Arena
Tickets will surely be in short supply in the areas stated above so its best if you can buy your tickets early. A good estimate is to get your tickets about a couple of days (or maybe even weeks) in advance so you don’t miss out.
We are all hoping that she can top her Superbowl performance this year with more ravishing sets, as Gagaloo attempts to bring about more delight in performances this year! Get your tickets now by clicking this link!
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