Lady Gaga World Tour Concert Tickets
Dazzling the 2017 Super Bowl 51 in Houston, Texas on February 5th, Lady Gaga put on a sensational performance as she entered the stadium to perform a collection of her top hits and songs from her latest LP Joanne. The halftime performance is one of the most anticipated shows of the year with an average 111.3 million viewers tuning in to watch. With performers like Beyonce, Madonna, and Katy Perry gracing the stage in the past, fans of Lady Gaga were eager to see which theatrical tricks the Mother Monster had up her sleeve for her fans.
While the fight for victory between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons was a fierce battle for both teams, fans went wild to see what appeared to be Lady Gaga singing from the roof of NRG Stadium as both teams disappeared into the locker rooms following the first half. After jumping off and diving onto the stage, Lady Gaga performed some of her greatest hits such as 'Born this Way' and 'Million Reasons' from the album Joanne. After a stunning show, Tom Brady lead the Patriots to a victory in what was called the largest comeback in Super Bowl history.
As if the performance was to show a glimmer of the future for her fans, only hours after her the Super Bowl, Lady Gaga tweeted a gif to her 65 million plus followers to announce her 2017 World Tour in support of her LP Joanne. The tweet was reshared and liked by thousands of fans who are all eager to learn more about her 2017 world tour concerts. If her performance at the Super Bowl was a taste of what fans can expect from her world tour, the Joanne World Tour is sure to be one her best string of concerts yet.
The Joanne tour will start in North America in August and will cover some of the United States as it travels down to South America in September. Hitting Western Europe and the United Kingdom in the fall, the tour will finish and return to the United States for its final stretch in early December.
Known for collecting large crowds and selling out tours within hours of ticket sales going live, Lady Gaga will play shows at a handful of prominent sports stadiums. She will perform at Boston's Fenway Park, which can sit close to 40,000 people as well as Wrigley Field in Chicago and Citi Field in New York City.
It is no doubt that Lady Gaga is committed to giving her fans what they want. The tour has close to fifty dates around the world from August 1st until December 14th, and Lady Gaga has already added more dates to her North American tour. While Lady Gaga used to tour alongside artists, she is now leading her global tour and selling out stadiums.
Joanne, Lady Gaga's fifth album, dropped in late October of 2016. The album is a slight change from her Pop anthems and shows a different side of Lady Gaga. The album is filled with soft rock and is profoundly influenced by themes of family, emotions, and the death of her father's sister, Joanne. While the album is not along the same lines as Artpop, Lady Gaga's talent shines through in her vocals and showcase pure, raw emotion.