After a memorable Super Bowl halftime performance, Lady Gaga will be embarking on a 48-stop world tour including a stop at Denver’s Pepsi Center on December 12th. The tour is in support of Lady Gaga’s new album “Joanne.” The tour kicks off August 1 in Vancouver, Canada and includes stops in both South America and Europe. This is Lady Gaga’s first large-scale tour since the “Cheek to Cheek” tours with Tony Bennett around North America and Europe from 2014-2015.
Tickets for the Pepsi Center show go on sell February 20 and can be found at pepsicenter.com. Lady Gaga and fans alike can easily remember the last time the singer performed at the Pepsi Center as she had to be hospitalized due to altitude sickness directly after the concert, but fans are ready for another performance.
At 30, Lady Gaga has already lived the dream of many aspiring musicians by winning six Grammy awards and selling more than 27 million albums, putting her up with some of the all-time greats in terms of records sold. Rolling Stone also named her as the “Queen of Pop,” in 2011. Her spectacular live shows as witnessed the Super Bowl halftime show make live Lady Gaga tickets a hot commodity for both fans and those who love something different in their live entertainment.
About The Joanne World Tour
The Joanne World Tour kicks off August 1, 2017, at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada. The tour winds through several regions of North America before jumping to Brazil, then to Europe and then back to the United States where Lady Gaga will close the tour December 18th at The Forum in Inglewood, California.
Joanne is the fifth studio album recorded by Lady Gaga and was released on Streamline and Interscope Records. The 11-track album features collaborations with a variety of other artists and producers including Beck, Mark Ronson, and others. Critics describe Joanne as a “stripped-down” and “softer” album that focuses more on showcasing Gaga’s vocal talents compared to previous albums such as “Artpop.” The album is named after Gaga’s father’s late sister.