It's time for the biggest ball of the year.
Lady Gaga has announced the dates for her newly rescheduled and much-anticipated Chromatica Ball tour, which was originally supposed to happen in the summer of 2020.
The tour was canceled and postponed indefinitely due to the global pandemic, and fans have been rabidly waiting for news of when the shows would be rescheduled ever since. Now we finally have some information.
Originally, the Chromatica Ball was only supposed to be a six stop tour, but Gaga has blessed fans by extending the tour to fifteen cities over three months. The tour will begin in Dusseldorf, Germany on July 17. Then Gaga will go to a few other European cities, Stockholm, Paris, Arnhem, and London, before heading to North America in September.
After playing in Toronto on August 6, Gaga will head to the US, where she'll play eight dates, going from Washington, DC, to East Rutherford, Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Atlanta, San Francisco, and ending in Los Angeles on September 10.
, Gaga's sixth studio album, was one of the biggest records of 2020, launching the hit singles "Stupid Love," "Rain on Me" featuring Ariana Grande, "911," and "Free Woman." Much of the album was produced by Bloodpop, who also worked on the Dawn of Chromatica
Remix album that Gaga released in 2021.
Chromatica even made music history, when the song "Rain on Me" won the Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, becoming the first all-female song to win the award. Best Pop Duo/Group Performance is a relatively new category, having first been awarded in 2012.
Tickets for new stops on the tour go on sale Friday, March 11 in Arnhem and London, and Monday, March 14 in other cities. Rescheduled shows in Paris, London, Toronto, East Rutherford, Chicago, and Boston are on sale now, with previously purchased tickets for those dates remaining valid.
Check below for all tour dates.
07-17 Dusseldorf, Germany - Merkur Spiel-Arena
07-21 Stockholm, Sweden - Friends Arena
07-24 Paris, France - Stade de France
07-26 Arnhem, Netherlands - GelreDome
07-29 London, England - Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
07-30 London, England - Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
08-06 Toronto, Ontario - Rogers Centre
08-08 Washington, D.C. - Nationals Park
08-11 East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
08-15 Chiago, IL - Wrigley Field
08-19 Boston, MA - Fenway Park
08-23 Dallas, TX - Globe Life Field
08-26 Atlanta, GA - Truist Park
09-08 San Francisco, CA - Oracle Park
09-10 Los Angeles, CA - Dodger Stadium
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