The Lady GaGa tour has a handful of new dates to add to it's roster, with the U.S gigs being announced. The singer posted the new dates on her Twitter and Facebook pages, and has also revealed a unique release plan for her new album.
Those looking to catch the Lady Gaga tour, Born This Way Ball, should take notice; the dates for the U.S leg of the tour have been announced. She is currently touring around Europe, and is due to arrive in the UK this weekend. The US leg of her show will kick off in Vancouver on January 11 and will conclude in mid-March, 2013. A long tour! Gaga will also play New York's Madison Square Garden for a hometown show on February 22 followed by Miami on March 16. The next venue to stage her show is Twickenham stadium in London, where she'll perform consecutive nights, before heading to Manchester.
Gaga has recently revealed the new album will be called ARTPOP, after showing off her new tattoo, which features those very words on her forearm. The controversial singer is embracing modern formats, and releasing the highly anticipated record in a slightly different way. "I'm excited to tell you all that ARTPOP is going to be a multimedia experience that comes in different forms. The most major way to fully immerse yourself in ARTPOP is through the app," she explained on her Little Monsters social network. "ARTPOP will be released as an iPad, iPhone, mobile and computer compatible application that is completely interactive with chats, films for every song, extra music, content, GaGa-inspired games, fashion updates, magazines, and more still in the works!"

Tour dates for the US leg of Born This Way Ball
Jan. 11: Vancouver, Canada, at Rogers Arena
Jan. 14: Tacoma, Wash., at the Tacoma Dome
Jan. 17: San Jose at HP Pavilion
Jan. 20: Los Angeles at Staples Center
Jan. 23: Phoenix at US Airways Center
Jan. 25: Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena
Jan. 29: Dallas at the American Airlines Center
Jan. 31: Houston at the Toyota Center
Feb. 2: St. Louis at the Scottrade Center
Feb. 4: Kansas City, Mo., at the Sprint Center
Feb. 6: St. Paul, Minn., at the Xcel Energy Center
Feb. 8: Toronto at Air Canada Centre
Feb. 11: Montreal at Bell Centre
Feb. 13: Chicago at United Center
Feb. 16: Detroit at the Palace of Auburn Hills
Feb. 19: Philadelphia at Wells Fargo Center
Feb. 22: New York at Madison Square Garden
Feb. 25: Washington, D.C., at Verizon Center
Feb. 27: Boston at TD Garden
Mar. 2: Atlantic City, N.J. at the Boardwalk Hall
Mar. 6: Brooklyn, N.Y., at Barclays Center
Mar. 10: Nashville, Tenn., at Bridgestone Arena
Mar. 11: Atlanta at Philips Arena
Mar. 13: Tampa, Fla., at the Tampa Bay Times Forum
Mar. 15: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., at the BankAtlantic Center
Mar. 16: Miami at American Airlines Arena