'artRave: The Artpop Ball' will kick off in Birmingham this October.
Lady GaGa has confirmed the UK and Ireland leg of her artRave: The Artpop Ball tour with five new arena dates announced. Tickets for the tour will go on sale on Saturday 8th February at 9am and fans will be expected to pay between £35 and £90 for a ticket to Gaga's new shows which promise to be as eccentric and spectacular as ever.
Lady Gaga Announces A UK And Ireland Tour.
The last time Gaga performed in the UK was her iTunes festival headline gig last September where she played many of her then new ARTPOP songs live for the first time. Since that show, her new album has danced to the upper echelons of the charts the world over and earned her critical acclaim.
Gaga Will Perform At Some Of The Countries' Biggest Arenas.
The 27 year-old pop star released her fourth studio album, and follow-up to 2011's chart-topping Born This Way, which went to number one in the Official Album Chart last November. Gaga, who has complained of feelings of betrayal related to the delayed release and leak of ARTPOP, will also tour her new album in the US and rest of Europe. She will play seven sold out shows at New York's Roseland Ballroom before she heads to the Belgian city of Antwerp to delight her European Little Monsters.
Tickets To Gaga's New Show Will Be Priced From £35-90.
O2 customers will be offered advanced access to tickets from Wednesday 5th February at 9am by texting GAGA to 2020 or visiting the O2 Priority website. Members of Gaga's fan club, Littlemonsters.com, will also have first access to tickets beginning on the 5th February at 9am. Whereas tickets for the Dublin tour date will become available from the 14th February.
Gaga Will Give Pre-Sale Access To Her 'Little Monsters' Fan Group.
Lady Gaga's 'artRave: The Artpop Ball' Tour Dates:
October 15 - Birmingham, NIA Arena
October 17 - Dublin, O2 Arena
October 19 - Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
October 21 - Manchester, Phones 4u Arena
October 23 - London, The O2
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