Lady Gaga is embarking on her biggest tour to date hitting arenas across the country in support of her The Fame Monster release.
Lady Gaga is eccentric with oodles of talent who has always marched to the beat of her own drum. The entertainer has released dates for her Monster Ball summer tour and from the looks of it, it’s gonna be huge!
Lady Gaga originally was supposed to perform with Kanye West for a tour, Fame Kills. Well, that was cancelled and then she concocted a live show this past winter. No stranger to live performances, getting her dancing shoes on in small venues way back when in her hometown of New York City, Lady Gaga will kick off her 31 tour dates in Quebec in June 28.
She’ll embark on an ambitious national tour ranging from Cleveland to Portland, Boston to Detroit, no major city is left unturned! She’ll also tour in major Canadian locations as well.
Tickets for most of the shows will go on sale this Friday, March 19, at LiveNation. Although there has been some buzz since there aren’t any dates for Chicago on the show and a gap in her schedule in early August. Insiders are also speculating that Lady Gaga will perform at 2010 Lollapalooza.
The self-described tour, pop-electro opera, will likely be theatrical and downright dazzling. Lady Gaga told Rolling Stone last year the concept is based on the future. “The theatrics and story elements are in the style of an opera. Imagine if you could take the sets of an opera, which are very grand and very beautiful, and put them through a pop-electro lens. The design of the show is very, very forward, very, very innovative. I’ve been thinking about ways to play with the shape of this stage and change the way that we watch things.”
Lady Gaga Monster Ball Tour Dates:
June 28: Montreal, QC, Bell Centre
July 1: Boston, TD Garden
July 4: Atlantic City, Boardwalk Hall
July 6: New York, Madison Square Garden
July 11: Toronto, Air Canada Centre
July 14: Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
July 15: Indianapolis, Conseco Fieldhouse
July 17: St. Louis, Scottrade Center
July 20: Oklahoma City, Ford Center
July 22: Dallas, American Airlines Center
July 25: Houston, Toyota Center
July 28: Denver, Pepsi Center
July 31: Phoenix, US Airways Center
August 3: Kansas City, Sprint Center
August 11: Los Angeles, Staples Center
August 13: Las Vegas, MGM Grand
August 16: San Jose, HP Pavilion
August 19: Portland, Rose Garden
August 21: Tacoma, Tacoma Dome
August 23: Vancouver, General Motors Place
August 26: Edmonton, Rexall Place
August 30: St. Paul, Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 1: Milwaukee, Bradley Center
Sept. 4: Detroit, The Palace Of Auburn Hills
Sept. 5: Pittsburgh, Consol Energy Center
Sept. 7: Washington, Verizon Center
Sept. 8: Charlottesville, John Paul Jones Arena
Sept. 14: Philadelphia, Wachovia Center
Sept. 16: Hartford, XL Center
Sept. 18: Charlotte, Time Warner Cable Arena
Sept. 19: Raleigh, RBC Center