Lady Gaga’s “Joanne” World Tour Officially Announced After Super Bowl 51

As if we didn’t see this one coming! I was actually a little shocked that the announcement didn’t drop once the commercial break came after she jumped off stage from her halftime show.  Taking a little cue from her friend Beyonce, mother monster Lady Gaga announced her “Joanne” World Tour after her spectacle of a performance at Superbowl 51.

The tour will be Gaga’s first major solo tour since 2014’s ArtRave: The Artpop Ball, which happened to be in support of her Artpop album. Kicking off August 1, 2017 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC, before making it’s way down to the United States and hitting cities such as New York City, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, Miami and other large market areas, and wrapping up in Salt Lake City. “Joanne” will see Ms. Germanotta back a top the touring ranks because we know that she’ll put on an eye popping show, fit for a queen.

Tickets for the North American tour go on presale this Wednesday via Ticketmaster, and normal general sales start Monday, February 13th.

Lady Gaga’s “Joanne” World Tour Dates 2017:

North American Leg Pt. 1
Aug. 1 – Vancouver, BC., Rogers Arena
Aug. 3 – Edmonton, AB., Rogers Place
Aug. 5 – Tacoma, WA., Tacoma Dome
Aug. 8 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum
Aug. 11 – Las Vegas, NV., T-Mobile Arena
Aug. 13 – San Francisco, CA., AT&T Park
Aug. 15 – Sacramento, CA., Golden 1 Center
Aug. 19 – Omaha, NB., CenturyLink Center
Aug. 21 – St. Paul, MN., Xcel Energy Center
Aug. 23 – Cleveland, OH., Quicken Loans Arena
Aug. 25 – Chicago, IL., Wrigley Field
Aug. 28 – New York, NY., Citi Field
Sept. 1 – Boston, MA., Fenway Park
Sept. 4 – Montreal, QC., Bell Centre
Sept. 6 – Toronto, ON., Air Canada Centre
Sept. 10 – Philadelphia, PA., Wells Fargo Arena

International Leg
Sept. 15 – Rio De Janeiro, BR., Rock In Rio
Sept. 22 – Barcelona, ES., Palau Sant Jordi
Sept. 24 – Zurich, CH., Hallenstadion
Sept. 26 – Milan, IT., Mediolanum Forum
Sept. 29 – Hamburg, DE., Barclaycard Arena
Oct. 1 – Antwerp, BE., Sportpaleis
Oct. 3 – Amsterdam, NL., Ziggo Dome
Oct. 6 – Paris, FR., Accorhotels Arena
Oct. 9 – London, UK., O2 Arena
Oct. 15 – Birmingham, UK., Barclaycard Arena
Oct. 17 – Manchester, UK., Manchester Arena
Oct. 21 – Copenhagen, DK., Royal Arena
Oct. 23 – Stockholm, SE., Ericsson Globe
Oct. 26 – Berlin, DE., Mercedes-Benz Arena
Oct. 28 – Koln, DE., Lanxess Arena

North American Leg Pt. 2
Nov. 5 – Indianapolis, IN., Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Nov. 7 – Detroit, MI., Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 10 – Uncasville, CT., Mohegan Sun
Nov. 13 – Louisville, KY., KFC Yum! Center
Nov. 15 – Kansas City, MO., Sprint Center
Nov. 16 – St. Louis, MO., Scottrade Center
Nov. 19 – Washington, DC., Verizon Center
Nov. 20 – Pittsburgh, PA., PPG Paints Arena
Nov. 28 – Atlanta, GA., Philips Arena
Nov. 30 – Miami, FL., American Airlines Arena
Dec. 1 – Tampa, FL., Amalie Arena
Dec. 3 – Houston, TX., Toyota Center
Dec. 5 – Austin, TX., Frank Erwin Center
Dec. 8 – Dallas, TX., American Airlines Center
Dec. 9 – Oklahoma City, OK., Chesapeake Energy Arena
Dec. 12 – Denver, CO., Pepsi Center
Dec. 14 – Salt Lake City, UT., Vivint Smart Home Arena

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