Lady Gaga blasts off to ‘Chromatica’ next month with the release of her hotly anticipated sixth studio album.
Now, she’s unveiled plans for the live component of the project. For, she’s formally announced a tour – ‘The Chromatica Ball.’
Set to kick off July 24th in Paris, the trek – which will also make stops in London and New Jersey – is a limited stadium run comprised of six shows across the globe.
Check out the dates:
LADY GAGA presents THE CHROMATICA BALL TOUR
July 24 Paris, France Stade de France
July 30 London, U.K. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Aug. 05 Boston, MA Fenway Park
Aug. 09 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
Aug. 14 Chicago, IL Wrigley Field
Aug. 19 E. Rutherford, NJ MetLife Stadium
Tickets go on general sale March 13th via Live Nation. Fans, however, can gain access to a presale by pre-ordering the ‘Chromatica’ album from her official store.
News of the tour comes on the heels of the campaign’s lead single ‘Stupid Love’ – which topped iTunes upon release and is eyeing a high debut on the Billboard Hot 100.
We love a well-oiled roll-out. And, polarizing as the single may be, LG6 has undeniably been executed to relative perfection so far. In specific relation to announcement of the single, album, pre-order, and now the tour.
For those confused about the limited number of dates and locations, Gaga’s Las Vegas show ‘Engima’ is still on-going. And the agreements in place for such residencies are renowned for restricting extensive touring – especially in areas close to Sin City.
Hence the East Coast focus of her US dates and the general angle of doing stadiums now – which very much translates to “you come to me” – while seeing her still covering a respectable amount of ground worldwide. It’s pretty smart, when looking at it that way.
In any case, will you be putting your paws up live with Lady Gaga this summer? Let us know…