First she announced it via Twitter. Now it’s official. World-famous pop singer, Lady Gaga, has announced dates for her North American tour, “Born This Way Ball.” Set to kick off on January 11, 2013 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, the singer is scheduled to play 3 shows in Canada and 23 in the United States. (more)
Like all years 2011 will be remembered for some highs and lows. Looking at Boston area events for the year there was nothing more exciting in Boston sports than the run the Boston Bruins had in the Stanley Cup Playoffs culminating in their 1st Championship since 1972. (more)
Pop sensation Lady Gaga is scheduled to headline two shows at the TD Garden starting tonight at 8:00 PM. Following her two-set Boston showcase, Gaga will be hitting the Atlantic City Boardwalk July 4th before the Madison Square Garden welcomes her in just two days later. The Monster Ball Tour will run all the way through April of next year with another Boston stop planned for March 8th. The multi-platinum artist has been touring for nine straight months with no signs of slowing down.
Not only has Gaga been hard at work on tour, but she’s also in the studio completing her second studio album. Although the release date is not yet confirmed, she stated in an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine that “it came so quickly. Some artists take years; I don’t. I write music every day.” Her previous projects The Fame and The Fame Monster sparked mega-hits “Just Dance,” “Poker Face,” “Paparazzi,” “Bad Romance” and “Alehandro.” Loge tickets for tonight’s show are currently priced under face value. Don’t miss your chance to witness Lady Gaga live at the Garden!
While the beginning of July is often celebrated for rapidly climbing temperatures, the much anticipated end of the school year and Independence Day, this July is beginning with a different kind of bash: the return of Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball tour. And to accommodate Gaga’s little Boston Monsters, she’s playing two separate shows at the TD Garden. On the cover of tomorrow’s Rolling Stone clad only in skimpy black panties and opting for machine guns rather than a bra (which seems like a conservative choice compared to her last RS cover in the bubble wrap), Gaga is notorious for going the extra mile to do the unexpected, taking provocative and scandalous to a whole new level.
Speaking in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine she said the follow-up to her debut, 2009′s The Fame, is already complete. “I’ve been working on it for months now, and I feel very strongly that it’s finished right now. It came so quickly. Some artists take years; I don’t. I write music every day.” A release date and title for the album have not yet been confirmed. The 24-year-old New Yorker released The Fame in January 2009, which has now spent a total of 75 weeks in the charts. She released a re-packaged version of the album with eight new tracks, The Fame Monster, later in the year.
A self-described “first electro-pop opera”, the Monster Ball Tour is her second headlining tour of the past two years. While Gaga first appeared in Boston at the start of the tour in December 2009, she announced in March that her revisiting shows would by no means be the same as the previous dates, calling for a revamp of the show because originally the tour was constructed in a very short span of time. The return to Boston will mark the ninth consecutive month that Gaga has spent on tour, as part of a seventeen month tour. Gaga has already planned a return to Boston in March of 2011.
Lady Gaga will be at the TD Garden, doubling her audience numbers since last year’s visit to the Citi Performing Arts Center. Playing the Garden on both July 1st and 2nd, Gaga’s second coming of the Monster Ball tour is likely to be just as extravagant as her wardrobe Quoted as having said“ I’m trying to change the world one sequin at a time,” this tour is destined to sparkle.
Pop sensation Lady Gaga just recently added 31 U.S. concert dates to her longtime Monster Ball world tour. She is set to launch the string of shows at Boston’s TD Garden Thursday, July 1st before heading to the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ on the 4th. Other venues preparing to host Gaga are located in major cities that include Dallas, Houston Los Angeles, New York City, last Vegas, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
Lady Gaga has made clear that the upcoming atmosphere will be different in light of the larger capacity arenas compared to her last run in 2009, saying “it’s still called Monster Ball, but it’s more of a musical and less of a concert.” Her debut album The Fame produced five #1 singles, eventually leading it to Platinum status in February. Be sure to purchase your Lady Gaga tickets right here with us at Ace!
2010 North American TourJune 28 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
July 1 Boston, MA TD Garden
July 4 Atlantic City, NJ Boardwalk Hall
July 6 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
July 11 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
July 14 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
July 15 Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse
July 17 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
July 20 Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center
July 22 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
July 25 Houston, TX Toyota Center
July 28 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
July 31 Phoenix, AZ US Airways Center
August 3 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
August 11 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
August 13 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand
August 16 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion
August 19 Portland, OR Rose Garden
August 21 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
August 23 Vancouver, BC General Motors Place
August 26 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
August 30 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
September 1 Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
September 4 Detroit, MI The Palace Of Auburn Hills
September 5 Pittsburgh, PA Consol Energy Center
September 7 Washington, DC Verizon Center
September 8 Charlottesville, VA John Paul Jones Arena
September 14 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center
September 16 Hartford, CT XL Center
September 18 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena
September 19 Raleigh, NC RBC Center
Just after cancelling her “Fame Kills Tour” with rapper and producer Kanye West, Lady Gaga has decided to embark on a fall tour herself which is scheduled to launch on November 10th. “I’m not taking any time off,” Lady Gaga told MTV News, “so I’ll be leaving just a week later than I was supposed to on my own solo tour, going to the same places.”
The rising female singer is known best for her mega-hits “Just Dance,” “Poker Face,” and Paparazzi. Many believe the first tour plans were cancelled due to Kanye losing popularity, caused by his recent outburst at the MTV Video Music Awards during country singer Taylor Swifts acceptance speech.
Gaga was originally scheduled to perform at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA on December 16th. Since adjusting her schedule she is likely to perform in Worcester around the same time.
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