Lady Gaga’s rescheduled Chromatica Ball tour set to go ahead this summer with added dates

Pop icon Lady Gaga has released the dates for the summer tour of her Grammy-winning album Chromatica with new tickets going live from this Friday.

The tour kicks off on 17 July in the German city of Dusseldorf with the 14 other shows spread across 14 cities in Europe and North America, from Paris to London.

It will feature hits from her 2020 album.

Alongside the rescheduled dates, added shows include an extra London performance on 30 July at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Lady Gaga‘s album Chromatica was released in May 2020 and features hit singles like Rain On Me with Ariana Grande.

Tickets for newly-added dates in London and Arnhem go on sale this Friday, with tickets for rescheduled shows in Paris, London, Toronto, East Rutherford, Chicago and Boston already live – previously purchased tickets remain valid.

Excitement for the tour follows disappointing news which fans faced in March 2020 when the tour was first announced and then postponed due to the COVID pandemic.

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Lady Gaga posted on Twitter and Instagram, sharing updates about the rescheduled tour.

The tour will wrap up in Los Angeles on 10 September with the last show at the Dodger Stadium.

Chromatica is Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album and features collaborations with stars including Ariana Grande, Elton John and Blackpink.

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