Following her dramatic performance for the Super Bowl halftime show last night, Lady Gaga has unveiled 2017 tour dates for the Americas and Europe.
The Joanne World Tour is set to begin on August 1 with shows in Canada and the USA. Then, the tour will head to Brazil's Rock in Rio for one South American Concert before touring Europe from September to October, and finally winding back across North America through December. No opening act has been announced at this time.
ArtRave: The Artpop Ball in 2014 was Gaga's last major tour as a solo artist, which was followed by the Cheek To Cheek Tour with Tony Bennett from 2014 to 2015. In 2016, she performed just three concerts at small venues for the Dive Bar Tour, to promote the Joanne album.
Updated Feb 13, 2017: Additional dates have been added in NYC, LA, Boston, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Toronto, London, and Paris.
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When do Lady Gaga 2017 tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
Tickets go on sale to the public as early as Friday, February 10. Before then, presales begin for Citi / American Express cardmembers and VIP packages as early as February 8. Some dates don't go on sale until a week or two later, so we recommend checking the links above for information about the show you're interested in.
The Live Nation presale offer code is SHOWTIME and the LN Mobile App code is COVERT. For the Citi presale password you can enter 412800 and for American Express you can try INGOLD, although you'll need a Citi or AmEx card to complete your purchase. Purchases at Lady Gaga's official website shop will include a fan club presale code.
Keep in mind, each date can be different and details are subject to change. Follow Lady Gaga on her social media accounts and signing up for her free email newsletter, in addition to checking your local venue’s social media and email subscription, to get the most up-to-date information.
Just five years ago, Lady Gaga was one of the most popular artists in the world, grossing over $180 million on the Born This Way Ball over the course of nearly 100 concerts from 2012 to 2013. That tour was cut short due to injury, and things have never been quite the same since. It will be interesting to see if the Little Monsters turn out for this one.
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