Shortly after her Super Bowl appearance, Lady Gaga announced a new world tour that includes a Tampa show on December 1, 2017.
The Joanne World Tour is named after the entertainer’s recent 5th album, Joanne, which includes the hit singles “Perfect Illusion,” “Million Reasons,” along with my favorite song, “A-Yo.” Joanne debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200, marking her 4th consecutive #1 album – the first female to do so in the 2010s.
Following her amazing show in Orlando on Friday, Lady Gaga hit the theme parks yesterday (April 16).
While out and about, she ran into the Evil Queen from Snow White at the Magic Kingdom. Comparing snacks? Exchanging fashion tips? Who knows what these two divas talked about, but it doesn’t appear Gaga felt the need to watch her back.
Love her or hate her, there’s no denying that Lady Gaga knows how to keep a crowd entertained.
Her flair for the theatrical and her catchy songwriting have endeared her to millions of fans, which she lovingly calls her monsters.
If you’re one of her monsters, you’ll want to mark your concert calendar in bright red for April 15. Not only is that tax day, but it’s the date that Lady Gaga will bring the second leg of her Monster Ball tour to the Amway Center in Orlando.
Regular tickets are priced at $49.50, $85 and $175 (plus tax and service fees).
There are also three VIP ticket packages available for purchase:
LITTLE MONSTER ZONE – $235 Package to include: – Early admission for GA floor – Exclusive Lady Gaga merchandise item – Collectible Lady Gaga laminate
SILVER HOT SEAT – $240 Package to include: – Premium Price Level 2 reserved seat – Exclusive Lady Gaga merchandise item – Collectible Lady Gaga laminate
GOLD HOT SEAT – $435 Package to include: – Premium Price Level 1 reserved seat – Pre-show disco (appetizers and cash bar) – Exclusive Lady Gaga merchandise item – Collectible Lady Gaga laminate
Ticket are available via Ticketmaster and the Amway Center box office. They went on sale last month, so the floor and about half the first level are sold out as of this post date. But there are still plenty of good seats to enjoy the show from.
To whet your appetite, here’s one her biggest singles, “Bad Romance”: