Lady Gaga Lights Up Super Bowl Halftime, Announces Joanne World Tour
February 6, 2017


Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga dazzled in Sunday night's Super Bowl halftime show. After singing parts of "God Bless America" and "This Land is Your Land" in a pre-taped segment atop the stadium, Gaga bungeed into the field in a sparking, space-age outfit and kicked into a medley of many of her greatest hits. Featuring an endless amount of dancers, multiple shining stages and plenty of pyrotechnics, the Pop star performed a mix of "The Edge of Glory," "Poker Face," "Born This Way," "Telephone," "Just Dance," "Million Reasons" and "Bad Romance." For her grand finale, Gaga dropped her mic, caught a football and lept off her stage, vanishing completely out of sight.

As expected, following her performance, Gaga announced her 2017 world tour dates overnight. The massive trek begins in Vancouver on August 1, with the first leg winding up in Philadelphia on September 10. She will head overseas for a series of dates in September and October, returning to North America for a third and final leg of touring start in Indianapolis on November 5 and wrapping up in Salt Lake City on December 14.

The arena tour also includes a handful of outdoor stadium dates, as she will play AT&T Park in San Francisco, Wrigley Field in Chicago, New York City's Citi Field and Fenway Park in Boston.

Lady Gaga Joanne World Tour Dates:

8/1: Vancouver, BC
8/3: Edmonton, AB
8/5: Tacoma, WA
8/8: Los Angeles
8/11: Las Vegas
8/13: San Francisco
8/15: Sacramento
8/19: Omaha
8/21: St. Paul, MN
8/23: Cleveland
8/25: Chicago
8/28: New York City
9/1: Boston
9/4: Montreal
9/6: Toronto
9/10: Philadelphia
9/15: Rio De Janeiro (Rock in Rio Festival)
9/22: Barcelona
9/24: Zurich
9/26: Milan
9/29: Hamburg
10/1: Antwerp
10/3: Amsterdam
10/6: Paris
10/9: London
10/15: Birmingham
10/17: Manchester
10/21: Copenhagen
10/23: Stockholm
10/26: Berlin
10/28: Koln
11/5: Indianapolis
11/7: Detroit
11/10: Uncasville, CT
11/13: Louisville
11/15: Kansas City
11/16: St. Louis
11/19: Washington, D.C.
11/20: Pittsburgh
11/28: Atlanta
11/30: Miami
12/1: Tampa
12/3: Houston
12/5: Austin
12/8: Dallas
12/9: Oklahoma City
12/12: Denver
12/14: Salt Lake City




 
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