Lady GaGa Announces European Tour, With a Pit Stop in Dublin
Five time Grammy winner Lady Gaga will bring her Born This Way Ball to Ireland in September as part of a multi-date European tour. Gaga's world tour commences in Seoul, South Korea, on April 27th and will visit Melbourne, Auckland, Hong Kong, Singapore and more before 21 European performances, beginning in Bulgaria on August 14th.
Support throughout the tour will be provided by Brit rockers The Darkness and frequent collaborator Lady Starlight.
The Born This Way Ball will be Lady Gaga’s first tour since the release of her album Born This Waywhich has sold nearly 6 million copies worldwide since its release in May 2011, while Lady Gaga’s hit singles have combined sales of over 65 million worldwide.
Tickets will go on sale Monday 16th April at 9am and prices will range from €54.65 to €96.
Aug 14 Sofia, Bulgaria Vasil Levski National Stadium
Aug 16 Bucharest, Romania Arena Nationala Stadium
Aug 18 Vienna, Austria Wiener Stadhalle
Aug 21 Vilnius, Lithuania Vingis Park
Aug 23 Riga, Latvia Riga Mezaparks
Aug 25 Tallinn, Estonia Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
Aug 27 Helsinki, Finland Hartwall Areena
Aug 30 Stockholm, Sweden Ericsson Globe
Sept 2 Copenhagen, Denmark Parken Stadium
Sept 4 Koln, Germany Lanxess Arena
Sept 8 London, UK Twickenham Stadium
Sept 11 Manchester, UK MEN Arena
Sept 15 Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium On sale Apr 16
Sept 17 Amsterdam, NL Ziggo Dome
Sept 22 Paris, France Stade de France
Sept 24 Hannover, Germany TUI Arena
Sept 26 Zurich, Switzerland Hallenstadion Zurich
Sept 29 Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
Oct 2 Milan, Italy Mediolanum Forum
Oct 4 Nice, France Stade Charles-Ehrmann
Oct 6 Barcelona, Spain Palau Sant Jordi
Story by Sheena McGinley | 08:23 | Tuesday 10th April 2012 | Music News
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