Lady Gaga – World Tour
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Lady Gaga – World Tour
Fresh off of her triumphant Super Bowl halftime performance, Lady Gaga will embark on a more intimate trek – in arenas and stadiums – for the Joanne World Tour.
The jaunt begins August 1st at Vancouver, British Columbia and winds through North America – including stops at baseball stadiums like San Francisco’s AT&T Park (August 13th), Chicago’s Wrigley Field (August 25th), New York’s Citi Field (August 28th) and Boston’s Fenway Park (September 1st) – before heading to Europe for a month.
Gaga returns stateside for the second North American leg on November 5th in Indianapolis, circling the middle and southern stretches of the U.S. before ending December 14th in Salt Lake City.
Tickets for the first leg go on sale February 13th, with the second leg available starting February 20th. Check out Gaga’s website for full ticket information.
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The O2 is situated on Greenwich Peninsula next to North Greenwich Underground and Bus Station.
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The O2 opens at 9am and is open till late. Last admission is at 1am.
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