LADY GAGA to release additional tickets to sold out
JOANNE WORLD TOUR
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5
BANKERS LIFE FIELDHOUSE
On Heels of Blockbuster Coachella Performance and Debut of New Song “The Cure” Limited Number of Excellent Tickets To Be Released In All North American Arena Tour Markets
- Expansive Set Design Means Great Views for Fans –
Fresh from her blockbuster headlining performance at Coachella, Lady Gaga, along with Live Nation, announced today the release of additional tickets to the Joanne World Tour. Thanks to an innovative stage design featuring multi-levels, multi-stages and clear sight lines on all sides more fans will now have the opportunity to catch these previously sold out dates.
While quantities last, excellent reserved seating adjacent to the stage and general admission floor tickets have just been released for all North American arena tour dates beginning August 1st in Vancouver, BC. All arena performances in North America & Europe will feature general admission on the floor with reserved seating in the stands. Complete Itinerary follows and for complete VIP, tour and ticket information visit: LadyGaga.com & Ticketmaster.
Tickets for North American and European legs of the Joanne World Tour went on sale in early February and all dates promptly sold out resulting in the announcement of second shows in multiple markets. Lady Gaga’s current album Joanne is the six-time Grammy winner’s fourth album to reach Number-One on the Billboard Hot 100, driving two Top 10 singles, “Perfect Illusion” and “Million Reasons.” Lady Gaga debuted her latest song “The Cure” during her Coachella performance this past weekend.
For all Tour shows in the US, $1.00 from each ticket sold shall be donated to the Born This Way Foundation. Led by Lady Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta, Born This Way Foundation was founded in 2012 to support the wellness of young people and empower them to create a kinder and braver world. To achieve these goals, Born This Way Foundation leverages rigorous academic research and authentic partnerships in order to provide young people with improved mental health resources, more positive climates, and kinder communities – online and offline. Working with more than 50 non-profit organizations, Born This Way Foundation has connected more than 150,000 young people with services and programing in their communities. The Foundation is also working to improve understanding of the factors that affect youth wellness and empowerment, collecting data from more than 15,000 young people as part of its Born Brave Experience Survey currently in its third phase. Lady Gaga Joanne World Tour is produced by Live Nation Global Touring.