The Circus of Monsters’ queen Lady Gaga is set to make her triumphant come back to stages across the EU this Spring with her Born This Way Ball as confirmed by tour producers Live Nation.
The five-time Grammy Award winner will perform her latest album “Born This Way” as well as tracks from her previous records, “The Fame” and “The Fame Monster”, in 21 European cities, including two shows in the UK, one London’s Twickenham Stadium and another one in Manchester Arena in September.
Talking about her upcoming tour, which will kick off on April 27 in Seul, South Korea, the Lady herself said: “The Haus of Gaga and I have worked for months conceiving a spectacular stage.
“The Born This Way Ball is an Electro-Metal Pop-Opera; the tale of the Beginning, the genesis of the Kingdom of Fame. How we were birthed and how we will die celebrating.”
Newly reformed British glam rock band The Darkness will be supporting Gaga for the European leg of The Born This Way Ball, the first tour since the release of her last album, which has sold nearly 6 million copies worldwide since its debut in May 2011.
Gaga’s freak show will later head off to Australian and Asian territory, including multiple sell outs in Melbourne, Auckland, Hong Kong, Singapore and many more cities across the globe.
German electronic dance music DJ and producer Zedd will join the tour as Lady Gaga’s special guest for all concerts in Asia and the diva’s longtime collaborator DJ Lady Starlight has been confirmed as the supporting act for all the gigs in Australia, New Zealand, and Europe.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on April 13 from Ticket Master and Live Nation’s website and prices will range from £50 – £80 for London and £60 – £80 for Manchester.
If you want to enjoy a VIP Experience and Hospitality you can buy tickets online at www.LiveNationExperience.co.uk or call 0207 009 3484.
See below for full The Born This Way Ball 2012 European Tour itinerary:
14 – Sofia, Bulgaria Vasil Levski National Stadium, on sale April 27.
16 – Bucharest, Romania Arena Nationala Stadium, on sale April 27.
18 – Vienna, Austria Wiener Stadhalle, on sale April 21.
21 – Vilnius, Lithuania Vingis Park, on sale April 30.
23 – Riga, Latvia Riga Mezaparks, on sale April 30.
25 – Tallinn, Estonia Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, on sale April 30.
27 – Helsinki, Finland Hartwall Areena, on sale April 16.
30 – Stockholm, Sweden Ericsson Globe, on sale April 20.
2 – Copenhagen, Denmark Parken Stadium, on sale April 20.
4 – Koln, Germany Lanxess Arena, on sale April 20.
8 – London, UK Twickenham Stadium, on sale April 13.
11 – Manchester, UK Manchester Arena, on sale April 13.
15 – Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium, on sale April 16.
17 – Amsterdam, NL Ziggo Dome, on sale April 16.
22 – Paris, France Stade de France, on sale April 16.
24 – Hannover, Germany TUI Arena, on sale April 20.
26 – Zurich, Switzerland Hallenstadion Zurich, on sale April 20.
29 – Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis, on sale April 13.
2 – Milan, Italy Mediolanum Forum, on sale April 20.
4 – Nice, France Stade Charles-Ehrmann, on sale April 16.
6 – Barcelona, Spain Palau Sant Jordi, on sale April 19.
Itinerary subject to change.
More dates to be announced soon.