Lady Gaga ‘The Born This Way’ Ball UK Tour dates released (Complete List)By Angel Cuala on Apr 11, 2012 in Concerts, Entertainment, Europe, Movies •
Lady Gaga ‘The Born This Way’ Ball poster
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Lady Gaga released on Wednesday, April 10, 2012, the dates of her ‘The Born This Way Ball‘ UK tour, with the complete list of 21-date concert tour available below.
“Attention European Little Monsters: The Born This Way Ball first 21 dates are here. #ImGoingToTheBTWBall” Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) tweeted that day, along with the link to photo of the said tour dates.
“After 1.5 months of grueling rehearsal the stage is now fully built and set up for the last three weeks of preparation. Took my breath away.” Mother Monster tweeted on Saturday, referring to her preparation for her upcoming concert tour.
According to her earlier previous statement, she and Haus of Gaga have worked for months to design a spectacular stage, describing the Born This Way Ball as an electro-metal pop opera, with the ticket sales for the said concert tour to be announced later this month.
Apparently, the Lady Gaga Born This Way Ball UK concert tour will be supported by British glamrock band The Darkness and DJ Lady Starlight, and will be her first worldwide tour since her album Born This Way was released last May, which reportedly sold over 8 million copies worldwide.
Aug. 14: Sofia, Bulgaria (Vasil Levski National Stadium)
Aug. 16: Bucharest, Romania (Arena Nationala Stadium)
Aug. 18: Vienna, Austria (Wiener Stadthalle)
Aug. 21: Vilnus, Lithuania (Vingis Park)
Aug. 23: Riga, Latvia (Riga Mezaparks)
Aug. 25: Tallinn, Estonia (Tallinn Song Festival Grounds)
Aug. 27: Helsinki, Finland (Hartwall Arena)
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)
Sept. 17: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Zeigge 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 (Medielanum Forum)
Oct. 4: Nice, France (Stade Charles-Ehrmann)
Oct. 6: Barcelona, Spain (Palau Sant Jordi)
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