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Lady Gaga 2013 tour tickets

The Born This Way Ball is the third concert tour by American recording artist Lady Gaga, in support of her second studio album Born This Way (2011). The tour will consist of approximately 110 shows in Asia, New Zealand, Australia, and later Europe in August 2012, followed by Latin America and South Africa towards the end of the year, and then North America beginning in January 2013.

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During the release of “Judas”, the second single from Born This Way, Lady Gaga confirmed in an interview that she would embark on a concert tour in 2012, which would visit Latin American countries for the first time, like Brazil, and would return to Mexico. In November 2011, producer DJ White Shadow asserted that Gaga was “doing preparations for the next round of touring”, adding that the singer’s main objective in the following year was to continue preparing for the Born This Way Ball, as well as create new songs for her next studio album. Fernando Garibay, who began collaborating with Gaga in The Fame Monster (2009), felt that Born This Way was one of his most personal moments. He opined, “This album was the most personal because of the amount of detail that went into this record, the amount of passion and emotion from her and the team. Every song was a story towards the Born This Way theme. We’re excited now, putting that into the tour and expressing that on a live performance level.” In contrast to her previous tour, Garibay affirmed that the shows of the Born This Way Ball would be more exaggerated. A promotional poster of the tour was released on February 7, 2012, which was described by Billboard’s Ray Waddell as a “bizarre poster that portrays the ball as a campy, medieval-meets-the-80′s kingdom.” It features Gaga’s face hovering over dark clouds looking down from the sky, and includes touches of neon purple and turquoise coloring. She is also fused into a keytar, standing near her dancers in front of a medieval castle. The first and second legs for the Born This Way Ball were announced the following day, revealing that Gaga would perform concerts in countries such as South Korea, Hong Kong SAR, and Singapore. Additional dates as part of the Oceania leg were added on February 15, 2012. Live Nation Global Touring CEO Arthur Fogel and his team will steer around the tour, as they did the bulk of the Monster Ball tour of 2010–11. Fogel explained that “The last tour established Lady Gaga as a major act worldwide and I believe this tour will be an extension of that, particularly considering we’re going to territories she’s never been in, like Southeast Asia and Latin America.”
A European leg was announced in March 2012, which consisted of twenty-one dates over a period of two months, initiating in Bulgaria while concluding in Spain. Subsequently, German electronic musician Zedd was declared as an opening act for the Asian leg of the tour, while longtime collaborator Lady Starlight and British glam rock band The Darkness were approached as opening acts for the European portion of the Born This Way Ball. In their website, the band stated that they were “honoured to announce their addition to the bill as main support for Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Ball tour 2012.” Dates for Latin America were announced on August 6, 2012 via Twitter. There were two dates in North America and four in South America, with more to be added.

Lady Gaga evaluated the 2013 tour as 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.” Dance rehearsals occurred for approximately one month. In February 2012, she revealed that she would release stage designs for the Born This Way Ball via Twitter Gaga unveiled a sketch of the stage design, which was designed by the singer herself and her creative team Haus of Gaga. Lada Gaga tweeted: “I’m so excited. The Haus has been working so hard, we can’t wait for you to see it!! Love you Little Monsters, have the time of your life.” The stage was completed over a period of a few months, and was modeled after a medieval Gothic castle, featuring viewing towers, intricate carvings and a large catwalk to interact with the audience. It took over fifteen trailers—which measured fifty-three feet in length—to move the castle onto the stage. The area enclosed by the catwalk was described by Gaga as “The Monster Pit”. “The Monster Pit is General Admission only, and Little Monsters unlock it when they arrive to the arena or stadium. Entry to The Monster Pit is relegated to the fans who have arrived first, waited all night, dressed to ‘Ball.’ Every night Haus of Gaga will choose fans from The Monster Pit to come back stage and meet me! These tickets are not more expensive. No dress code requirement. Born This Way means anything goes.”
As part of an advertising campaign in the weeks proceeding to the tour, sketches of four costumes designed by Giorgio Armani were released to the press. Armani previously contributed attires to Gaga at the 52nd Grammy Awards, and again during her endeavors on the Monster Ball Tour.

The Born This Way Ball is the third concert tour by American recording artist Lady Gaga, in support of her second studio album Born This Way (2011). The tour will consist of approximately 110 shows in Asia, New Zealand, Australia, and later Europe in August 2012, followed by Latin America and South Africa towards the end of the year, and then North America beginning in January 2013.
During the release of “Judas”, the second single from Born This Way, Lady Gaga confirmed in an interview that she would embark on a concert tour in 2012, which would visit Latin American countries for the first time, like Brazil, and would return to Mexico. In November 2011, producer DJ White Shadow asserted that Gaga was “doing preparations for the next round of touring”, adding that the singer’s main objective in the following year was to continue preparing for the Born This Way Ball, as well as create new songs for her next studio album. Fernando Garibay, who began collaborating with Gaga in The Fame Monster (2009), felt that Born This Way was one of his most personal moments. He opined, “This album was the most personal because of the amount of detail that went into this record, the amount of passion and emotion from her and the team. Every song was a story towards the Born This Way theme. We’re excited now, putting that into the tour and expressing that on a live performance level.” In contrast to her previous tour, Garibay affirmed that the shows of the Born This Way Ball would be more exaggerated. A promotional poster of the tour was released on February 7, 2012, which was described by Billboard’s Ray Waddell as a “bizarre poster that portrays the ball as a campy, medieval-meets-the-80′s kingdom.” It features Gaga’s face hovering over dark clouds looking down from the sky, and includes touches of neon purple and turquoise coloring. She is also fused into a keytar, standing near her dancers in front of a medieval castle. The first and second legs for the Born This Way Ball were announced the following day, revealing that Gaga would perform concerts in countries such as South Korea, Hong Kong SAR, and Singapore. Additional dates as part of the Oceania leg were added on February 15, 2012. Live Nation Global Touring CEO Arthur Fogel and his team will steer around the tour, as they did the bulk of the Monster Ball tour of 2010–11. Fogel explained that “The last tour established Lady Gaga as a major act worldwide and I believe this tour will be an extension of that, particularly considering we’re going to territories she’s never been in, like Southeast Asia and Latin America.”
A European leg was announced in March 2012, which consisted of twenty-one dates over a period of two months, initiating in Bulgaria while concluding in Spain. Subsequently, German electronic musician Zedd was declared as an opening act for the Asian leg of the tour, while longtime collaborator Lady Starlight and British glam rock band The Darkness were approached as opening acts for the European portion of the Born This Way Ball. In their website, the band stated that they were “honoured to announce their addition to the bill as main support for Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Ball tour 2012.” Dates for Latin America were announced on August 6, 2012 via Twitter. There were two dates in North America and four in South America, with more to be added.
Lady Gaga evaluated the tour as 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.” Dance rehearsals occurred for approximately one month. In February 2012, she revealed that she would release stage designs for the Born This Way Ball via Twitter Gaga unveiled a sketch of the stage design, which was designed by the singer herself and her creative team Haus of Gaga. Lada Gaga tweeted: “I’m so excited. The Haus has been working so hard, we can’t wait for you to see it!! Love you Little Monsters, have the time of your life.” The stage was completed over a period of a few months, and was modeled after a medieval Gothic castle, featuring viewing towers, intricate carvings and a large catwalk to interact with the audience. It took over fifteen trailers—which measured fifty-three feet in length—to move the castle onto the stage. The area enclosed by the catwalk was described by Gaga as “The Monster Pit”. “The Monster Pit is General Admission only, and Little Monsters unlock it when they arrive to the arena or stadium. Entry to The Monster Pit is relegated to the fans who have arrived first, waited all night, dressed to ‘Ball.’ Every night Haus of Gaga will choose fans from The Monster Pit to come back stage and meet me! These tickets are not more expensive. No dress code requirement. Born This Way means anything goes.”

As part of an advertising campaign in the weeks proceeding to the tour, sketches of four costumes designed by Giorgio Armani were released to the press. Armani previously contributed attires to Gaga at the 52nd Grammy Awards, and again during her endeavors on the Monster Ball Tour.

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Posted on September 10, 2012, Event category: Concerts
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