GRAMMY Award, Golden Globe Award and Academy Award winner Lady Gaga has added new LADY GAGA “Jazz & Piano” concert dates to her residency at the Park Theater in Las Vegas.
Lady Gaga announced the new dates in an Instagram post, revealing that the public can “sign up to receive the Little Monsters pre-sale code at gagavegas.com for early access to tickets tomorrow, tickets go on sale to the public on Friday at 10 a.m. PT.”
Presented in partnership by MGM Resorts International and Live Nation, the “Jazz & Piano” shows will feature stripped down versions of his hits as well as music from The Great American Songbook. Lady Gaga previously announced four exclusive ‘Jazz & Piano’ evenings as part of her Las Vegas residency, and due to overwhelming demand she has decided to make them a permanent part of her Las Vegas performance schedule. . Lady Gaga will also perform new tracks from her recent album, “Love For Sale,” her latest collaborative album with Tony Bennett that celebrates Cole Porter’s songbook.
April 21, 23-24
Lady Gaga has amassed 31 million album sales worldwide and 171 million singles sales, making her one of the best-selling musicians of all time. Gaga is one of the biggest driving forces in social media with over 59 million likes on Facebook, over 72 million followers on Twitter and over 31 million followers on Instagram. Her fifth studio album, Joanne, was released in October 2016 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200, marking her fourth consecutive No. 1 album – the first woman to do so in the past seven years.
Lady Gaga has also enjoyed incredible touring success with Live Nation producing and promoting all of her tours since The Monster Ball Tour (2009-2011), which was the highest-grossing tour for a debut artist in history. Since then, she has also entertained fans with her Born This Way Ball tour (2012-2013); the ArtRave Tour 2014: The ARTPOP Ball Tour; his 2015 touring collaboration with Tony Bennett; as well as her most recent JOANNE WORLD TOUR which ended earlier this year.
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