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Lady Gaga - The Chromatica Ball

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by aux, Mar 9, 2020.

  1. This makes me sad that I’m missing out on the tour. Though they’ll end up online shortly after. Also… I need a Gaga x Knight hardcover book.
     
  2. I will be checking my phone, hate that song.
     
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  3. Gaga is too plugged in to do an NFT now, I imagine they're creating some sort of 3D CGI avatar like they did for Enigma.
     
  4. Gaga is too plugged in to do an NFT now, I imagine they're creating some sort of 3D CGI avatar like they did for Enigma.
     
  5. Shallow sold 65% of those stadiums. Put some respect.
     
  6. I like to think that in a thousand years when aliens are excavating our planet to better understand how humans once lived, they will come across this statue in an buried warehouse and think it was a tribute to a deity of ours. They wouldn't be wrong.
     
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  7. First announced on March 5, 2020, the Chromatic Ball tour named after Gaga’s sixth studio album, Chromatica, was originally a six-date run that expanded to 17 dates when new shows were added the original routing in March. Last month, three more east coast dates were added, including an Aug. 26 stop in Atlanta and Aug. 28 in Hershey, Penn.

    So far, the tour has generated over $80 million in gross ticket sales with many markets here and overseas sold out, according to sales data viewed by Billboard, including Dusseldorf, London, Japan and Boston. Paris, Stockholm, Arnhem, Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago and New York are all well positioned for a strong final sales push.

    “Europe is over 88% sold with 70,000 tickets sold in Paris, 76,000 in London and opener in Düsseldorf, Germany completely sold out,” says Arthur Fogel, president of global touring and chairman for concerts at Live Nation. “Toronto is sold out, New York is basically sold out, Wrigley Field is sold out. Tokyo’s two shows at the Tokyo Dome are sold out — it’s amazing.”

    Fogel says his only disappointment so far is “that we don’t have more time to add more shows,” based on Lady Gaga’s busy schedule in 2022. In April, Gaga staged nine performances of her Jazz & Piano residency at the Park MGM hotel and casino in Las Vegas. The Chromatica Ball launches July 17 in Düsseldorf and ends Sept . 17 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.

    She'll be pulling some great numbers.
     
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  8. Totally random but one of her guitarists posted on Instagram that he is travelling to the UK right now.
    Wonder if she's staying in Europe until the tour start.
    Probably a nothing but DJWS, Nick Monson and Dave Russell are in London as well.
     
  9. I'm planning my trip now for London for the date on 29th July.

    I'm planning to go very early morning Friday maybe even Thursday night to basically wait outside in the queue. I feel like there is going to be a lot of people planning the same thing so can anyone suggest a time to do this with the best possible change of being at the front of the stage. I have early access golden circle so I want to make the most of it.
     
  10. Honestly, in my experience, I wouldn't 'bother'

    It will really depend on the height and layout of the stage.
    If its just a basic with no catwalk then queueing Thursday night to be one of the first in May actually be detrimental to your view of the stage. They are often so high that you wouldn't see anything past the upper parts of bodies.
    If there is a catwalk or a section of the stage that Gaga spends alot of time at, then I can understand wanting to be near that specific section but we won't know anything about this until the tour starts

    Obviously just my view. I can only try and assure you that I've seen many gigs and been GC section and have always turned up as the doors open or within an hour of them opening
     
  11. Thanks for your reply. I can say for sure I will not be turning up an hour within the doors opening, even if it seems fine. I'm sure there will be some sort of catwalk as a stage design came out on twitter I think and it hard two large catwalks although I don't know if its confirmed or not.
     
  12. Yeah, lots of venues showed a catwalk in their seating plans.

    I’ll be showing up just before the doors open I think.
     
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  13. I have golden circle tickets so wherever I stand I suppose is good enough so I probably won‘t arrive hours before either.
     
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  14. Not sure how real this is but Ticketmaster Stockholm I think posted this and then deleted it straight away.

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  15. This is the one I've seen in most sites.

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  16. Her French store is currently down so maybe they're adding some Chromatica Ball merch. This seemed to be what happened when stuff was announced/added back when Chromatica was released.
     
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  17. If that stage doesn't turn out to be the shape of the chromatica symbol in some form... a wasted opportunity.
     
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  18. I would prefer this type of stage, or if they did the stage in the shape of the sine, that would be really cool.
     
  19. I'm just booking flights and accommodation for London. We think this is actually happening right? I feel there has been no hype or anticipation as yet...
     
  20. Well she and the band have been in rehearsal for it so I imagine it's still going ahead. She's just following the theme of the whole chromatica era which is silence and to be fair to her also, aside from 2-3 dates, it's like 90% sold out. She doesn't really need to be mentioning it all the time.
     
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