Lady Gaga has announced a slew of new dates for her highly-anticipated Chromatica Ball Summer Tour 2022.

The American singer and songwriter made the announcement on Twitter with the revised schedule for the Grammy-winning album. The global tour was postponed twice due to the COVID-19 restrictions

Released in May 2020, Chromatica debuted with the No.1 spot on the Billboard 200 in 2021. With a start of 274,000 equivalent album units earned, it marked the fifth-largest week for any album in the US 2020 and the biggest for an album by a female artist. The tour was supposed to overlap with the album release but had to be postponed.

Here are the details for Lady Gaga’s Chromatica tour

The itinerary

The stadium tour has 15 stops and features some iconic locations across the globe. The tour will begin on 17 July and will go on till 10 September.

July 17 — Düsseldorf. Germany, Merkur Spiel-Arena
July 21 — Stockholm, Sweden, Friends Arena
July 24 — Paris, Stade de France
July 26 — Arnhem, Netherlands, GelreDome
July 29 and 30 — London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Aug. 6 — Toronto, Rogers Centre
Aug. 8 — Washington, D.C., Nationals Park
Aug. 11 — East Rutherford, Metlife Stadium
Aug. 15 — Chicago, Wrigley Field
Aug. 19 — Boston, Fenway Park
Aug. 23 — Dallas, Globe Life Field
Aug. 26— Atlanta, Truist Park
Sept. 8 — San Francisco, Oracle Park
Sept. 10 — Los Angeles, Dodger SStadium

Tickets and purchase

Tickets for the newly added dates will be up for sale from 11 March in Arnhem and London while it can be purchased from 14 March in other cities. For the shows in Paris, London, Toronto, East Rutherford, Chicago and Boston, tickets are already up for sale. Those who have already purchased need not worry as these tickets will be valid for the new shows.

Tracks and collaborations

For Chromatica, Lady Gaga has collaborated with other artists like Elton John and Ariana Grande among others. Grande and Gaga came together for “Rain on Me” and it bagged the #1 spot on Billboard. Another track titled “Stupid Love” has also earned a spot in the Billboard top-five hits.

Till now, Lady Gaga has only done one televised concert performance to promote the album. She appeared with Ariana Grande at the 2020 MTV VMAs where the duo belted out a number of tunes from the album. A remix version, titled Dawn Of Chromatica, was released in September of 2021.

(Main and feature image: Courtesy Lady Gaga/@ladygaga/Instagram)

This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia India

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Trinetra Paul
An ardent foodie, Trinetra seeks every opportunity of travelling and writing. Storytelling and slam poetry are her go-to jam. Her lazying around ideas includes binge watching and whipping up some snacks or searching the next place to visit.

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