Lady Gaga has announced the tour dates for her UK and European concerts. The former will be on 8 and 11 September, at London's Twickenham Stadium and the Manchester MEN Arena, respectively. She will also play a one-off date in Ireland, at Dublin's Aviva stadium on 15 September. The singer's European leg will start in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 14 August.
According to the Belfast Telegraph, the global tour, produced by Live Nation, begins in the South Korean capital of Seoul, on 27 April, before making its way to Europe. German electronic dance music DJ and producer ZEDD will support the singer's concerts across Asia, while long-time partner DJ Lady Starlight will join her Australian shows.
"ATTENTION EUROPEAN LITTLE MONSTERS: THE BORN THIS WAY BALL FIRST 21 DATES ARE HERE." Lady Gaga tweeted.
"The Haus of Gaga and I have worked for months conceiving a spectacular stage. The 'Born This Way Ball' is 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," Lady Gaga told NME.
Tickets for the show will be available from 13 April, 9 am onwards. To check the availability of the tickets, click here. According to the Metro, the tickets will be priced between £50 and £80 for the London date and £60 and £80 for the Manchester show.
Amidst the announcement of her show dates, there are also rumours that Lady Gaga is planning to get married to her boyfriend Taylor Kinney. The couple were spotted gifting each other a puppy and a cat. Taylor gave Gaga a puppy on her 26th birthday while Gaga gave him a cat so that he would remember her by even when she is away, on world tours such as this one.
"The promise ring is the biggest sign yet that they are thinking of getting married. It signifies that they are in a completely monogamous relationship. They are both absolutely smitten with one another. He thinks it's brilliant the way she hangs out with him and his pals, playing darts, at the bar, at the shooting range. She could soon be calling herself Mrs. Gaga," a source told The Herald Sun.