Lady Gaga fans thrilled as star confirms tour can ‘finally’ resume after delays

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Lady Gaga is finally set to hit the road on her worldwide Chromatica Ball tour this summer – after being forced to cancel the tour twice due to covid complications.

The US pop star was originally meant to dazzle fans with the tour in 2020, but it was postponed to 2021 due to the Covid outbreak.

Fans faced more heartbreak when the 12-time Grammy-winner's concerts were moved to June last year.

However, Lady Gaga has now revealed her epic run of rescheduled stadium shows across the globe – including a second London date.

Announced via Twitter on Monday (March 7), Gaga's 14-city worldwide summer tour includes rescheduled dates in cities like London and Paris.

It also includes newly added gigs in places such as Los Angeles, Washington, San Francisco, Stockholm, Dusseldorf and Arnhem.

The singer's two London gigs will take place on July 29 and 30 – at UK football club Tottenham Hotspur's Stadium.

Reacting to the tour online, fans were delighted to see the songstress finally hitting the road after so long.

One fan wrote: "Get in girlies, we’re going to Planet Chromatica!!!!"

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A second said: "AHH IM SO EXCITED"

A third commented: "QUEEN WE CAN'T WAIT"

A fourth gushed: "Finally gonna see you the goddess again… so hyped for Lady Gaga tour"

A fifth added: "Omg we finally going Chromatica"

The tour is based on Gaga's number one-selling, Grammy-winning 2020 album Chromatica.

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Teasing the stadium dates, LiveNation said Gaga's tour "promises to be a full-scale, Lady Gaga pop show featuring fan favourite hits, and the first ever public live performances".

The tour will kick off in Dusseldorf on July 17 and finish in Los Angeles on September 10.

Tickets for the newly-announced London date will go on sale March 11 at 10am over at LiveNation here, and tickets for the rescheduled show are on sale now.

For complete tour and ticketing information, fans can visit the LiveNation website – which is linked above.

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