Many tours are staged in 2021, but this week, Lady Gaga fans discovered that her tour is not among them. An email was sent to ticket holders on Wednesday to inform them that the singer’s The Chromatica Ball tour will be postponed to 2022. Existing tickets will apply to the new date.
Lady Gaga said in a statement on the postponement. “Although some regions of the world are taking quick action to open up, other regions are not yet ready.”
“So, before we confirm all global dates, we must perform the Chromatica Ball Postponed to the summer of 2022″. The Chromatica Ball tour was originally announced in March 2020. Just before live events around the world were suspended due to the pandemic. The date was originally scheduled to be held in Paris, France on July 24. And further shows will be held in London, Boston, Toronto, Chicago, and East Rutherford, New Jersey. These dates were quickly suspended and were originally scheduled for 2021.
All six dates are marked on the singer’s website as postponed to 2022the exact date has not yet been announced. Due to the pandemic, her performance at MGM Park in Las Vegas was also shelved indefinitely. Recently, Lady Gaga celebrated the tenth anniversary of the release of her iconic single “Born This Way” and the upcoming film “House of Gucci.” It tells the story of the murder of Maurizio Gucci, the heir of the fashion empire.
Chromatica Ball in North America
Lady Gaga is back, monsters, and she plans to blow the MetLife Stadium away! The controversial pop singer has a date for a night to remember, scheduled for August 19! The show is a part of the short, elite tour, taking place only in some of the largest stadiums in Europe and North America. The other scheduled venues are Stade de France (Paris, July 25), Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London, 30 July), Fenway Park (Boston, August 7), Rogers Center (Toronto, August 16), MetLife Stadium (New Jersey, August 19), and a final show on Wrigley Field (Chicago, August 27).