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Lady Gaga Eyes Europe For Late Summer

01:01 PM Tuesday 4/10/12 | |

It’s going to be a long summer for Lady Gaga’s European fans. That’s because they will have to wait until mid-August before the “Born This Way Ball” lands on the continent.

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    Times Square New Year's Eve celebration, New York City
    December 31, 2011

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Gaga’s latest quest to remake the world in her image begins April 27 in Seoul, South Korea, and will play China, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia.
Now comes word the five-time Grammy winner has locked down her European dates. Launching in Bulgaria, Gaga’s Euro run includes stops in Austria, Romania, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Here’s the routing:

Aug. 14 – Sofia, Bulgaria, Levski Stadium
Aug. 16 – Bucharest, Romania, National Stadium
Aug. 18 – Vienna, Austria, Wiener Stadhalle
Aug. 21 – Vilnius, Lithuania, Vingis Park
Aug. 23 – Riga, Latvia, Riga Mezhapark
Aug. 25 – Tallinn, Estonia, Tallin Song Festival Grounds
Aug. 27 – Helsinki, Finland, Hartwall Arena
Aug. 30 – Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson Globe
Sept. 2 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Parken National Stadium Denmark
Sept. 4 – Cologne, Germany, Lanxess Arena
Sept. 8 – London, England, Twickenham Stadium
Sept. 11 – Manchester, England, Manchester Arena
Sept. 15 – Dublin, Ireland, Aviva Stadium
Sept. 17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
Sept. 22 – Paris, France, Stade de France
Sept. 24 – Hannover, Germany, TUI Arena
Sept. 26 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion Zurich
Sept. 29 – Antwerp, Belgium, Sportpaleis Antwerpen
Oct. 2 – Milan, Italy, Mediolanum Forum
Oct. 4 – Nice, France, Stade Charles-Ehrmann
Oct. 6 – Barcelona, Spain, Palau Sant Jordi

The Darkness and Lady Starlight appear on all dates.

“The House of Gaga and I have worked for months conceiving a spectacular stage,” Lady Gaga said. “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.”

Tickets for London, Manchester and Antwerp go on sale April 13; Helsinki, Dublin, Amsterdam, Paris and Nice April 16; Barcelona April 19; Stockholm, Copenhagen, Cologne, Hannover, Zurich and Milan April 20; Vienna, April 21; Sofia and Bucharest April 27; and Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn April 30. Head on over to Lady Gaga’s website for more fun facts to know and tell.


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