Lady Gaga reveals artRAVE tour stage plans

Fans will be able to dance under runways when Gaga performs live

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Lady Gaga has revealed the stage plans for her forthcoming artRAVE tour.

The tour hits Britain in October and Gaga shared plans for the elaborate stage layout via her Twitter page last night. The singer posted a picture of the stage (see above) with an extensive runway which extends out in front of the traditional stage and down two separate paths.

Discussing the staging, Gaga revealed: "The stage is lucite and you can just dance underneath the runways," and wrote a message to her fans stating: "I can't wait to be with u every night on the road. You've brought me back to life, hope u like the stage!"

Lady Gaga recently added a third date at London's O2 Arena to her UK tour schedule. The first two nights sold out immediately. She will play a series of arena dates in Manchester, Glasgow, London, Dublin and Birmingham. Tickets for the majority of the dates went on sale in February. See below for ticket details.

Starting in Birmingham on October 15, the tour will then finish at London's O2 Arena on October 26.

Lady Gaga will play:

Birmingham NIA (October 15)
Dublin O2 Arena (17)
Glasgow Hydro (19)
Manchester Phones 4U Arena (21)
London O2 Arena (23, 25, 26)


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