Lady Gaga announces rescheduled North American tour dates

Star's 'pop-electro opera' to hit the road next month

Lady Gaga has announced dates for her upcoming North American tour and has also revealed the tracklisting for the release of her debut album.

Called ‘The Monster Ball’, the tour announcement comes just a few weeks after her co-headlining tour with Kanye West was cancelled.

“The haus of Gaga had been designing ‘The Monster Ball’ for premiere in 2010 at the O2 Arena in London, but due to dilligent work and preparation, it will begin on November 27 in Montreal,” the singer wrote on her blog. “‘The Monster Ball’ is a multimedia artistic experience in the style of the first-ever ‘pop electro opera’,” she added.


The tour will begin on November 27 in Montreal and finish on January 21, 2010 in Gaga‘s home city of New York.

Lady Gaga will play the following dates:

Montreal, Quebec, The Bell Center (November 27)
Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Center (28)
Ottawa, Ontario, Scotiabank Place (29)
Boston, MA, Wang Center (December 1, 2)
Camden, NJ, Susquehanna Bank Center (3)
Vancouver, B.C, Queen Elizabeth Theatre (9, 10)
San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (13)
Las Vegas, NV, TBD (18)
San Diego, CA, San Diego Sports Arena (19)
Los Angeles, CA, Nokia Theatre (21)
Atlanta, GA, The Fox Theatre (29)
Miami, FL, James L. Knight Center (31)
Orlando, FL, Hard Rock Live (January 3)
St. Louis, MO, The Fox Theatre (7)
Chicago, IL, The Chicago Theatre (8, 9)
Detroit, MI, The Fox Theatre (12)
Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata (16)
New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall (20, 21)

Preceding the tour Lady Gaga will also be releasing ‘The Fame: Monster’, the expanded re-release of her debut album.

Released on November 23, the album will include eight brand new songs, with the tracklisting for the new tracks being:

‘Bad Romance’
‘So Happy I Could Die’
‘Dance In The Dark’

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