It's set for the UK later this year
Since the release of her fourth album ‘Joanne‘ in October last year, Lady Gaga has been keeping things on the low-down with a set of intimate club shows. Aside from that gigantic Super Bowl halftime show, off course. Now, she’s back where she belongs; hypnotising arenas worldwide with her 60-date ‘Joanne World Tour’. Here’s what went down in Vancouver last night (August 1).
Lady Gaga kicked off her mammoth 'Joanne World Tour' in Vancouver's Rogers Arena last night (August 1) with a 20-song set.
Gaga initially celebrated the release of her fourth album 'Joanne' with an intimate 'Dive Bar' tour, before her Super Bowl halftime show in February.
She opened the show with country numbers 'Diamond Heart' and 'A-Yo' from 'Joanne' with first album hits 'Poker Face' and 'Just Dance' not far behind.
The production for the tour proved to be as ambitious as ever, as the venue was inhabited by a gigantic main stage, and two smaller elevated platforms in the crowd.
Gaga kept chatter to a minimum, but paid tribute to her sizeable LGBTQ fan base by posing with a Rainbow flag that was thrown on stage.
Outfit changes came aplenty, with Gaga even recreating her look from the 'Joanne' album cover.
Only one song from her controversial third album 'ARTPOP' appeared, ('Applause') with the show leaning heavily on her latest country-tinged album.
She closed the show with new electo-pop single, 'The Cure', before playing an one-song encore with the epic ballad 'Million Reasons'.