Lady Gaga finally announces the rescheduled tour dates for The Chromatica Ball

Lady Gaga is heading out on a world tour with The Chromatica Ball. (Twitter)

Lady Gaga has finally announced the rescheduled tour dates for The Chromatica Ball.

The pop icon will bring the much-anticipated stadium tour to London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 29 July.

Alongside the rescheduled shows, Gaga has announced extra dates, including a second London performance for 30 July.

She’s also added new shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Dallas, Atlanta, Dusseldorf, Stockholm and Arnhem.

Fans will be able to get their hands on tickets for the new dates from Ticketmaster UK and Ticketmaster US.

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The news comes after the tour was postponed to 2022, with Gaga saying: “While some parts of the world are moving quickly to open up, others are not yet ready.”


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It was originally set to take place in 2020, but was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic, with fans waiting for months for the rescheduled dates.

The tour is in support of her number one album Chromatica, which was released in May 2020, and includes singles “Stupid Love” and “Rain On Me”, with Ariana Grande.

You can find out the full tour schedule and how to get tickets for The Chromatica Ball below.

How to get tickets

Fans can get their hands on tickets to the extra London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium show from 10am on 11 March.

They’ll be available from Ticketmaster here.

Tickets are priced at £51.65–£167.50 for seated, £85.40 for standing and £167.50 for gold circle standing.

For tickets to the US and European dates head to For all shows in the US, $1.00 from each ticket sold will be donated to Born This Way Foundation.

The Chromatica Ball Tour rescheduled dates

  • 17 July – Düsseldorf. DE Merkur Spiel- Arena
  • 21 July – Stockholm. SW Friends Arena
  • 24 July – Paris, FR Stade de France
  • 26 July – Arnhem, NL GelreDome
  • 29 July – London, UK Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • 30 July – London, UK Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • 6 August – Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
  • 8 August – Washington, DC Nationals Park
  • 11 August – East Rutherford, NJ Metlife Stadium
  • 15 August – Chicago, IL Wrigley Field
  • 19 August – Boston, MA Fenway Park
  • 23 August – Dallas, TX Globe Life Field
  • 26 August – Atlanta, GA Truist Park
  • 8 September – San Francisco, CA Oracle Park
  • 10 September – Los Angeles, CA Dodger Stadium