Lady Gaga 2022 Tour Announcement – The Chromatica Ball
Lady Gaga has postponed her upcoming tour, The Chromatica Ball, until 2022. New dates for the tour are yet to be announced. The four-show expedition is set to take place at the country’s largest stadiums, including Rogers Centre in Toronto, ON, and Fenway Park in Boston, MA.
Originally scheduled to happen in 2020, the much-anticipated Chromatica Ball has been postponed until 2022 to guarantee safety for all attendees. Her only scheduled concert date prior to the Chromatica Ball is “One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga” on August 5, 2021.
Regarding Gaga’s upcoming tour, it’s named after her sixth record, Chromatica. The 2020 album received excellent reviews from critics, while the cyberpunk and dance-pop theme gave fans a reason to dance even during the most stressful times.
The single “Rain On Me” with Lady Gaga Ariana Grande became an anthem of hopefulness and strength at the height of the pandemic – earning a whopping 327 million views on YouTube, inspiring countless Twitter memes, and becoming the seventh most-streamed song of summer 2020.
Admit it, you danced to “Rain on Me” a few times as you were cooped up inside last summer… and so did all the music journalists. Entertainment Weekly called the track a “therapeutic banger,” while Paper said it was “absolutely electric by its end, having charged up enough raw emotion and heartbreak to power an entire circuit party’s worth of strobe lights.”
In true Gaga fashion, the track makes her fans feel loved and at peace as they dance like there’s no tomorrow… and you can do just that when you see Gaga perform “Rain on Me” at the Chromatica Ball. In addition to other top Lady Gaga songs like “Stupid Love,” “911,” “Just Dance,” “Applause,” and “Born This Way.”
Are you excited for Gaga to finally announce the 2022 dates for the Chromatica Ball? Us too. Stay tuned!