Lady Gaga is too large a personality and creative force to be simply labeled a singer or an artist. She has worked hard to embody the term performing artist and deserves the credit for her work. Her music truly touches her audience, a rabid group known as the Little Monsters. Gaga’s lyrics invoke celebration of choice and personal freedom. Her vision for her music videos and her tours are going to inspire adulation or contempt, through little prodding of her own. She owns these visions and has kept the Haus of Gaga in order to ensure Lady Gaga tickets and music videos remain as powerful performance pieces as a Broadway musical or HBO drama. And, it must be mentioned, all this work is not lost once she takes the stage, as Lady Gaga is among the most active performers in terms of pure number of concert dates and in terms of her stage presence.
The latest tour is the Born This Way Ball. Yes, her tours are of such a grandiose quality they have quickly become known as balls. The Born This Way Ball began on April 27, 2012 and will end on March 16, 2013. In between these start and stop dates Lady Gaga travel the world in seven legs and play 113 concert dates (115 overall). These last few months will take her through South America, Africa, Europe, and North America.
Fans spanning these four continents will enjoy what has become a Lady Gaga staple, a five act performance. The Haus of Gaga arrives at the end each leg to freshen the experience with new concepts, new set pieces, and new costumes. Thus, the Born This Way Ball will be an almost completely different experience in March 2013 than it was back in April 2012.
After the tour Lady Gaga can be seen on the silver screen in Robert Rodriguez’s movie Machete Kills, can be heard in a jazz collaboration with Tony Bennett, and will be busy preparing for the tour after the release of ARTPOP early in 2013.
Little is known of this new album, which will be just her third. Critics and fans are wondering whether this will be homage to an era as The Fame was to the 1980s or a statement like Born This Way. Fans would probably appreciate a little more “Just Dance” and “Poker Face” after a highly politicized and controversial couple of years. They enjoyed and celebrated “The Edge of Glory” and “Judas”, but would hail her for a “Telephone” sequel. As always much of her plans remain mysteries, leaving fans no other choice but to find Lady Gaga concert tickets to get the latest news.