Singer Lady Gaga is heading to Las Vegas!
Although she has been making a splash on the silver screen in 2018’s “A Star Is Born” and 2021’s “House of Gucci,” Lady Gaga is returning to the stage!
Lady Gaga Offers Early Ticket Access For Her Little Monsters
Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano 🎺🎼 Returning to Las Vegas this Spring at @ParkMGM’s Dolby Live!
Sign up to receive the Little Monsters pre-sale code at https://t.co/jnMYUgDoRu for early ticket access tomorrow ✨
Tickets go on sale to the public Friday at 10am PT 🤍 pic.twitter.com/9H247jrZHF
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) January 31, 2022
On Monday morning, Lady Gaga posted a black and white video on Instagram advertising her Jazz and Piano Las Vegas Residency from April 14 through May 1.
“Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano,” she wrote in the caption. “Returning to Las Vegas this Spring at @ParkMGM’s Dolby Live!”
“Sign up to receive the Little Monsters pre-sale code at gagavegas.com for early ticket access tomorrow,” she added. “Tickets go on sale to the public Friday at 10am PT.”
Fans who go to gagavegas.com only have to put in their email, zip code, and country to receive access to a pre-sale code, which begins on Tuesday, February 1 at 10 AM PT. Gaga will be playing nine shows from Thursday, April 4, through Sunday, May 1, which is sure to leave fans scrambling for tickets!
Fans Are BEGGING Lady Gaga For A Chromatica Ball Tour!
Some fans celebrated Gaga’s new Las Vegas Residency.
Brian Newman commented, “Yeah baby! Let’s GOOO!”
“FINALLY,” another fan wrote.
However, many more fans flooded social media with calls for updates on her long-awaited Chromatica Ball tour.
“What about the Chromatica Ball tho?” another asked.
“Nooooo,” another wrote. “I WANTS CHROMATICA BALL TOUR.”
“What’s happening w Chromatica Ball babe…..” another asked.
“We want chromatic ball,” said another.
“Announce Chromatica Tour Dates,” another said. “It’s been nearly a year.”
“Bro like I love mother monster but like what about Chromatica?” another asked.
Lady Gaga Performed With Tony Bennett One Last Time
“Love For Sale” is available everywhere now! ❤️ And the music video for “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” is out tomorrow at 9am PT! Thank you for listening and celebrating jazz music with @itstonybennett and me!!! 🥰🎺🎶 https://t.co/x4phqHuwlV pic.twitter.com/XFgHaB8U52
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 1, 2021
Even though she’s been busy with her acting career, Gaga has been busy performing with the legendary Tony Bennett. On a Twitter post pinned to the top of her page, Gaga was plugging their album “Love for Sale” and the music video for “I’ve Got You Under My Skin.”
Their summer concert series was filmed and aired for audiences in late November in a TV special called “One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga.”
Before Bennett took the stage, Lady Gaga said “He’s my friend. He’s my musical companion. And he’s the greatest singer in the whole world. And I’m counting on you, New York, to make him smile. So you better cheer. You better yell. You better laugh. You better cry. You better give your soul.”
It was an emotional day for both performers, especially considering that the “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” crooner, now 95, has been suffering from Alzheimer’s. Their August performance was likely the last time that Bennett would ever perform on stage.
Gaga told “60 Minutes” that she was concerned that Bennett, who had been calling her “sweetheart” since they started working together, might not remember who she was. But when she appeared on stage during the Radio City Music Hall concert, Bennett said, “Wow! Lady Gaga!”
Although Gaga said that she had to keep it together and perform, she revealed, “I’ll tell you, when I walked out on that stage, and he said, ‘Lady Gaga,’ my friend saw me, and it was very special.”
She added that Bennett’s story is “not a sad story. It’s emotional. It’s hard to watch somebody change. I think what’s been beautiful about this, and what’s been challenging, is to see how it affects him in some ways, but to see how it doesn’t affect his talent. I think he really pushed through something to give the world the gift of knowing that things can change, and you can still be magnificent.”