Lady Gaga Announces 'Joanne' World Tour Dates for 2017

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Little Monsters, rejoice. Lady Gaga has announced the tour dates for her Joanne World Tour, which is set to launch on August 1 in Vancouver. The 30-year-old singer announced the dates for her upcoming tour following her epic Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday night, where she played a medley of hits including "Poker Face," "Born This Way," and "Million Reasons." The tour will extend out until mid-December and will make stops all around North America and Europe, including major stops at baseball stadiums like Citi Field, Fenway Park, and Wrigley Field.

Gaga's 13-minute halftime show performance drew 117.5 million viewers, making it the second-most-viewed halftime show in Super Bowl history, right behind Katy Perry's slot at Super XLIX, which drew 120.7 million viewers. There is no doubt that the high profile performance will push ticket demand across the globe.

Lady Gaga tickets go on sale to the public as early as Friday, February 10. Before then, presales begin for Citi / American Express cardmembers and VIP packages as early as February 8. Check out primary ticket info on Lady Gaga's site.

With all of the hype surrounding the Joanne world tour, Lady Gaga tickets are expected to sell fast. Already, tickets have hit the resale market and are averaging $460 across all of her upcoming dates. Prices will fluctuate as more tickets go on sale, but fans shouldn't wait to get tickets for this tour. Check out the infographic below to see how ticket prices have evolved across all of Lady Gaga's major tours.

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Lady Gaga Joanne World Tour Dates:
Aug. 1: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
Aug. 3: Rogers Place, Edmonton, AB
Aug. 5: Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA
Aug. 8: The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
Aug. 11: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
Aug. 13: AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA
Aug. 15: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
Aug. 19: CenturyLink Center, Omaha, NB
Aug. 21: Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN
Aug. 23: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH
Aug. 25: Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL
Aug. 28: Citi Field, New York, NY
Sept. 1: Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Sept. 4: Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
Sept. 6: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
Sept. 10: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
Sept. 15: Rock in Rio Festival, Rio De Janeiro, BR
Sept. 22: Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, ES
Sept. 24: Hallenstadion, Zurich, CH
Sept. 26: Mediolanum Forum, Milan, IT
Sept. 29: Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, DE
Oct. 1: Sportpaleis, Antwerp, BE
Oct. 3: Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NL
Oct. 6: AccorHotels Arena, Paris, FR
Oct. 9: O2 Arena, London, UK
Oct 15: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, UK
Oct. 17: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
Oct. 21: Royal Arena, Copenhagen, DK
Oct. 23: Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, SE
Oct: 26: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, DE
Oct. 28: Lanxess Arena, Koln, DE
Nov. 5: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN
Nov 7: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI
Nov. 10: Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT
Nov. 13: KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, KY
Nov. 15: Sprint Center, Kansas City, KS
Nov. 16: Scottrade Center, St. Louis, MO
Nov. 19: Verizon Center, Washington, DC
Nov. 20: PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
Nov. 28: Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA
Nov. 30: American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL
Dec. 1: Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
Dec. 3: Toyota Center, Houston, TX
Dec. 5: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX
Dec. 8: American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Dec. 9: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK
Dec. 12: Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
Dec. 14: Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
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