Lady Gaga brought her A-game to the Super Bowl halftime show and she’s carrying that energy into an upcoming world tour.
Following her appearance at the NFL championship game on Sunday night, Gaga announced that she will kick off the “Joanne” world tour beginning in August in Vancouver and running through December. The tour will be in support of Gaga’s album of the same name, which opened at number one on the Billboard charts in October.
Gaga dazzled the Super Bowl crowd on Sunday night dressed in an over-the-top bedazzled jumpsuit, singing a verse from “God Bless America” before transitioning to a snippet of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land is Your Land” as she stood on the roof of Reliant Stadium.
Glowing drones formed the image of the American flag behind her as she sang the line, “This land was made for you and me.”
The 30-year-old artist then jumped off the roof (with the help of wires and a safety harness) to the stage below. She transitioned to her single “Poker Face,” before rocking “Born this Way.” She went on to play “Telephone,” “Just Dance,” “Million Reasons” and closed with “Bad Romance.”
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