Lady Gaga reveals the first dates of her 2012 Tour

Lady Gaga has announced her world tour "Born This Way Ball" and which will have 110 dates planned for almost 2 years with the tour expected to last throughout the world. It has also confirmed the first ten dates of the tour.

The New York singer released the ad on Twitter today after promising her fans that she was ready to reveal the first dates of "Born This Way Ball" tour. 

Lady Gaga confirmed that held ten dates across Asia, Australia and New Zealand from April this year and promised further announcements shortly. This will reserve the intrigue and excitement of giving all the dates available. One way to alert all his fans. "Born This Way Ball will perform 110 shows worldwide. Dates will open today, followed by more ads". She wrote on Twitter. 

http://assets.gcstatic.com/u/apps/asset_manager/uploaded/2012/06/lady-gaga-tour-design-1328597177.pngMoreover, yesterday, Mother Monster announced that the scheme design stage of the tour, on a poster drawn black on white that represents a stadium full of people and a huge castle as a backdrop and a gateway that will cause the public is on the inside. Surely be the most expensive tickets and will be for those privileged few who can afford to pay. 

Tickets for the concerts in New Zealand and Australia will be on sale from 17 February at 9 am. All very necessary for anyone to miss the appointment. 

These are the dates of their first concerts of this extensive tour that will take her to the countries on five continents: 

April 27th - Seoul, South Korea (Olympic Stadium)
May 2nd - Hong Kong, China (Asia World Arena)
May 10th - Tokyo, Japan (Saitama Super Arena)
May 28th - Singapore (Indoor Stadium)
June 7th - Auckland, New Zealand (Vector Arena)
June 13th - Brisbane, Australia (Brisbane Entertainment Centre)
20th and 21st - Sydney, Australia (Allphones Arena)
27th and 28th - Melbourne, Australia (Rod Laver Arena)
July 7th - Perth, Australia (Burswood Dome)

Let's wait a little longer to learn more about the dates of upcoming concerts and in the second half of 2012.

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