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As expected, Lady Gaga has followed her big Super Bowl halftime performance with the announcement of the Joanne World Tour, in support of her recent album Joanne, which arrived in October.

The news came early Monday morning, just hours after her halftime show and ahead of what will clearly be a very busy year for Gaga. Forbes reported last month the singer has been working on a completely new record, which is expected to arrive in October of this year.

The tour, which is being produced by Live Nation, will kick off Aug. 1 in Vancouver before taking Gaga to Europe, the U.K. and then circling back to North America.

See the full list of dates and information here.

08/01 — Vancouver, BC — Rogers Arena
08/03 — Edmonton, BC — Rogers Place
08/05 — Tacoma, WA — Tacoma Dome
08/08 — Los Angeles, CA —  The Forum
08/11 — Las Vegas, NV —  T-Mobile Arena
08/13 — San Francisco, CA —  AT&T Park
08/15 — Sacramento, CA —  Golden 1 Center
08/19 — Omaha, NE —  CenturyLink Center
08/21 — St. Paul, MN —  Xcel Energy Center
08/23 — Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena
08/25 — Chicago, IL —  Wrigley Field
08/28 — New York, NY — Citi Field
09/01 — Boston, MA —  Fenway Park 
09/04 — Montreal, QC — Bell Centre
09/06 — Toronto, ON —  Air Canada Centre
09/10 — Philadelphia, PA —  Wells Fargo Center
09/15 — Rio De Janeiro, Brasil —  Rock In Rio Festival
09/22 — Barcelona, Spain —  Palau Sant Jordi
09/24 — Zurich, Switzerland —  Hallenstadion
09/26 — Milan, Italy —  Mediolanum Forum
09/29 — Hamburg, Germany —  Barclaycard Arena
10/01 — Antwerp, Belgium —  Sportpaleis
10/03 — Amsterdam, Netherlands —  Ziggo Dome
10/06 — Paris, France —  AccorHotels Arena
10/09 — London, UK —  O2 Arena
10/15 — Birmingham, UK —  Barclaycard Arena
10/17 — Manchester, UK —  Manchester Arena
10/21 — Copenhagen, Denmark —  Royal Arena
10/23 — Stockholm, Sweden — Ericsson Globe
10/26 — Berlin, Germany —  Mercedes-Benz Arena
10/28 — Cologne, Germany —  Lanxess Arena
11/05 — Indianapolis, IN —  Bankers Life Fieldhouse
11/07 — Detroit, MI —  Little Caesars Arena
11/10 — Uncasville, CT —  Mohegan Sun
11/13 — Louisville, KY —  KFC Yum! Center
11/15 — Kansas City, KS — Sprint Center
11/16 — St. Louis, MO —  Scottrade Center
11/19 — Washington, DC —  Verizon Center
11/20 — Pittsburgh, PA —  PPG Paints Arena
11/28 — Atlanta, GA —  Philips Arena
12/01 — Tampa, FL — Amalie Arena
12/03 — Houston, TX — Toyota Center
12/05 — Austin, TX — Frank Erwin Center
12/08 — Dallas, TX —  American Airlines Center
12/09 — Oklahoma City, OK —  Chesapeake Energy Arena
12/12 — Denver, CO —  Pepsi Center
12/14 — Salt Lake City, UT —  Vivint Smart Home Arena

 

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