Lady Gaga Performing The Chromatica Ball Tour Finale At Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium will host award-winning artist Lady Gaga on Sept. 10 for the final stop of “The Chromatica Ball” summer tour. A presale began Tuesday and tickets will be available to the general public on March 14.

Gaga’s 14-city summer stadium tour was originally scheduled for 2021 but was postponed to this year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Her tour spans a combined 14 cities in Europe and North America.

Gaga is expected to draw large crowds as the show promises fan-favorite hits with the first public live performance of her Grammy-winning album “Chromatica.”

Gaga’s album features an appearance from Elton John, who is also scheduled to perform at Dodger Stadium later this year. Sir Elton drew one of the largest crowds ever for a solo artist when he put on a show at Chavez Ravine in 1975.

Concerts at Dodger Stadium have become somewhat commonplace since the Los Angeles Dodgers signed an exclusive booking agreement in 2016 with the Oak View Group.

Beyoncé, Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer are among those who have taken the stage at Dodger Stadium over recent years.

Fluffy performing at Dodger Stadium

Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias is set to make history on May 7 when he becomes the first comedian to headline a stand-up show at Dodger Stadium. The night is part of a Netflix festival that is due to feature more than 130 artists performing in over 25 different venues across Los Angeles.

Iglesias’ show at Dodger Stadium will be recorded for his newest Netflix special. Tickets for the historic set and other shows for the festival went on sale to the general public in December.

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