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May 6, 2014
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Philips Arena, Atlanta | 1954 tickets available | Avg. Price: $296
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May 8, 2014
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Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh | 1756 tickets available | Avg. Price: $263
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May 10, 2014
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Mohegan Sun Arena - CT, Uncasville | 1399 tickets available | Avg. Price: $327
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May 12, 2014
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Wells Fargo Center - PA, Philadelphia | 2155 tickets available | Avg. Price: $225
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May 13, 2014
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Madison Square Garden, New York | 2844 tickets available | Avg. Price: $406
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May 15, 2014
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Verizon Center - DC, Washington | 3938 tickets available | Avg. Price: $235
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May 17, 2014
Saturday, 7:30 PM
Joe Louis Arena, Detroit | 2778 tickets available | Avg. Price: $224
$48
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May 18, 2014
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Quicken Loans Arena , Cleveland | 1488 tickets available | Avg. Price: $264
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May 20, 2014
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Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul | 1723 tickets available | Avg. Price: $273
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Widely regarded as the natural heir to Madonna’s Queen of Pop throne, Lady Gaga has become nothing short of a cultural phenomenon since bursting onto the scene in 2009. Born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta in New York in 1986, she began performing at open mic nights at the age of 14. After withdrawing from a second year at a musical theatre training conservatory, Germanotta joined a classic rock cover band where she was discovered by producer Rob Fusari. Adopting the moniker of Lady Gaga, Germanotta was signed to and then dropped from the Def Jam label within a span of three months before her hook-laden, electro-pop sound attracted the attention of two separate Interscope imprints. Forging a hugely successful creative partnership with producer RedOne, she released her debut album, The Fame, to little fanfare in 2008, but following a support slot on New Kids On The Block’s reunion tour, the record slowly began to gather momentum, becoming a worldwide number one with the lead single, “Just Dance” in 2009. The Grammy-winning “Poker Face” fared even better, and by the time fans got their hands on Lady Gaga tickets for “The Fame Ball” tour, she had become an international superstar. After continuing her incredible run of success with “Bad Romance” and the Beyonce collaboration “Telephone,” both of which are featured on her The Fame Monster E.P., Lady Gaga became the first artist to pass the billion-views mark on YouTube, and scooped up an incredible eight MTV Music Video Awards. Furthermore, the 2009 “The Monster Ball” tour managed to sell an astonishing $227 million worth of Lady Gaga tickets, making it one of the highest-grossing tours of all time. Gaga’s second studio effort, Born This Way, topped the charts in 20 countries and spawned five hit singles including the anthemic title track, which introduced the album’s messages of self-empowerment and self-acceptance in addition to silencing the critics who questioned her longevity. Of course, Gaga has become just as renowned for her off-the-field activities, whether it’s her unique fashion sense which has seen her wear a dress made of meat and arrive at the Grammys in an egg-like vessel, or her dedication to activism which has seen her set up the Born This Way foundation and publicly speak out in favor of gay rights. Gaga’s work-rate remains untouched by any other artist, and following the release of Lady Gaga tickets for all 114 dates of her extensive “Born This Way Ball” tour, she announced her third album, ARTPOP, would be released in early 2013.

Lady Gaga Discography

ARTPOP
Release year : 2013
Label : Interscope

A Very Gaga Holiday [EP]
Release year : 2011
Label : Interscope

Born This Way - The Remix
Release year : 2011
Label : Steamline

Born This Way (Deluxe Edition)
Release year : 2011
Label : Interscope

Born This Way
Release year : 2011
Label : Interscope

Born This Way - The Collection [2 CD / DVD Combo]
Release year : 2011
Label : Interscope

The Remix
Release year : 2010
Label : Interscope

Gaga Remixes
Release year : 2010
Label : Universal Japan

The Fame Monster
Release year : 2009
Label : Interscope

The Fame Monster [Limited Edition]
Release year : 2009
Label : Interscope

The Fame Monster [Deluxe Edition]
Release year : 2009
Label : Interscope

The Fame
Release year : 2008
Label : Interscope

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4-18-14: Lady Gaga has recently had her wisdom teeth taken out, and even selfied a picture shortly thereafter. The operation is said to have no affect on her upcoming Art Rave tour. Thus far, Lady Gaga tickets average $226 on the secondary market, with the cheapest show being July 7th in Buffalo, NY.

4-8-14: Lady Gaga set list from April 6th at the Roseland Ballroom in New York, New York: Born This Way (piano acoustic), Black Jesus Amen Fashion, Monster, Bad Romance, Sexxx Dreams, Dope (piano acoustic), Yoü and I, Poker Face (piano acoustic), Just Dance, ARTPOP instrumental, Applause, G.U.Y. Gaga closes the venue on April 7th.

4-3-14: Lady Gaga setlist from March 31st at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City: Born This Way (acoustic), Black Jesus Amen Fashion, Monster, Bad Romance, Sexxx Dreams, Dope, Yoü and I, Poker Face (acoustic), Just Dance, ARTPOP, (Instrumental interlude), Applause, G.U.Y. Gaga will be continuing her run at Roseland throughout this week.

3-28-14: Lady Gaga tickets for her shows in New York City's Roseland Ballroom continue to drop. While the tour opens tonight, Saturday night's show is currently the cheapest of the bunch. Tickets can be had for as low as $51. The overall tour average is $235. The overall average of the Roseland Ballroom residency is $192.

3-26-14: With just 2 days until Lady Gaga closes out Roseland Ballroom, tickets are still available on the secondary market. Of the 7 dates, Monday March 31st carries the cheapest average asking price – $176. Wednesday April 2nd has the cheapest get in price at $84. Friday's opener is the most expensive date of the set.

3-24-14: Lady Gaga's newest video epic, G.U.Y debuted on her YouTube channel late last week and has been making the waves throughout social media and standard news sources. The video contains many of Gaga's expected controversial images, including resurrecting Michael Jackson and a half nude half bird half woman. The video tallies over 11 minutes.

3-21-14: Lady Gaga has added 6 more dates to her ArtRave tour this spring and summer: July 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center, July 30 – Phoenix, AZ – US Airways Arena, August 1 – Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena, August 2 – Stateline, NV – Harveys Lake Tahoe, August 4 – Salt Lake City, UT – Energy Solutions Arena, August 6 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center

3-19-14: A Gaga b-side from as early as 2009 has leaked onto the net. The track, entitled “Brooklyn Nights” is a ballad about a failed relationship. The demo version has been gaining ground throughout YouTube and social media. Gaga kicks off her string of shows at NYC's Roseland Ballroom on March 28th.

3-18-14: Lady Gaga has admitted that during her 2009 Monsters Ball Tour the pop singer was actually bankrupt. She says she had $3 million in her bank account and “threw it all in to make [her] stage”, so, she says, “was bankrupt during the show”. Luckily for her, the plan worked and she cashed in on a $40 million dollar check from Live Nation.

3-17-14: Lady Gaga's setlist from her South By Southwest show at Stubb's BBQ in Austin on March 13th: Aura, MANiCURE, Jewels N' Drugs (with Twista), Swine (With vomit performance from Millie Brown), Dope, Bad Romance (Country version), Monster for Life, Applause, Gypsy. Gaga will close out New York's Roseland Ballroom starting March 28th.

3-14-14: Lady Gaga's performance at Stubb's for the South By Southwest Festival included her being vommited on by performer Millie Brown. Gaga was covered in a green liquid but continued to belt out hit after hit during her set. The intimate (some could say too intimate) was in celebration of her Born This Way foundation.

3-11-14: The Roseland Ballroom will be closing it's doors at the end of the month. The historic venue has seen the likes of Nirvana, The Rolling Stones, and Beyonce on it's stage since it's opening in 1956. Lorde will play 3 shows starting March 10th, following by 7 performances from the current queen of pop, Lady Gaga.

3-10-14: There are currently 85,979 seats available for all of Lady Gaga’s upcoming ArtPOP tour dates with an average price of $233.06. For shows with at least 100 seats available the most expensive is her November 4th show at Mediolanum Forum (formerly Datch Forum Di Assago) where the average price is $880.29 and the get-in price is $275. On the other end of the spectrum, the least expensive seats for her July 7th show at First Niagara Center (formerly HSBC Arena) where the average price is $154.84 and the get-in price is $46. There are currently 2919 seats available for this show. She will also be performing at this year's SXSW festival as well as give the keynote speech in Austin Texas.

3-4-14: Lady Gaga impressed over the weekend at the Oscars and the sale of Lady Gaga tickets on the secondary market continues to impress as well. The average price for her upcoming ARTPOP Ball Tour is $236.86 over all dates, with the official start to the tour still two months away.

3-3-14: Lady Gaga took in the Oscars last night as she prepares to depart on her ARTPOP Ball Tour later this month. The tour starts with seven shows at New York City’s Roseland Ballroom starting March 28. The average price for Lady Gaga tickets during the Roseland run is $390.98.

2-28-14: Reports have been surfacing the sales of Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP did not reach expectations in album sales. Gaga’s troubles selling her new album haven’t affected sales for her upcoming tour. Lady Gaga tickets have an average price of $243.12 on the secondary market.

2-27-14: The City of Austin denied Lady Gaga a permit for the singer to play the Doritos Stage at the South by Southwest Festival, due to a concern of the amount of fans who would attend the show. Those hoping for Lady Gaga tickets at SXSW can still have hope that a Gaga set gets moved to a bigger and more established venue.

2-26-14: On this day in 2011, “Born This Way” became Billboard’s 1,000th No. 1 song in its history. Since then, Lady Gaga tickets have been some of the most demanded concert tickets in the world. On the heels of a new album, her ARTPOP Ball Tour has an average secondary market price of $250.59.

2-25-14: Lady Gaga has recently caused some uproar over filming a music video at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California after requesting to film in the castle’s previously drained leaky pool. Issues were resolved and the video shoot was considered a success. She will soon be traveling all over North America for a tour starting in May with Lady Gaga tickets having an average price of $227.08.

2-24-14: Lady Gaga recently announced she will be taking her ARTPOP Ball tour to Australia for four dates in August. The Australian concerts will come after she tours around North America, starting May 4 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Lady Gaga tickets have an average price of $227.08 on the secondary market across all North American dates.

2-21-14: Lady Gaga’s artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball Tour is officially going to kick of May 4 at the BB&T Center in Ft. Lauderdale. The 29-date North American tour has an average price of $227.08 on the secondary market through the entire tour. Before the official tour kicks off, she will be playing seven shows at New York’s Roseland Ballroom from March 28 to April 7. Lady Gaga tickets for the Roseland Ballroom shows are more expensive, on average, than the full tour at an average price of $342.14. Just six dates into the full tour she returns to New York to play Madison Square Garden at an average price of $329.67.

2-20-14: Always one for the bizarre, international mega-star Lady Gaga has reportedly been bitten by a slow loris while on the set of her new video. The New York Post reports the “ARTPOP” singer was nipped by the primate native of Southeast Asia during the filming of her latest video “G.U.Y”. The video is also said to features goats and a baby kangaroo.

2-19-14: There are now 78,801 Lady Gaga tickets available on TiqIQ for her upcoming World tour, which is down just 1,200 in the last two days. The average price is now $235.97, which is up slightly in that same amount of time.

On Monday, she appeared on the "Tonight Show" with new host Jimmy Fallon to perform her latest single from her artPOP album.

Gaga, along with her PR firm also managed to enrage some of her fans this week by sending out a bogus press releases that three dates in the UK had sold out in five minutes. What actually had happened was that after a few minutes tickets had been moved to another site giving the illusion that they had been sold. Ticket and album sales for Gaga have not been strong this time around and this was clearly an act of desperation.

2-17-14: 80,154 Lady Gaga tickets are now available for 52 upcoming tour dates with an average price of $234.90. The most expensive Lady Gaga tickets are for her first date at the Roseland Ballroom on March 28th, 2014 where the average price is $514.41 and the get-in price is $216. Prices for this show are actually down 1% in the last seven days and there are 383 tickets available. The least expensive Lady Gaga tickets are for her July 21st, 2014 show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles where the average price is $260.44 and the get-in price is $31. There are 1,931 seats available for this show and prices are down 8% in the last week.

2-10-14: There are now 81,733 Lady Gaga tickets available for her artPOP world tour in 2014 with an average price of $231 per ticket on the secondary market. The least expensive upcoming tour date is her July 7th date at First Niagara Center with an average price of $159 and a get-in price of $52. The most expensive upcoming Lady Gaga tickets are for her March 28th date at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. The average price for that show is $539, the get-in is $209.

1-31-14: There are now 85,000 Lady Gaga tickets available for her artPOP world tour in 2014 with an average price of $236 per seat. The least expensive upcoming tour date is her July 7th date at First Niagara Center with an average price of $155 and a get-in price of $63. The most expensive upcoming Lady Gaga tickets are for her March 28th date at the Roseland Ballroom in NYC. The average price for that show is $486, the get-in is $287.

1-28-14: There are currently 85,873 Lady Gaga tour tickets available for 36 upcoming shows on the secondary market. Those tickets are averaging $237.41 per seat. The most expensive upcoming Lady Gaga tour date is the opening show at the Roseland Ballroom with an average price of $513.82, which is up 8% in the last week. The get-in price for that March 28th show is $222. With a limited number of tickets available for each, her seven shows at Roseland are averaging $403.44, 69.9% above the average price for the entire artPOP tour. The least expensive upcoming Lady Gaga tour date is her July 7th date at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York with tickets averaging $156.86 and the get-in price sitting at $52.

1-27-14: Currently, there are 85,312 Lady Gaga tickets available for 36 upcoming artPOP world tour shows with an average price of $235.21. With an average price of $158, the least expensive upcoming Lady Gaga tickets are for her July 7th show at First Niagara Center. The get-in price for the show is $63. The most expensive upcoming Lady Gaga tour date is her March 28th show at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. The average price for that show is $516 and the get-in price is $86.

1-22-14: Lady Gaga tour tickets now average $231.97, up 1.3% from yesterday. There are currently 86,550 total tickets available for all 36 upcoming dates, or roughly 2,400 available per show.

1-21-14: We currently have Lady Gaga tickets available for 36 of her upcoming artPOP tour dates. The average price as of Tuesday morning was $229, with some shows going as high as $510 on average. The get-in prices for Lady Gaga tickets for most of these tour dates is around $100.

1-16-14: Lady Gaga tour tickets for upcoming 2014 tour dates are currently averaging $228.52. The most expensive upcoming show is her Roseland Ballroom performance on April 2nd, 2014 with an average price of $503.59. The get-in price for that show is $157. Her July 7th, 2014 show at the First Niagara Center is the cheapest upcoming show with an average price of $162.84, and a get-in price of $53.

It was announced that Lady Gaga will be one of the headliners for this year's Summerfest in Milwaukee. It will be the first time she's performing there since a show in 2010. She will perform at the festival on June 26th, 2014 and we have 3,410 Lady Gaga tickets available. The average price for the show is $217.76 and the get-in price is $55.

12-20-13: Lady Gaga tickets for her seven upcoming shows at the Roseland Ballroom are now averaging $392.12 per seat. The get-in price for most of these shows is right around $165.

Lady Gaga tickets for her 27 other tour dates are averaging $212.79. The get-in price for these shows range from $44 to $116 dollars per ticket.

Lady Gaga has announced dates for 2014:

May 4 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL -- BB&T Center
May 6 -- Atlanta, GA -- Philips Arena
May 8 -- Pittsburgh, PA -- Consol Energy Center
May 10 -- Uncasville, CT -- Mohegan Sun
May 12 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Wells Fargo Center
May 13 -- New York, NY -- Madison Square Garden
May 15 -- Washington, DC -- Verizon Center
May 18 -- Cleveland, OH -- Quicken Loans Arena
May 20 -- St. Paul, MN -- Xcel Entergy Center
May 22 -- Winnipeg, MB -- MTS Centre
May 25 -- Calgary, AB -- Scotiabank Saddledome
May 26 -- Edmonton, AB -- Rexall Place
May 28 -- Seattle, WA -- Key Arena
May 30 -- Vancouver, BC -- Rogers Arena
June 2 -- San Diego, CA -- Viejas Arena
June 3 -- San Jose, CA -- SAP Center at San Jose
June 30 -- Boston, MA -- TD Garden
July 2 -- Montreal, QC -- Bell Centre
July 9 -- Toronto, ON -- Air Canada Centre
July 11 -- Chicago, IL -- United Center
July 14 -- San Antonio, TX -- AT&T Center
July 16 -- Houston, TX -- Toyota Center
July 17 -- Dallas, TX -- American Airlines Center
July 19 -- Las Vegas, NV -- MGM Grand Garden Arena
July 21 -- Los Angeles, CA -- STAPLES Center

11-26-13: New York City’s legendary Roseland Ballroom is set to go out in style following the sale of Lady Gaga tickets for a seven-date mini residency which will help to close down the venue in 2014. Dates include:

March 28th, 2014
March 30th, 2014
March 31st, 2014
April 2nd, 2014
April 4th, 2014
April 6th, 2014
April 7th, 2014