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Lady Gaga Adds More Dates In Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane For Her 2012 Australian Tour!

Tickets to Lady Gaga’s upcoming Australian tour hasn’t even gone on sale yet but already Live Nation, the touring company behind the Born This Way Ball has announced three additional shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

The Born This Way Ball will no doubt see “Mother Monster” playing all the singles from her recent album “Born This Way”, along with tracks from her previous albums “The Fame” and “The Fame Monster

“The Haus of Gaga and I have worked for months conceiving a spectacular stage,” she said. “The Born This Way Ball is an Electro-Metal Pop-Opera, the tale of the Beginning, the genesis of the Kingdom of Fame. How we were birthed and how we will die celebrating.”

Tickets for all dates (including the new shows) are on sale this Friday, February 17 at 9am sharp.

Tour Dates:
Wednesday 13 June – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Thursday 14 June – Brisbane Entertainment Centre - New Show
Wednesday 20 June – Allphones Arena, Sydney
Thursday 21 June – Allphones Arena, Sydney
Saturday 23 June – Allphones Arena, Sydney - New Show
Wednesday 27 June – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Thursday 28 June – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Saturday 30 June – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne - New Show
Saturday 7 July – Burswood Dome, Perth

Disclaimer:
For the latest and most accurate information on the Lady Gaga Australian Tour 2012, please visit the official event promoters website: http://coppel.com.au/

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