Lady Gaga Just Released Details About Her Las Vegas Residency, and Tickets Go on Sale Soon

Lady Gaga Just Released Details About Her Las Vegas Residency, and Tickets Go on Sale Soon

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When she hasn’t been busy in the recording studio, working at her dad’s New York City chicken restaurant or doing publicity for her role in the upcoming A Star Is Born remake, pop diva Lady Gaga has been planning her Las Vegas residency. Before now we could only guess what she’d do in Sin City (and make some recommendations, like stripped down piano versions of Artpop songs). But now we finally have some details including dates and a theme. Here’s a small peek into the upcoming Lady Gaga Enigma show in Las Vegas.

Her 27-show run in Las Vegas will go from Dec. 28, 2018 until Nov. 8, 2019 and will actually feature two shows: Lady Gaga Enigma and Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano. (Looks like we got our wish.)

According to USA Today, the Lady Gaga Enigma show will focus on her “upbeat pop hits” and the Jazz & Piano show will showcase “bare bones versions” of original songs and covers. There will be 23 performances of the Lady Gaga Enigma show and just four performances of the Jazz & Piano show.

The show will run at the the MGM Park Theater, a 5,200-seat venue where Cher and Bruno Mars have both performed in the past. The show will also take long breaks from February until late April 2019 and then again from mid-June 2019 to mid-October 2019.

“We’re creating a show unlike anything I’ve done before,” Gaga said in a statement on her show. “It will be a celebration of all that is unique and different within us. The challenges of bravery can be overcome with creativity and courage that is grown out of adversity, love and music.”

Tickets will start at $77.90 and go on sale to the general public on Monday, Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT. You can learn more at the show’s website.

What do you think of the Lady Gaga Enigma show happening in Las Vegas?

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