Chromatica – The stadium tour is said to have visited North America and Europe this summer.
Lady Gaga’s trip to Chromatica was temporarily stranded. Lady Gaga fans have been faced with a warning message regarding the coronavirus outbreak when buying tickets for her 2020 tour dates. The 33-year-old singer will participate in the Chromatica Ball Tour later this year and will perform in six exclusive shows in various cities, including London and Paris. Gaga’s London show will be held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in July, but when fans started buying tickets, they were faced with a coronavirus message.
Ticketmaster warned fans their tickets would not be covered if they chose not to attend the concert due to fears of “contracting the coronavirus”.
A new section on the coronavirus has been added under an area related to concert-goers purchasing insurance for their tickets, a new section on coronavirus has been added. It reads: ‘Info COVID-19: When considering purchasing a policy, keep in mind that many event ticket insurance policies do not cover claims or financial loss from outbreaks or pandemics.
The Oscar winner’s Chromatica Ball tour has been postponed to summer 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“To be clear, the fear of contracting the coronavirus is not covered by event ticket insurance policy.” The virus has become a global health problem after cases were confirmed in countries worldwide and continue to increase. Fans have seen many performers have to cancel shows due to the coronavirus’s unpredictability and the gravity of the situation at the scheduled shows.
“We’ve been working hard to figure out the safest and soonest way to bring this show to you, but most importantly, want everyone to be healthy and able to dance together at shows as we’ve always done.”, Gaga tweeted about the postponement.
The mini-tour – which reportedly kicked off July 24 in Paris before ending August 19 in New Jersey – was initially announced to support the 34-year-old sixth solo album of the same name, which features collaborations with biggest stars like Ariana Grande. , Korean girl group BLACKPINK, and legendary singer-songwriter Elton John have spread to 16 standard edition songs.
Longtime Gaga choreographer Richy Jackson recently told EW he was busy developing concepts for the Chromatica Ball tour, including figuring out how to choreograph the music video for the album’s lead single “Stupid Love.”
“I usually change a lot of things but keep some things based on old material, but this song just came out, and everyone knows it from top to bottom, so this might be one I can’t touch, or the fans will kill me because they spent all this time learning it!” he said. “I don’t know yet, but today, I’m going to keep most of it because this is a dream. If she performs the song and everyone is out there hitting those steps, wouldn’t you die?”
Chromatica was previously scheduled for release on April 10, but the date has been postponed to May 29 in the wake of COVID-19. However, Gaga (along with Global Citizen and the World Health Organization) led the virtual concert Together at Home in the album’s absence, as a tribute to healthcare workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The television special saw appearances and performances by Gaga, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Oprah Winfrey. It raised $ 128 million for first responders and medical responders.
In addition to Gaga’s postponed tour, other artists such as Madonna, BTS, Khalid, Harry Styles, and Camila Cabello have canceled or postponed performances as the coronavirus is quarantining people around the world.
See the new Chromatica Ball tour dates below and read the full description of EW’s album with its producers and writers here.
July 25, 2021 – Paris, FR (Stade De France)
July 30, 2021 – London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
August 7, 2021 – Boston, MA (Fenway Park)
August 16, 2021 – Toronto, ON (Rogers Centre)
August 19, 2021 – East Rutherford, NJ (Metlife Stadium)
August 27, 2021 – Chicago, IL (Wrigley Field)