Lady Gaga's artRAVE Tour Is Coming, Brace Yourselves

LADY-GAGA1Photo: via @ladygaga.
Lady Gaga's ARTPOP hasn't been the top chart's BFF lately. Many are quick to dub it ARTFLOP, but what's some less-than-stellar album sales compared sold-out arenas — something Gaga does oh-so well.
Beginning December 3, pre-sale tickets for Gaga's tour in support of her latest LP will be up for grabs (for Littlemonster.com members, that is). The rest of us non-Monsters can get our hands on tickets starting December 9. Lady Gaga's artRave: The ARTPOP Ball (because what Gaga tour wouldn't be complete without a "ball" theme of some sort — Koons or not) will make its way across the states and our northern neighbors in Canada come May 4, 2014. Many of the stops make up for the Born This Way Ball dates she was forced to prematurely call off due to a severe hip injury.
Don't worry if the tour seems a little short. We're not concert prophets here, but its three-month stretch will likely be extended like The Monster Ball was (remember that sucker spanned from 2009 to 2011). Fingers crossed she keeps the physical exertion to a relative low this time around. A second canceled tour would not be a good look — no matter how many 24-karat gold wheelchairs she might own. (PR Newswire)
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