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Lady Gaga Chromatica Ball London: tickets, setlist, dates

Lady Gaga is bringing her Chromatica Ball to London this weekend.

The superstar will bring his Chromatica Ball shows to London this weekend.

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She will play two shows at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium starting tomorrow (July 29).

This is her sixth headlining tour and it kicked off in Dusseldorf, Germany on July 17.

If you are going to the Stade de France or London shows here is everything you need to know:

When are Lady Gaga’s Tottenham shows?

The Chromatica Ball tour arrives next week at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in Tottenham, north London.

Lady Gaga will perform two shows on site.

The first is Friday (July 29) and the second is Saturday (July 30).

What is the start and end time?

On both days, the gates will open at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at 5 p.m.

The curfew is at 10:30 p.m., the general admission bar will close at 11 p.m. and the stadium will close at midnight.

Can you still get Tottenham tickets?

For the July 29 show, Ticketmaster is showing there is “low availability” for tickets.

The best remaining tickets start at £140.

Lady Gaga. (Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)

What is the setlist?

The setlist for the show in Sweden on July 21 has been confirmed by Setlist.fm.

  • Opening film (video introduction)
  • Bad Romance
  • just dance
  • Poker face
  • The operation (video interlude)
  • Alice
  • Replay (Contains material from the remix version of Dorian Electra)
  • Freak
  • Flowers (video interlude)
  • 911 (extended introduction; shortened)
  • Sour Candy (shortened)
  • Telephone
  • love game
  • The Birth of Freedom (Video Interlude)
  • Babylon (extended)
  • Free Woman (long outro)
  • Born This Way (Full Band Acoustic Piano)
  • Tamara (video interlude)
  • Shallow (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper cover) (long intro)
  • Always remember us this way
  • The Edge of Glory (acoustic; shortened)
  • 1000 Doves (live debut; acoustic)
  • Fun Tonight (live debut; piano in full band)
  • Enigma (extended release)
  • Sonnet (video interlude)
  • Stupid Love (Extended)
  • rain on me

The setlist could however be different for Paris and London.

What is the floor plan?

What is important information for concerts at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

There is no re-entry – so if you leave you cannot return.

  • Age restrictions: Everyone entering the stadium must have a valid ticket.
  • Seated: Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult over 18.
  • Standing: Tickets are for ages 14 and up.
  • Baby changing: There are several changing rooms in the stadium, located either in one of our accessible toilets or in one of our medical rooms. Please speak to a steward once inside, for your nearest.
  • Pushchairs: There are no facilities in the stadium to store pushchairs.

Bags are limited to the following items:

  • Personal bags must be A4 size or smaller (21cm long x 30cm high) or it is possible to use transparent carrier bags (max 30cm long x 30cm high) – you do not need to DO NOT put personal bags that do not meet the criteria in these bags.
  • Laptop sleeves are allowed, but they must also not exceed 37cm x 31cm.

The following items are prohibited:

Baggage that does not meet the specified baggage policy (medical exemptions apply)

  • – Bottles of any kind, glass containers, cans, flasks
  • – Food (Discretion may be made for children’s snacks)
  • – Liquids of all kinds (including water and alcohol. The stadium has several water fountains)
  • – Umbrellas larger than 1m (this will vary for non-football events – please refer to event specific guidelines)
  • – Laptop sleeves larger than 37cm x 31cm and all laptop bags
  • – Flares, smoke bombs, air horns, laser devices
  • – Unlicensed musical instruments and other devices that may cause disruption or nuisance
  • – Darts, Frisbees (and similar items)
  • – Dangerous or hazardous items
  • – Illegal substances
  • – Fireworks, flares, explosives or ammunition
  • – Knives, blades, guns and weapons of any kind
  • – Scooters, skateboards and other skates
  • – Flags, signs or banners are not permitted for this event.
  • – Spray paint, large industrial style “permanent” markers
  • – Transmitting devices
  • – Professional cameras (including interchangeable lens cameras) and recording devices
  • – Unauthorized flyers, illegal merchandise items, illegal charity collection utensils
  • – Motorcycle helmets
  • – Animals (except assistance dogs and service dogs)
  • – Prams and buggies (this may be assessed for each event – please see the relevant event page for more information)

Drinks of any kind, including water, may not be brought into the stadium.

Supporters are advised not to bring their own food into the stadium.

Can you eat and drink at the stadium?

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has: “60 food and drink outlets serving a wide range of delicious food. We take inspiration from London’s vibrant street food market scene and offer a range of varied menus as well as traditional fan favourites.

You are welcome to bring your food and drinks to your seat to eat and enjoy.

What did the reviews say?

What is the concept behind the staging?

In a video on Instagram, Gaga said: “The scene was inspired by brutalist architecturematerials, textures, rawness, transparency.

“A real wild and hard look at yourself, at what you’ve been through.

“I wanted to tell a story with abstraction and art, so the show celebrates things I’ve always loved like art and fashion and dance and music and technology and poetry and how all of these things work together.”

How to get to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium states on its website: “The four stations serving the stadium provide London Underground, London Overground and Greater Anglia services.

“There are numerous TfL buses and the event day shuttles connecting the stadium to other stations and services.

“Cycle paths, car parks, walking paths and coach parks are all clearly signposted. Stewards will also be on hand to answer any questions.

However, there will be industrial action on Saturday which will disrupt train services.

White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations are expected to be closed.

Victoria line services will be available at Tottenham Hale station, although no Greater Anglia service is planned.