Lady Gaga’s Penn State Stop Canceled
(UPDATE Feb. 13) – The remainder of Lady Gaga’s tour has been canceled due to a personal injury. Here’s a statement from her management:
Live Nation Global Touring has confirmed that the remainder of the Lady Gaga Born This Way Ball performances have been cancelled.
After additional tests this morning to review the severity of the issue, it has been determined that Lady Gaga has a labral tear of the right hip. She will need surgery to repair the problem, followed by strict down time to recover. This unfortunately, will force her to cancel the tour, so she can heal.
Refunds for the cancelled performances will be available at point of purchase starting Feb 14, 2013.
International pop superstar, Lady Gaga, is scheduled to visit Penn State’s little monsters at the Bryce Jordan Center on March 2nd.
The “Poker Face” songstress ignited a revolution within the music industry with her outlandish attire, her unwavering individuality and her mantra of self-acceptance that was packaged into catchy melodies and high-caliber vocals. @LadyGaga has a small army of adherents, whether on her sold-out globetrotting tour dates or on Twitter — where the pop goddess has 7,851,842 more followers than the POTUS, @BarackObama.
Lady Gaga recently announced that she will be “shaking up” her Born This Way Ball, the tour that currently has the pop star trekking through South America. Gaga promises her American audience a total performance-art experience complete with “gypsy tailgates,” custom-designed costumes by Versace and more of the over-the-top antics that the “Born This Way” artist is world-famous for.
Tickets for the event go on presale on November 26th and on sale to public on November 30th at the Bryce Jordan Center (@JordanCenter) ticket office and on Ticketmaster. Levels Nightclub will be giving away tickets starting next weekend.
Are you stoked to see Lady Gaga live at Penn State? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter.
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