Lady Gaga is finally back on tour after almost five years. The Chromatica Ball Summer Stadium Tour is finally on the road after a two-year delay due to the pandemic. The ‘Bad Romance’ singer’s first show from the tour was held in Düsseldorf, Germany where the sold-out show saw an attendance of 54,000 little monsters.
This was the first time where Gaga performed her 2020’s No. 1 selling album, Chromatica, which included some chart-topping hits like ‘Rain on Me’, ‘Stupid Love’ and ‘Free Woman’. The singer also performed some of her older, iconic hits like ‘Bad Romance’, ‘Poker Face’, ‘Shallow’, and her recent song from the Tom Cruise film, Top Gun: Maverick, ‘Hold My Hand’.
Lady Gaga, being the queen of avant-garde, made sure that her concert gave the fans the best over-the-top theatrical moment of all time. Recently in an Instagram video, Gaga shared some behind-the-scenes details and what the fans can expect from the concert. “The stage was inspired by brutalist architecture, materials, texture, crudity, transparency. A real savage and hard look at yourself, what you’ve been through.” she shared. “I wanted to tell a story with abstraction and art, so the show celebrates things that I have always loved like art and fashion and dance and music and technology, poetry, and the way all of those things work together,” Gaga added.
She continued to share how everybody has worked so hard on this show and how truly grateful she is for all love that she received from her fans. “ I want to thank you for sticking it out with me and loving me through the different iterations of my artistry as well as me as a person,” the ‘Applause’ singer said.