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TicketsEdit

On 20 February 2009, Huliq News reported that Gaga donated tickets and a meet and greet, for any show on her tour, in the United States or Canada, to raise money for Odyssey Charter School and elementary schools in Los Angeles affected by budget cuts. Learn more

DatesEdit

For shows performed outside of the tour schedule that used elements from it, an exhaustive list is available here.

North AmericaEdit

Dates Location City Globe-green
That 2009 leg is also known as the "DJ Version".
March 12 House of Blues San Diego, CA Us
March 13 The Wiltern Theatre Los Angeles, CA
March 14 Mezzanine - Early Show San Francisco, CA
Mezzanine - Late Show
March 16 The Showbox at the Market Seattle, WA
March 17 Wonder Ballroom Portland, OR
March 18 The Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC Ca
March 21 Gothic Theater Denver, CO Us
March 23 Fine Line Music Café Minneapolis, MN
March 24 House of Blues - Early Show Chicago, IL
House of Blues - Late Show
March 25 Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
March 26 Elements Night Club Kitchener, ON Ca
March 27 Bronson Centre Ottawa, ON
March 28 Metropolis Montreal, QC
March 30 House of Blues Boston, MA Us
April 4 The Hollywood Party * Palm Springs, CA
April 6 House of Blues Orlando, FL
April 7 The Ritz Ybor Tampa, FL
April 8 Revolution Live Ft. Lauderdale, FL
April 9 Centerstage Atlanta, GA
April 11 The White Party * Palm Springs, CA
May 1 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA
May 2 Terminal 5 - Early Show New York, NY
Terminal 5 - Late Show
June 19 Kool Haus Toronto, ON Ca
September 28 Landmark Theater Richmond, VA Us
September 29 DAR Constitution Hall Washington, DC
Venue upgradeEdit
  • March 13, the Avalon was replaced by The Wiltern Theatre due to high demand.
  • March 14, a 2nd show was added on the same night.
  • March 24, a 2nd was added on the same night
Rescheduled showsEdit
  • March 31, due to high demand, the show at Webster Hall was moved to Terminal 5 on May 2 with 2 shows on the same night.
  • Due to her West Coast American Idol appearance and her exhaustive schedule, the following shows were postponed:
    • April 1, Theatre of the Living Arts was moved to Electric Factory on May 1.
    • April 2, the 2 shows at 9:30 Club were postponed to September 29 at Landmark Theater.
    • April 3, Toad's Place was moved to The National because the venue closed. However, the show was postponed to September 28 also.

On April 2, Gaga issued an apology via her official website:

"To my beautiful, talented, luminous fans,
I am so terribly sad about the postponed performances. I wanted to tell you all, that although many assume it's because of Idol, the truth is I have had a high fever and some crazy virus for days, and I am still sick. We are very pleased with how Idol went, but after weeks of not a day off my schedule, my team and doctor felt it imperative that I sleep for a few days.
My friends surprised me with a birthday cake and pinata post show at a friends art studio last night, my spirits are already higher, and I am now straight back to bed to sleep for the next couple days.
But, I could barely sleep in this morning thinking about all of you. And while some I'm sure are inventing curse words for me, the shows have now been moved to bigger venues. for more dancing, more sweating, and more of my props to fit on stage. your support means everything to me, and I am truly very sorry if I've upset anyone. And to my gay fans, please know that I'm always thinking about you, and how I can give you and every tour date the absolute best performance of my life. I will see you all for Dinah Shore this weekend. I love you more than words or music can express.


Love & Art, Sincerely,
Gaga"

OceaniaEdit

Dates Location City Globe-green
These shows are part of the Doll Domination Tour but used elements of the Fame Ball.
May 16 Vector Arena Auckland Nz
May 19 Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane, QLD Au
May 22 Acer Arena Sydney, NSW
May 23
May 26 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, VIC
May 27
May 28 Adelaide Entertainment Centre Adelaide , SA
May 30 Burswood Dome Perth, WA
Total: 9 shows in Oceania.


EurasiaEdit

Dates Location City Globe-green
The Eurasia leg is also known as the "Live Band Version" of the tour.
June 24 Glastonbury Festival Shepton Mallet Gb
June 29 Manchester Academy Manchester
July 1 The Marquee Cork Ie
July 3 Rock Werchter 2009 Werchter Be
July 4 Wembley Stadium * London Gb
July 5
July 8 Isle of MTV Malta 2009 Florian Mt
July 9 Olympia Paris Fr
July 11 T in the Park2009 Balado Scotland
July 12 Oxegen Kildare Ie
July 14 O2 Academy Brixton London Gb
July 16 Zenith die kulturhalle Munich De
July 17 Palladium Cologne Cologne
July 18 Columbia Halle Berlin
July 20 Melkweg Amsterdam Nl
July 21 Maag Event Hall Zürich Ch
July 22 The Gasometer Vienna At
July 24 Wonderland Ibiza Es
July 25 Paradiso Amsterdam Nl
July 26 Stadtpark Freilichtbühne Hamburg De
July 28 Kulttuuritalo Helsinki Fi
July 30 Sentrum Scene Oslo No
July 31 KB Hallen Copenhagen Dk
August 1 Storsjöyran Östersund Se
August 2 Gröna Lund Stockholm
August 7 Summer Sonic Tokyo Jp
August 8 Osaka
August 9 Olympic Hall Seoul Kr
August 11 Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Ph
August 12 Fort Canning Park Singapore Sg
August 15 Cotai Arena Macao Mo
August 19 Non Stop Musix Festival Tel Aviv Il
August 22 V Festival Staffordshire Gb
August 23 Chelmsford
NotesEdit
Lady Gaga was scheduled to perform as opening act to Take That Presents: The Circus Live on June 27-28th 2008 but due to unforeseen circumstances she taken in as ill by doctors so was unable to perform.

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