Going Gaga

Super Bowl queen Lady Gaga launches global tour including Austin show

Super Bowl queen Lady Gaga launches global tour including Austin show

Lady Gaga, Joanne
Lady Gaga is coming to the Frank Erwin Center on December 5. Photo courtesy of Interscope

Lady Gaga knows how to capture momentum. Fresh off her Super Bowl appearance, the pop star unveiled a new 2017 tour traveling the globe, with three stops in Texas in December.

The Joanne World Tour begins in August in Vancouver, British Columbia, veering through Europe and the United Kingdom in the fall, before returning to the United States in November.

Her sweep through Texas will start in Houston on December 3, when she'll perform at Toyota Center. She'll hit Austin's Frank Erwin Center on December 5, and visit Dallas on December 8 at American Airlines Center.

Tickets for the concerts in Dallas, Austin, and Houston will go on sale February 20 at 10 am at Ticketmaster.com. There will be a ticket limit of eight tickets per transaction for all first-day sales.

All arena performances will feature general admission on the floor. The four U.S. stadium shows, which do not include any of the dates in Texas, have reserved seating on the floor; reserved seating will be available in all venues in the stands.

For the three Texas dates, Citi cardmembers​ get a pre-sale from February 15-19; for details visit citiprivatepass.com. (There is still an eight-ticket limit per transaction.)

The tour supports Lady Gaga's fifth studio album, Joanne, which was released in October 2016. The record features songwriting collaborations with Mark Ronson and Father John Misty, plus a duet with English singer Florence Welch.

Lady Gaga's itinerary is as follows:

August 1 Vancouver / Rogers Arena
August 3 Edmonton / Rogers Place
August 5 Tacoma / Tacoma Dome
August 8 Los Angeles / The Forum
August 11 Las Vegas / T-Mobile Arena
August 13 San Francisco / AT&T Park (Stadium)
August 15 Sacramento / Golden 1 Center
August 19 Omaha / CenturyLink Center
August 21 St. Paul, Minnesota / Xcel Energy Center
August 23 Cleveland / Quicken Loans Arena
August 25 Chicago / Wrigley Field (Stadium)
August 28 New York City / Citi Field (Stadium)
September 1 Boston / Fenway Park (Stadium)
September 4 Montreal / Bell Centre
September 6 Toronto / Air Canada Centre
September 10 Philadelphia / Wells Fargo Center
September 15 Rio De Janeiro / Rock In Rio Festival
September 22 Barcelona / Palau Sant Jordi
September 24 Zurich / Hallenstadion
September 26 Milan / Mediolanum Forum
September 29 Hamburg / Barclaycard Arena
October 1 Antwerp / Sportpaleis
October 3 Amsterdam / Ziggo Dome
October 7 Paris / AccorHotels Arena
October 9 London / O2 Arena
October 15 Birmingham / Barclaycard Arena
October 17 Manchester / Manchester Arena
October 21 Copenhagen / Royal Arena
October 23 Stockholm / Ericsson Globe
October 26 Berlin / Mercedes-Benz Arena
October 28 Koln / Lanxess Arena
November 5 Indianapolis / Bankers Life Fieldhouse
November 7 Detroit / Little Caesars Arena
November 10 Uncasville, Connecticut / Mohegan Sun
November 13 Louisville / KFC Yum! Center
November 15 Kansas City / Sprint Center
November 16 St. Louis / Scottrade Center
November 19 Washington, DC / Verizon Center
November 20 Pittsburgh / PPG Paints Arena
November 28 Atlanta / Philips Arena
November 30 Miami / American Airlines Arena
December 1 Tampa / Amalie Arena
December 3 Houston / Toyota Center
December 5 Austin / Frank Erwin Center
December 8 Dallas / American Airlines Center
December 9 Oklahoma City / Chesapeake Energy Arena
December 12 Denver / Pepsi Center
December 14 Salt Lake City / Vivint Smart Home Arena