The Joanne World Tour is the fifth headlining concert tour by Lady Gaga, in support of her fifth studio album, Joanne (2016). The first concerts which are advertised as a part of the tour were on April 15 and 22, 2017 in Indio as part of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, but Lady Gaga's choreographer Richard Jackson revealed that they have nothing in common with the actual tour. The official tour began on August 1, 2017, in Vancouver, Canada, and concluded on February 1, 2018, in Inglewood, United States. After tickets went on sale, various shows in Europe and North America quickly sold out, prompting additional dates in both continents.


Two weeks before Joanne, was released in October 2016, she began a small promotional tour called the Dive Bar Tour, which visited bars across the US. On October 24, 2016, Gaga confirmed to Howard Stern that she would also embark on a worldwide concert tour to continue promoting the record. She clarified that it would begin after her performance at the Super Bowl LI halftime show, that took place on February 5, 2017. Following the halftime show, Gaga announced the Joanne World Tour.

On March 2, 2017, Coachella announced Gaga as a main headliner of the festival in Indio after Beyoncé had to cancel her appearance due to pregnancy. Gaga's choreographer Richard Jackson confirmed that the performances at Coachella was exclusively for the festival and the Joanne World Tour would be completely different. However, elements from the festival performance as well as from the Super Bowl halftime show were kept and used for the tour. Learn more


The Joanne World Tour plans had to be put on hold temporarily for the Coachella rehearsals. However, its concept was in development since the Super Bowl and rehearsals started after Gaga finished filming for A Star Is Born, her first lead role as an actress

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Gaga confirmed in July 2017 that the stage design was completed and building was in progress. The stage was deemed by her as different than all the previous builds done for her tours. The main stage was built in collaboration with Tait Inc. with production designer Robert 'Hydro' Mullin, and creative designer, LeRoy Bennett. Learn more


For the complete synopsis of concert, see this page.

Gaga during the performance of "Million Reasons".

Like on the previous tours, the show was divided into separate segments, each preceded by a costume change. The show begins with a countdown displayed on a large screen, with the line "Don't call me Gaga" repeatedly played from the speakers. After Gaga shouts out that she instead wants to be called Joanne, she starts performing "Diamond Heart”, standing solely on a raised platform with a microphone stand. She then moves on to sing "A-YO", while playing on a guitar, and her dancers and guitarists also appear on stage. Learn more

Set list

For a complete summary of this act, see this page.
  1. Countdown intro (with elements of "Monster")
  2. "Diamond Heart"
  3. "A-Yo"
  4. "Poker Face"
  5. "Perfect Illusion"
  6. Band interlude (with elements of "Perfect Illusion")

Gaga during the performance of "A-Yo".

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  1. Car Film (Interlude)
  2. "John Wayne"
  3. "Scheiße" (Coachella version)
  4. "Alejandro" (Coachella version)
  5. Band interlude (with elements of "Alejandro")

Gaga during the performance of "John Wayne".

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  1. Rhino Film (Interlude)
  2. "Just Dance"
  3. "LoveGame" (Coachella version) (contains a guitar riff from "John Wayne")
  4. "Telephone" (Super Bowl edit with extended band outro)
  5. Band interlude (with elements from "Telephone")

Gaga during the performance of "Just Dance".

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  1. Backstage Film (Interlude)
  2. "Applause" (contains elements from the DJWS Trap Remix)
  3. "Come to Mama"
  4. "The Edge of Glory"
  5. "Born This Way"
  6. Band interlude (with elements of "Born This Way")

Gaga during the performance of "Born This Way".

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  1. Trapped Film (Interlude)
  2. "Bloody Mary"
  3. "Dancin' in Circles"
  4. "Paparazzi"

Gaga during the performance of "Bloody Mary".

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  1. Music interlude (with elements from "Paparazzi")
  2. "Angel Down"
  3. "Joanne"
  4. Band interlude (with elements of "Joanne")

Gaga during the performance of "Angel Down".

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  1. Drippy Face Film (Interlude)
  2. "Bad Romance"
  3. "The Cure"


  1. "Million Reasons"

Gaga during the performance of "Bad Romance".


For the complete list of dates and box office, see this page.

Dates Location City Country
North American Leg 1
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August 3 Rogers Place Edmonton
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August 8 The Forum Inglewood, CA
August 9
August 11 T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, NV
August 13 AT&T Park San Francisco, CA
August 15 Golden 1 Center Sacramento, CA
August 19 CenturyLink Center Omaha Omaha, NE
August 21 Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul, MN
August 23 Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, OH
August 25 Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
August 28 Citi Field New York City, NY
August 29
September 1 Fenway Park Boston, MA
September 2
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September 7
September 10 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA Us.png
September 11
North American Leg 2
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November 7 Little Caesars Arena Detroit, MI
November 9 Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, CT
November 11
November 13 KFC Yum! Center Louisville, KY
November 15 Sprint Center Kansas City, MO
November 16 Scottrade Center St. Louis
November 19 Capital One Arena Washington, D.C.
November 20 PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh, PA
November 28 Philips Arena Atlanta, GA
November 30 American Airlines Arena Miami, FL
December 1 Amalie Arena Tampa, FL
December 3 Toyota Center Houston, TX
December 5 Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX
December 8 American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
December 9 Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City, OK
December 12 Pepsi Center Denver, CO
December 14 Vivint Smart Home Arena Salt Lake City, UT
December 16 T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, NV
December 18 The Forum Inglewood, CA
Total: 41 shows divided on 2 legs.

Dates Location City Country
Total: 8 shows.
Notes: The tour dates after Birmingham, UK were cancelled due to body pain caused by fibromyalgia


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In February 2017 Gaga has unveiled a lookbook for Joanne World Tour merchandise capsule collection. The lookbook was designed in collaboration with London-based creative studio Lobster Eye and merchandising company Bravado. Shot by Synchrodogs and styled by Daria Lagenberg, the collection of photos finds models Daria Svertilova and Stacy Koren posing in front of what looks like various woods-inspired sets. Learn more

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20122013 The Born This Way Ball
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