Lady Gaga Live at Roseland Ballroom is the first residency show by Lady Gaga. Performed at the Roseland Ballroom in Manhattan, New York, the residency show began on March 28, 2014, and concluded on April 7, 2014, after seven shows.


The Roseland Ballroom opened in 1919 after moving from Philadelphia. It was announced on October 19, 2013, that the venue would be closing in April 2014, after over 50 years of operation at its current location. On November 19, 2013, it was revealed that Lady Gaga would perform the final shows at the venue with an intimate, four-night residency on March 28, March 30, March 31, and April 2, 2014. Due to the high demand, shows were added on April 4, 6 and 7.

According to Gaga, playing at the Roseland Ballroom was always a dream of hers. She explained to John Seabrook of The New Yorker that: "It's basically the only room in the city I haven't played." As a young girl, she could not afford tickets, but she did manage to win free tickets to a Franz Ferdinand show during her senior year of high school. Gaga recalled that she fell down during the show and got her nose broken, making her parents forbid her from visiting Roseland. After her career took off with the release of her debut album, The Fame, she bypassed playing at the venue until its closure.

Gaga revealed the official poster for the residency show on March 18, 2014. The poster features an image of Gaga that was taken in 2008 at the Lower East Side of New York City by Geordie Wood. According to Gaga: "We found him and used that same photo for my Roseland poster." The poster also includes a quote from Gaga taken when the photograph was taken, that reads: "I'm Lady Gaga. A singer/songwriter. You're going to know me one day."


For more information, see: Lady Gaga Live at Roseland Ballroom/Show

Opening act

Set list

  1. "Born This Way (Acoustic)
  2. "Black Jesus † Amen Fashion"
  3. "Monster"
  4. "Bad Romance"
  5. "Sexxx Dreams"
  6. "Dope"
  7. "Yoü and I"
  8. "Paparazzi" (Instrumental Interlude)
  9. "Just Dance"
  10. "Poker Face" (Acoustic)
  11. "ARTPOP(Instrumental Interlude)
  12. "Applause"
  13. "G.U.Y."


Tickets went on sale through Ticketmaster on November 25; tickets were priced at $50 for the floor and $200 for the mezzanine. Members of Gaga's fan club were able to register for first access to tickets starting on November 19. Users were selected at random to receive invitations and codes to purchase tickets on November 21. Citi card members also had access to the pre-sale starting November 22.

March 28, 2014

  1. Lady Gaga wears a custom outfit by Shokra, tights by Wolford, a headpiece by Theresa Dapra and boots by Ellie.
  2. Lady Gaga wears a custom outfit and cape by Eren Fidanci, tights by Wolford, a headpiece by Arturo Rios, boots by Ellie and sunglasses by Ray-Ban.
  3. Lady Gaga wears a custom robe by Diane von Furstenberg and sunglasses by Ray-Ban.
  4. Lady Gaga wears a beaded ensemble by Atelier Versace, a bustier by Antonio Urzi for Versace, tights by Wolford and boots by Ellie.
  5. Lady Gaga wears a headpiece by Arturo Rios with a visor by Isabell Yalda Hellysaz customized by A-Morir, tights by Wolford, a custom leather jacket by DKNY, bra, and briefs by Mia Gyzander Costumes and custom boots by Giuseppe Zanotti.
  6. Lady Gaga wears a jumpsuit by Perry Meek and Pleaser booties customized by A-Morir.
Lady Gaga wears a custom outfit by Perry Meek, a headpiece by Eren Fidanci and platforms by Long Tran.

March 30, 2014

Lady Gaga wears panties by Hanky Panky, tights by Wolford, a custom bra by Bryan Hearns and platforms by Long Tran.

March 31, 2014

April 2, 2014

Lady Gaga wears tights by Wolford.

April 4, 2014

Lady Gaga wears tights by Wolford, creepers by T. U. K. and sunglasses by Ray-Ban.

April 6, 2014

  1. Lady Gaga wears a shirt by Saint Laurent, boots by Ellie and sunglasses by Prada.
  2. Lady Gaga wears an outfit by Thom Browne and sunglasses by Ray-Ban.

April 7, 2014

For the final show, a live stream by Verizon will be available on

Lady Gaga wears an outfit, belt, and headpiece by John Rocha and platforms by Long Tran.


Merchandise was available to be purchased before, during, and after each show.

VIP Merchandise


Hair and makeup department

Hair stylist for Lady Gaga Frederic Aspiras
Make up artist for Lady Gaga Tara Savelo
Assistant Sonja Durham
Wardrope department

Stylist Brandon Maxwell
Dancer department

Choreographer Richard Jackson
Dancers Amanda BalenDavid Lei Brandt, Graham Breitenstein, Montana EfawKevin Frey, Knicole Breahn Haggins, Asiel Hardison, Ian McKenzie, Sloan-Taylor RabinorVictor Rojas
Music department

Drums George "Spanky" McCurdy
Bass Lanar “Kern” Brantley
Guitars Ricky Tillo


Tours or concerts as opening act
2008 Just Dance Promo Tour  · New Kids on the Block: Live
2009 Doll Domination Tour  · The Fame Ball  · Take That Presents: The Circus Live  · The Fame Kills  · This Is It  · The Monster Ball Tour(1.0)
2010·2011 The Monster Ball Tour (2.0)
2012·2013 The Born This Way Ball
2014 Lady Gaga Live at Roseland Ballroom  · artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball
2015 Cheek To Cheek Tour
2016·2017 Dive Bar Tour  · Joanne World Tour
2018·2020 Enigma
2021 The Chromatica Ball
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