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TD Garden is a sports arena in Boston. It is named after its sponsor, TD Bank, N.A. and is often simply called The Garden, or the traditional Boston Garden. It was formerly known as the FleetCenter and the Shawmut Center (title sponsor Shawmut Bank was bought by FleetBoston Financial before the arena opened). TD Bank, N.A. has been in control of the arena's naming rights since 2005, with the arena called TD Banknorth Garden until July 16, 2009, when the TD Banknorth name ceased to exist.

July 1-2, 2010[edit | edit source]

Part of The Monster Ball Tour.

Addtional Notes:

  • Starting from this show, the Puke Film has been slightly revised, containing new elements. (Some are parts of the Tattoo Film, and a new scene showing Gaga tasting the blood of a heart.)
    Set list

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Act I: NYC
 1. Jumping Film
 2. "Dance in the Dark"
 3. "Glitter and Grease"
 4. "Just Dance"
 5. "Beautiful, Dirty, Rich"
 6. "The Fame"
Act II: NYC Subway
 7. Puke Film
 8. "LoveGame"
 9. "Boys Boys Boys"
10. "Money Honey" + Virgin Call Gag
11. "Telephone"
12. "Born This Way" (Acoustic)
13. "Yoü and I"
Act III: Central Park
14. Antler Film
15. "Monster"
16. "Teeth"
17. "Alejandro"
18. "Poker Face"
Act IV: The Monster Ball
19. Apocalyptic Film
20. Battling a Paparazzo ("Paparazzi")
  Encore
21. "Bad Romance"
22. "Born This Way"
23. Judas Film [edit set list]

March 8, 2011[edit | edit source]

Part of The Monster Ball Tour.

Set list
Act I: NYC
 1. Jumping Film
 2. "Dance in the Dark"
 3. "Glitter and Grease"
 4. "Just Dance"
 5. "Beautiful, Dirty, Rich"
 6. "The Fame"
Act II: NYC Subway
 7. Puke Film
 8. "LoveGame"
 9. "Boys Boys Boys"
10. "Money Honey"
11. "Telephone"
12. "You and I"
13. Twister Film
14. "So Happy I Could Die"
Act III: Central Park
15. Antler Film
16. "Monster"
17. "Teeth"
18. "Alejandro"
19. Monster Film (Manifesto of Little Monsters)
20. "Poker Face"
Act IV: The Monster Ball
21. Apocalyptic Film
22. Battling a Paparazzo ("Paparazzi")
  Encore
23. "Bad Romance"
24. "Born This Way"
25. Fan Film [edit set list]



February 27, 2013[edit | edit source]

Due to a labral tear in her right hip and needing surgery to repair it on February 13, 2013, this performance of the Born This Way Ball was cancelled as Gaga was still recuperating.

June 30, 2014[edit | edit source]

Part of artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball.

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