Lady Gaga has announced details for her forthcoming ‘Jazz And Piano’ residency in Las Vegas, including the show’s first dates in almost two years.
Gaga announced the new dates on social media, revealing that she’ll once again be taking up residency at the city’s Park Theater at the Park MGM. She will be playing nine dates this October, kicking off on the 14th and ending on Halloween (October 31). Tickets for the shows are set to go on sale at 10am PT (6pm BST) this coming Saturday August 28.
The star kicked off the ‘Jazz And Piano’ residency in January of 2019, shortly after she began her simultaneous ‘Enigma’ residency in December 2018. Gaga consistently performed both residencies throughout 2019, with a slew of planned 2020 dates ending up being cancelled due to COVID-19.
Lady Gaga is also set to release another jazz collaborative album with the legendary Tony Bennett, titled Love For Sale. Due out on October 1, it will be the two artists’ second album together, following 2014’s Cheek To Cheek.
The two performed a pair of sold out shows at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall earlier this month, which would mark Bennett’s last ever shows as the 95-year-old announced his retirement from performing shortly thereafter.
Love For Sale will follow up Gaga’s most recent solo album Chromatica, which dropped last year. In one of many positive reviews of the album, NME wrote, “On Chromatica Gaga has fully embraced creating a pure pop album. From the exhilarating melodies to the positive, hope-filled lyrics, Chromatica is a celebration – and a well-deserved one at that.”
Outside of music, Gaga is set to star in the forthcoming Ridley Scott film House Of Gucci, alongside Adam Driver, Jared Leto and more. House Of Gucci arrives in cinemas on November 24.