List of Lady Gaga live performances

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Lady Gaga live performances
Lady Gaga sitting in a chair with a guitar, wearing a wide-brim hat and a white blazer.
Gaga performing on the Joanne World Tour (2017)
Concert tours 6
Residency show 1
Promotional concert 2
Festival concert 1
Award shows 30
Television shows and specials 70

American singer Lady Gaga has embarked on five concert tours and performed live at various award ceremonies and television shows. Gaga promoted her debut single "Just Dance" through performances at several award ceremonies and television shows, including Miss Universe 2008 and So You Think You Can Dance. She first served as an opening act for the boy band New Kids on the Block and the girl group The Pussycat Dolls,[1] before beginning her own headlining tour, The Fame Ball Tour, which began in March 2009 and ended in September 2009. Following the canceled tour Fame Kills: Starring Kanye West and Lady Gaga with rapper Kanye West,[2] Gaga embarked on her second worldwide concert tour The Monster Ball Tour. Staged in support of her extended play The Fame Monster (2009), the tour was critically acclaimed and grossed $227.4 million, making it one of the highest-grossing concert tours of all time. Gaga also performed songs from the album at award ceremonies—the American Music Awards of 2009, 52nd Annual Grammy Awards and 2010 Brit Awards. At the 2010 Billboard Touring Awards, Gaga won the Breakthrough Performer Award, as well as the Concert Marketing & Promotion Award.

Gaga's second studio album Born This Way released the eponymous lead single, which she first performed at the 53rd Grammy Awards, where she emerged from an egg-like vessel.[3] She also performed the album's track "You and I" at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, appearing as her male alter ego Jo Calderone. To promote the album, Gaga began the Born This Way Ball, which was critically and commercially successful but controversial among several religious groups who viewed the tour as satanic and against religious values. Gaga canceled some of the remaining tour dates due to a hip injury that required surgery. At the 2012 Billboard Touring Awards, she won the award for Eventful Fan's Choice Award for Best Tour of the Year.

Gaga performed songs from her third studio album Artpop (2013) at ArtRave, a two-day event hosted by her to promote the album. In 2014, she headlined her first residency show, with seven shows at the Roseland Ballroom in Manhattan, New York. Later that year, she began the ArtRave: The Artpop Ball, whose main idea was to create an immersive rave. The tour received a positive response from reviewers, but some criticized it for being disjointed. After the release of her collaborative album with Tony Bennett, Cheek to Cheek (2014), the duo embarked on their Cheek to Cheek Tour, which began in December 2014 and concluded in August 2015. The tour was critically acclaimed, and topped Vulture's list of 10 best concerts of 2015. In 2015, she received her third Billboard Music Award for Top Touring Artist nomination; she was also nominated in 2011 and 2013.[4]

Gaga performed a tribute to The Sound of Music at the 87th Academy Awards, where she sang a medley of songs from the film's soundtrack. The performance was considered one of her best by Billboard, and triggered over 214,000 interactions per minute globally on the social networking site Facebook.[5][6] In 2015, Gaga released the song "Til It Happens to You", which she performed at the 2015 Billboard Women in Music, Producers Guild of America Awards 2015 and 88th Academy Awards. In 2016, she sang the US national anthem at Super Bowl 50, teamed with Intel and Nile Rodgers to perform a tribute to late David Bowie at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards and performed "Million Reasons" at the American Music Awards of 2016. To promote her fifth studio album, Joanne, Gaga embarked on a 3-date tour, called Dive Bar Tour. She also performed as the headlining act at the Super Bowl LI halftime show on February 5, 2017.

Concert tours

Year Title Duration Shows
2009 The Fame Ball Tour March 12, 2009 – September 29, 2009 (Worldwide) 83
The Fame Ball Tour, Gaga's debut concert tour, promoted her first album The Fame (2008).[7] Gaga described the tour as a traveling museum show incorporating artist Andy Warhol's pop-performance art concept.[8] Gaga planned the tour while serving as opening act for The Pussycat Dolls.[9] The tour was well received by critics who praised her vocal clarity, fashion sense and ability to pull off theatrics like a professional artist.[10][11]
2009–2011 The Monster Ball Tour November 27, 2009 – May 6, 2011 (Worldwide) 203
The Monster Ball Tour, the second worldwide concert tour by Gaga, was staged in support of her extended play The Fame Monster (2009).[12] The stage of the original show looked like a frame, comparable to that of a hollowed-out television set.[13] From 2010 onwards, the revamped shows had a New York theme and portrayed a story set in the city, where Gaga and her friends got lost and had to find their way to "the Monster Ball".[14] The tour was well received by critics who praised Gaga's vocal abilities, the theatricality of the show, and her sense of style and fashion.[15][16] With an audience of 2.5 million, it earned over $227.4 million, making it one of the highest-grossing concert tours of all time.[17] Gaga received the 2010 Billboard Touring Award for Breakthrough Performer and the Concert Marketing & Promotion Award.[18]
2012–2013 Born This Way Ball April 27, 2012 – February 11, 2013 (Worldwide) 98
The Born This Way Ball promoted her second studio album Born This Way (2011), and it visited all continents, except Antarctica.[19] The tour was divided into five acts and was imbued with political and social themes such as discrimination, self-love and government control.[20] Critics praised the stage design, Gaga's vocal abilities, different expressive messages and the production team.[21] The tour was also the subject of some controversy by conservatives due to its religious content and Gaga's support for LGBT rights.[22] With more than twenty dates left, she was forced to cancel the remaining tour dates due to a labral tear of her right hip, which resulted in refunds of over $25 million and 200,000 tickets.[23] It earned a total of $183.9 million.[24][25] Gaga won the 2012 Billboard Touring Awards Eventful Fan's Choice Award for Best Tour Of The Year.[26]
2014 ArtRave: The Artpop Ball May 4, 2014  – November 24, 2014 (Worldwide) 79
ArtRave: The Artpop Ball supported Gaga's third studio album Artpop (2013).[27] Inspired from the similarly named party for Artpop, the stage resembled a cave and consisted of two sections connected by catwalks made of translucent lucite, allowing the audience to move underneath the catwalks while still being able to watch the show.[28] Commentators complimented the show's concept, costumes and the choreography but criticized it for being disjointed and hollow.[29][30] In November 2014, the concert was streamed live from Bercy Arena in France.[31] It grossed a total of $83 million from 920,088 sold tickets.[32][33]
2014–2015 Cheek to Cheek Tour December 30, 2014 – August 1, 2015 (North America, Europe) 36
Gaga's collaboration with Tony Bennett on the album Cheek to Cheek (2014) resulted in their Cheek to Cheek Tour.[34] Many of the tour's shows were part of music festivals.[35] For the show, the stage was decorated in a simple manner with just a crystal curtain.[36] The tour comprised a set list of songs from their album and other covers of the Great American Songbook.[37] The tour was critically acclaimed for the duo's vocals and the development of the show, as well as their on-stage chemistry.[38] It topped Vulture's list of the 10 best concerts of 2015[39] and grossed $15.3 million.[40]
2017–2018 Joanne World Tour August 1, 2017 – February 23, 2018 (Worldwide) 59
Gaga's fifth concert tour in support of her studio album Joanne. It began on August 1, 2017, in Vancouver, Canada and is scheduled to conclude with postponed European shows in 2018.[41][42]

Residency show

Year Title Duration Shows
2014 Lady Gaga Live at Roseland Ballroom March 28, 2014 – April 7, 2014 (New York City) 7
The first residency show by Gaga, Lady Gaga Live at Roseland Ballroom took place at the Roseland Ballroom. it was the final event hosted by the venue before being closed down and replaced with a 42-story skyscraper.[43] Gaga performed songs from her first four albums in the New York-themed show.[44] It received positive reviews from critics, who praised Gaga's vocals, the choreography, and the overall presentation of the show,[45] and grossed a total of $1,522,800.[46] Two performances from the show were transmitted on the Late Show with David Letterman.[47][48] The final show on April 7, 2014 was live-streamed by Verizon Communications.[49]

Promotional concerts

Year Title Duration Shows
2013 ArtRave November 10, 2013 – November 11, 2013 (New York City) 1
Held in support of her third studio album Artpop (2013), ArtRave was a two-day event hosted by Gaga in November 2013. It took place at Duggal Greenhouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard served as an album release party with a press conference and live performances of songs from the album.[50] The event was streamed live on Vevo and later rebroadcast through the website's syndication partners.[51]
2016–2017 Dive Bar Tour October 5, 2016 – July 13, 2017 (North America) 4
The Dive Bar Tour, sponsored by Bud Light, is a 4-date tour by Gaga, in support of her album Joanne (2016). It visited dive bars in the United States and had dates on October 5, 20 and 27. All performances were live streamed on Bud Light's Facebook page, as well as Gaga's.[52]

Festival concert

Year Title Duration Shows
2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival April 14, 2017 – April 21, 2017 (Indio, California) 2
Gaga was chosen to headline Coachella 2017 after the original performer, Beyoncé, was forced to withdraw due to her pregnancy.[53] The singer played a set list comprising songs from all her albums, as well as released a new single called "The Cure", by performing it at the festival.[54]

Performances at award shows

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
June 7, 2008 2008 NewNowNext Awards United States "Just Dance" [55]
July 14, 2008 57th Miss Universe Pageant Vietnam "Just Dance" [56]
February 18, 2009 2009 Brit Awards United Kingdom "Suburbia", "Love etc.", "Left to My Own Devices", "Always on My Mind", "Go West", "What Have I Done to Deserve This?", "I'm With Stupid", "Being Boring", "It's a Sin", "All Over the World", "West End Girls" (with Pet Shop Boys and Brandon Flowers) [57]
June 21, 2009 2009 MuchMusic Video Awards Canada "LoveGame", "Poker Face" [58]
September 13, 2009 2009 MTV Video Music Awards United States "Paparazzi" [55]
November 22, 2009 American Music Awards of 2009 United States "Bad Romance", "Speechless" [59]
January 31, 2010 52nd Annual Grammy Awards United States "Poker Face"; "Speechless", "Your Song" (with Elton John) [55]
February 16, 2010 2010 Brit Awards United Kingdom "Telephone", "Dance in the Dark" [60]
February 13, 2011 53rd Annual Grammy Awards United States "Born This Way" [55]
June 19, 2011 2011 MuchMusic Video Awards Canada "The Edge of Glory", "Born This Way" [61]
June 25, 2011 2011 MTV Video Music Aid Japan Japan "The Edge of Glory", "Born This Way" [62]
August 28, 2011 2011 MTV Video Music Awards United States "You and I" (with Brian May) [63]
November 6, 2011 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards United Kingdom "Marry the Night" [64]
November 10, 2011 2011 Bambi Award Germany "Marry the Night" [65]
August 25, 2013 2013 MTV Video Music Awards United States "Applause" [66]
November 3, 2013 2013 YouTube Music Awards United States "Dope" [67]
November 24, 2013 American Music Awards of 2013 United States "Do What U Want" (with R. Kelly) [68]
December 7, 2014 37th Kennedy Center Honors United States "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You" [69]
February 8, 2015 57th Annual Grammy Awards United States "Cheek to Cheek" (with Tony Bennett) [70]
February 22, 2015 87th Academy Awards United States "The Sound of Music", "My Favorite Things", "Edelweiss", "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" (tribute to The Sound of Music) [71]
June 18, 2015 46th Songwriters Hall of Fame United States "What's Up?" [72]
December 18, 2015 2015 Billboard Women in Music United States "Til It Happens to You" [73]
January 23, 2016 Producers Guild of America Awards 2015 United States "Til It Happens to You" [74]
February 15, 2016 58th Annual Grammy Awards United States "Space Oddity", "Changes", "Ziggy Stardust", "Suffragette City", "Rebel Rebel", "Fashion", "Fame", "Under Pressure", "Let's Dance", "Heroes" (with Nile Rodgers) (tribute to David Bowie) [75]
February 28, 2016 88th Academy Awards United States "Til It Happens to You" [76]
April 4, 2016 Jane Ortner Education Award United States "New York, New York", "I Can't Give You Anything but Love", "Let's Face the Music and Dance", "Call Me Irresponsible", "La Vie en rose", "Til It Happens to You" [77]
November 20, 2016 American Music Awards of 2016 United States "Million Reasons" [78]
February 12, 2017 59th Annual Grammy Awards United States "Moth into Flame" (with Metallica) [79]
September 8, 2017 2017 Toronto International Film Festival Canada "Bad Romance" [80]
Novembre 19, 2017 American Music Awards of 2017 United States "The Cure" (live from the Joanne World Tour stop at Washington D.C.) [81]

Performances at television shows and specials

Date Event Country Performed song(s) Ref.
July 15, 2008 So You Think You Can Dance United States "Just Dance" [82]
September 26, 2008 Sunrise Australia "Just Dance" [83]
September 28, 2008 Rove Australia "Just Dance" [84]
October 29, 2008 Good Day New York United States "Just Dance" [85]
December 1, 2008 The Ellen DeGeneres Show United States "Just Dance" [86]
January 8, 2009 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno United States "Just Dance" [87]
March 10, 2009 The View United States "Just Dance" [88]
April 1, 2009 American Idol United States "Poker Face" [89]
April 16, 2009 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross United Kingdom "Poker Face" [90]
April 20, 2009 The Paul O'Grady Show United Kingdom "Poker Face" [91]
May 11, 2009 The Ellen DeGeneres Show United States "Poker Face" [92]
May 12, 2009 Dancing with the Stars United States "LoveGame", "Just Dance" [93]
May 17, 2009 Rove Australia "LoveGame" [94]
September 8, 2009 The Ellen DeGeneres Show United States "LoveGame" [95]
October 3, 2009 Saturday Night Live United States "Paparazzi" [96]
November 23, 2009 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno United States "Bad Romance" [97]
November 27, 2009 The Ellen DeGeneres Show United States "Bad Romance", "Speechless" [98]
December 6, 2009 The X Factor UK United Kingdom "Bad Romance" [99]
December 7, 2009 Royal Variety Performance United Kingdom "Speechless" [100]
January 15, 2010 The Oprah Winfrey Show United States "Monster", "Bad Romance", "Speechless" [101]
March 2, 2010 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross United Kingdom "Brown Eyes", "Telephone" [102]
April 16, 2010 Music Station Japan "Telephone" [103]
May 5, 2010 American Idol United States "Bad Romance", "Alejandro" [104]
April 28, 2011 The Ellen DeGeneres Show United States "Judas" [105]
May 5, 2011 The Oprah Winfrey Show United States "Born This Way", "You and I" [106]
May 13, 2011 The Graham Norton Show United Kingdom "Born This Way", "Judas" [107]
May 21, 2011 Saturday Night Live United States "The Edge of Glory", Judas", "Born This Way" [108]
May 25, 2011 American Idol United States "The Edge of Glory" [109]
May 27, 2011 Good Morning America United States "Bad Romance", "The Edge of Glory", "Judas", "Born This Way", "Hair" [110]
June 9, 2011 Germany's Next Topmodel Germany "Scheiße", "Born This Way", "The Edge of Glory" [111]
June 13, 2011 The X Factor France France "The Edge of Glory", "Judas" [112]
June 17, 2011 Paul O'Grady Live United Kingdom "Hair", "The Edge of Glory", "You and I", "Born This Way"/"Judas" [113]
July 28, 2011 So You Think You Can Dance United States "The Edge of Glory", "You and I" [114]
August 1, 2011 The View United States "You and I" [115]
October 5, 2011 The Jonathan Ross Show United Kingdom "You and I" [116]
November 13, 2011 The X Factor UK United Kingdom "Marry the Night" [117]
November 16, 2011 Alan Carr: Chatty Man United Kingdom "Marry the Night" [118]
November 30, 2011 The Grammy Nominations Concert Live! – Countdown to Music's Biggest Night United States "Marry the Night"; "You and I" (with Sugarland) [119]
December 5, 2011 The Ellen DeGeneres Show United States "Marry the Night" [120]
December 23, 2011 Music Station Japan "Marry The Night" "Born This Way" [121]
December 31, 2011 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve United States "Heavy Metal Lover", "Marry the Night", "Born This Way" [122]
September 9, 2013 Good Morning America United States "Over the Rainbow", "Applause" [123]
October 27, 2013 The X Factor UK United Kingdom "Venus", "Do What U Want" [124]
October 29, 2013 The Graham Norton Show United Kingdom "Do What U Want", "Venus" [125]
November 16, 2013 Saturday Night Live United States "Do What U Want" (with R. Kelly); "Gypsy" [126]
November 29, 2013 Music Station Japan "Applause" [127]
December 4, 2013 Alan Carr: Chatty Man United Kingdom "Dope", "Do What U Want" [128]
December 17, 2013 The Voice United States "Do What U Want" (with Christina Aguilera) [129]
January 24, 2014 A MusiCares Tribute To Carole King United States "You've Got a Friend" [130]
February 18, 2014 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon United States "Artpop" [131]
April 2, 2014 Late Show with David Letterman United States "Dope", "G.U.Y." [132]
October 16, 2014 Strictly Come Dancing United Kingdom "Anything Goes", "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" (with Tony Bennett) [133]
November 26, 2014 The View United States "Cheek to Cheek" (with Tony Bennett) [134]
December 3, 2014 Good Morning America United States "Cheek to Cheek" (with Tony Bennett) [135]
December 3, 2014 Christmas in Rockefeller Center United States "Winter Wonderland" (with Tony Bennett) [136]
February 16, 2015 Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life – An All-Star Grammy Salute United States "I Wish" [137]
June 12, 2015 2015 European Games Azerbaijan "Imagine" [138]
December 6, 2015 Sinatra 100 – All-Star Grammy Concert United States "New York, New York" [139]
February 7, 2016 Super Bowl 50 United States "The Star-Spangled Banner" [140]
October 22, 2016 Saturday Night Live United States "A-Yo", "Million Reasons" [141]
October 26, 2016 The Late Late Show with James Corden United States "Perfect Illusion", "Bad Romance", "The Edge of Glory", "Born This Way", "Poker Face", "Million Reasons" (Carpool karaoke segment) [142]
November 1, 2016 Sukkiri Japan "Perfect Illusion" [143]
November 4, 2016 News Zero Japan "Joanne" [144]
December 4, 2016 The X Factor UK United Kingdom "Million Reasons" [145]
December 5, 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2016 France "Million Reasons", "A-Yo", "John Wayne" [146]
December 9, 2016 Alan Carr: Happy Hour United States "Million Reasons" [147]
December 12, 2016 SMAP×SMAP Japan "Million Reasons", "Perfect Illusion", "A-Yo" [148]
December 13, 2016 Royal Variety Performance United Kingdom "Million Reasons" [149]
December 20, 2016 Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet to Come United States "The Lady Is a Tramp", "La Vie en rose" [150]
February 5, 2017 Super Bowl LI halftime show United States "God Bless America" / "This Land Is Your Land", "Poker Face", "Born This Way", "Telephone", "Just Dance", "Million Reasons", "Bad Romance" [151]
October 21, 2017 One America Appeal concert United States "Million Reasons", "You and I", "The Edge of Glory" [152]

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