Lady Gaga reveals tour stage design
Lady Gaga has unveiled the stage design for her upcoming 'artRave: The ARTPOP Ball Tour'
This article is from 2014.
Lady Gaga has unveiled the stage design for her upcoming 'artRave: The ARTPOP Ball Tour'.
The 27-year-old star posted a photograph on Twitter of the detailed set, featuring transparent runways, which dancers will be able to use to perform beneath the 'Applause' singer during the shows.
Gaga tweeted: "#LadyGagaTourStage The stage is lucite and you can just dance underneath the runways (sic)."
The main stage appears to have a space theme as a huge backdrop features a scene of moon and stars.
The photograph also shows two performance areas which Gaga and her dancers can reach from the platforms and a white structure in the centre is similar to her 'ARTPOP' album launch palette.
The blonde star kicks off her tour in the US in two months and brings the show to the UK in October, performing in Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, London and Dublin.
It's Gaga's first tour since injuring her hip during the 'Born This Way Ball', after which she had to cancel 25 sold-out shows before undergoing surgery.
She recently revealed she was bankrupt during her 'Monster's Ball' tour, after she invested her entire $3 million dollar fortune into staging at her concerts in a bid to launch her pop career back in 2009.
Gaga also caused outrage last Thursday (13.03.14) at South By South West Festival in Texas, when performance artist Millie Brown vomited on her during her rendition of 'Swine' but defended the show during her keynote speech the following day.
She said: "The idea of a moment where it's truly just what we wanted to create and us just respecting each other as artists was enough for the performance to be worth it."