Lady Gaga Announces 2020 Tour Dates

Lady Gaga is back! The global pop icon has announced The Chromatica Ball, a 4-date North American outing that begins on August 5 in Boston and wraps up on August 20 in New York City.

Presale for The Chromatica Ball will take place on March 13 at 10 am local time and tickets will be available to the general public on March 16 at 10 am local time.

Be sure to register here for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan®, for your opportunity to see Lady Gaga live during The Chromatica Ball. After you’ve registered, you’ll receive a confirmation email with details on what to expect next. Registration is currently open and closes on Saturday, March 7 at 11:59 pm ET.

Check below for a full list of North American tour dates and for our FAQ about Verified Fan and how it works.

 

Lady Gaga 2020 Tour Dates

Date City Venue
Wed, Aug 5 Boston, MA Fenway Park
Sun, Aug 9 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
Fri, Aug 14 Chicago, IL Wrigley Field
Wed, Aug 19 New York, NY MetLife Stadium

 

How Verified Fan Works

 

Registration

Registration is easy and only takes a few minutes. All you’ll need is the email address you use to sign in to your Ticketmaster account and your password. Follow these simple steps:

  1. Click on the link in the announcement to go to the custom registration page.
  2. Sign in using your Ticketmaster account, or if you don’t have one, you can create one when you register.
  3. Tell us what shows you’re interested in and submit your registration.

From there, we’ll send you a confirmation email to confirm your registration was successful and what to expect next.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Registration

I registered, but how can I make sure I know about the next Verified Fan opportunity?

The best way to get updates about the artists, teams and shows you care about is to use Ticketmaster Favorites. When you add your favorites, we’ll keep you in the loop about what they’re up to, including Verified Fan opportunities.

How to add artists, teams and show to your Favorites:

  1. Sign in to your Ticketmaster account
  2. Search for your favorite artists, teams or shows
  3. Tap on the heart and we’ll take care of the rest
How do international registrations work?

The opportunity for fans located outside the country hosting the event may vary from event to event. We recommend visiting Ticketmaster or the official site of the artist, team or show to learn more.  Note: we may limit the availability of the Site or any service or product described on the Site to any person or geographic area at any time. Please visit our Terms and Conditions for more information about access outside of the U.S.

If I miss registration, can I still shop for tickets?

Depending on the event, there may be more options to shop. To learn more about additional ticket sales, visit Ticketmaster and check out the event page.

Does registering mean I get a Verified Fan access code?

No. Access codes are never guaranteed, and due to anticipated demand and limited supply, fans are selected at random to receive an invitation to shop for tickets.

Can I register more than once to increase my invitation status?

No. Only one registration is required and registering more than once won’t increase your opportunity to receive an invitation.

Can I purchase a Verified Fan access code?

No. Access codes will never be listed for sale from Ticketmaster and you should never trust a code being listed for sale. Invitations and access codes are only distributed by Ticketmaster to fans invited to the sale, based on demand and ticket availability, and tied to your unique Ticketmaster account so can only be used by the original recipient.

If I edit my registration more than once, will I be disqualified?

No. You won’t be disqualified. If you edit your registration more than once to correct a mistake, such as an incorrectly selected show, we only keep the last registration that you submitted.

I received a confirmation email, what does that mean?

It means that we successfully received your registration. The email is simply to inform you of that. It doesn’t however, guarantee you’ll receive an invitation or access code to shop. Once we get closer to the Verified Fan ticket sale, you’ll receive an email with additional information about your invitation status.

When will I get my access code?

If you are verified and invited to shop, you can expect to receive an access code the night before the sale. This should come in the form of a text message that includes your code and a link to shop for tickets. 

Note: The invitation process may vary from event to event, and invitations are based on demand and ticket availability.

Does getting an access code mean I’m guaranteed to get tickets?

No. Receiving an access code means that you’ll have the opportunity to shop for tickets. However, the ability to purchase tickets is determined by supply and demand, and is not guaranteed. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.

Can I give or share my invitation / access code with friends or family?

No. Your invitation and access code is just for you, connected to your Ticketmaster account and cannot be shared.

Why wasn’t I verified / selected?

Unfortunately, invitations and access codes are based on the number of fans interested in going (demand) and the number of tickets the Event Organizer provides Ticketmaster to sell (ticket availability) and in cases where demand exceeds ticket supply, fans are selected at random to receive an invitation to shop.

What is the Waitlist and what does it mean if I’m on it?

Due to extremely high demand and limited invitations, we are sometimes unable to confirm your access for Verified Fan ticket sales. In that case, you will be notified via email that you’ve been added to the Waitlist. Being on the Waitlist ensures that you will be notified should additional invitations become available and you are invited to shop. In that case, we will notify you via text message. 

Please keep in mind any additional ticket inventory will be extremely limited and tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.

How will I know if I move off the Waitlist?

Keep your phone close by as your text notification can come at any time after the sale begins. When notified, you’ll receive two text messages: The first one has the link to the sale, and the second contains your unique access code. (You’ll also want to closely watch your email just in case there are text delivery issues. In that case we’ll email your access code details to the address you use for your Ticketmaster account.)

 

Purchasing Tickets

This is where Verified Fan really goes to work to ensure that more tickets go to the fans who want to attend the event. Only those who are invited to the sale may shop using a unique access code. Here’s how it works:

  1. The night before the sale – we’ll let you know if you’ve been invited to shop. The invitation process may vary from event to event, and invitations are based on demand and ticket availability.
  2. The night before the sale – if you were invited, you’ll receive a text message to the number you provided during registration. Your text will include your unique access code and a link to shop for tickets. Keep an eye out for this text and be careful that you don’t accidentally delete it.
  3. Once the sale begins, use the link provided to get started. You’ll enter your access code exactly as it appears to shop for tickets.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Purchasing Tickets

When do Verified Fan tickets go on sale?

Opportunities to shop vary from event to event. We recommend visiting Ticketmaster or the official site of the artist, team or show to learn more.

If I am selected, how long do I have to shop for tickets?

While we suggest you purchase as soon as you are able, we understand there may be some planning involved. Please refer to the event details for exact purchase times and keep in mind that tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.

What is the ticket limit?

Ticket limits vary depending on the event. Please refer to your registration confirmation email, the official artist, team, or show website, or the event page on Ticketmaster for more details.

How much will tickets cost?

As soon as ticket prices become available to us, we’ll provide that information on the Ticketmaster event page. In some cases, ticket prices may not be available until the day you shop, and is subject to change. Fees and taxes will apply.

How can I get the seating map in advance?

Seating options vary depending on the event and in some cases may not be available until tickets go on sale. Visit the event page on Ticketmaster to learn more about seating options and maps.

Will there be VIP and Meet and Greet packages available?

Tickets packages and offers vary depending on the event. Please refer to the official site of the artist, team or show, as well as Ticketmaster for more details.

How many tabs can I have open at once to shop?

Please only open one tab when you are shopping for tickets. In the event you are able to register for multiple shows on a tour, you may open one tab, per show that you are shopping for.

Note: Opening multiple tabs to shop for tickets to the same show may result in errors and/or limit you from shopping during the sale.

Can I sign in to the same Ticketmaster account on multiple devices to shop?

No. When you sign in to the same account on multiple devices it may result in errors and/or limit you from shopping during the sale. Before the sale begins, please double check you are only signed in to your Ticketmaster account on one device.

If I’m on public or shared WiFi will I still be able to shop?

Yes. You may use public or shared WiFi networks when shopping during a Verified Fan sale. To ensure you have the best experience, please make sure you are signed in to your Ticketmaster account on only one device and join any queues or waiting rooms before the sale begins.

If my parent or guardian uses their credit card to purchase the tickets, does the person whose name is on the card have to attend the show?

No. The tickets will be in the Ticketmaster account used to purchase. If someone else purchases tickets for you, then you, (as the person attending) should register during the registration window. When it’s time to shop, make sure you’re signed into the correct account to avoid any confusion and then have the person purchasing enter their payment information during checkout.

I’m buying tickets for others, can I send tickets to them with Ticketmaster?

Yes. Ticketmaster makes it easy to send tickets between Ticketmaster accounts; however, rules may vary from event to event, so please review the terms when you register. Learn more about sending tickets with Ticketmaster Ticket Transfer.

How do I send tickets to others?

To learn how to send tickets between Ticketmaster accounts, please go here.

How do I get my tickets?

Your ticket delivery method must be selected at the time of purchase. Common options include SafeTix (a new mobile ticket), traditional Mobile Tickets (using a QR code), Print-at-Home and Mail Delivery. Will Call may also be available, including for international purchasers (including Canada).

Note: Supported delivery methods may vary depending on the event.

Why do I see tickets available to purchase on another site before the Verified Fan Presale has even happened?

Many unofficial sellers will list tickets before they even go on sale. This practice is called speculative listing and fans should not trust resellers claiming to have tickets. Those speculative listings are not real tickets in hand. Beware of these sellers. Learn more about spec tickets here.

 

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