Save a spot at the Chromatica Ball when Lady Gaga brings it to Minute Maid Park

Lady Gaga brings her Chromatica Tour to Minute Maid Park in Downtown on Tuesday, September 13, 2022. | Photo courtesy of Live Nation

Take in a superstar spectacle when Lady Gaga brings the Chromatica Ball Tour to Minute Maid Park on Tuesday, September 13, 2022.

Paws up, the Mother Monster is back. After the COVID-19 pandemic forced two postponements of the Chromatica Ball Tour, Lady Gaga is ready to show H-Town that the wait was most assuredly worth it.

The 2020 release, Chromatica, sees the award-winning artist getting back to her musical roots, throwing vibes back to ’90s house music while also mixing in a cyberpunk feel that only Gaga could dream up. The concept album sees the artist focused on herself, her own happiness, and healing while sprinkling in guest vocals from pop icons Elton John, Ariana Grande and Blackpink.

While the Chromatica Ball Tour promises signature Gaga theatrics, she hopes that her brutalist-inspired stage offers concert goers the opportunity to take “a hard look at yourself [and] what you’ve been through.”

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Lady Gaga: the Chromatica tour at Minute Maid Park

Courtesy of LiveNation

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