Lady GaGa reveals details on 'The Fame Monster,' solo tour
Eight tracks included on second disc of re-issue
The singer kicks off The Monster Ball Tour on Nov. 27 in Canada, with 18 dates currently on slate. It continues through January and boasts Kid Cudi as opener -- because if you can't get Kanye West, you might as well book his protege.
Four days before that, on Nov. 23, "The Fame Monster" will hit shelves. It's a re-issue of Lady GaGa's 2008 album "The Fame," with an additional disc of eight brand new tracks. Which, frankly, seems kind of mean to people who already bought the thing. "Bad Romance," as previously reported, is included. Full tracklist below the tour dates.
"A message to all my little monsters: 'The Fame Monster' will come out four days before the first live show," said Gaga in a press release. "You have exactly 96 hours to learn all of the lyrics so you can sing along. Dress accordingly."
Nov. 27: Montreal, Quebec (The Bell Center)
Nov. 28: Toronto, Ontario (Air Canada Center)
Nov. 29: Ottawa, Ontario (Scotiabank Place)
Dec. 1-2: Boston, Mass. (Wang Center)
Dec. 3: Camden, N.J. (Susquehanna Bank Center)
Dec. 9-10: Vancouver, B.C. (Queen Elizabeth Theatre)
Dec. 13: San Francisco, Calif. (Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)
Dec. 18: Las Vegas, Nev. (TBD)
Dec. 19: San Diego, Calif. (San Diego Sports Arena)
Dec. 21: Los Angeles, Calif. (Nokia Theatre)
Dec. 29: Atlanta, Ga. (The Fox Theatre)
Dec. 31: Miami, Fla. (James L. Knight Center)
Jan. 3: Orlando, Fla. (Hard Rock Live)
Jan. 7: St. Louis, Mo. (The Fox Theatre)
Jan. 8-9: Chicago, Ill. (The Chicago Theatre)
Jan. 12: Detroit, Mich. (The Fox Theatre)
Jan. 16: Atlantic City, N.J. (Borgata)
Jan. 20-21: New York, N.Y. (Radio City Music Hall)
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