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Tickets to August's Lady Gaga concert to go on sale next week

28.04.2012

On Monday, April 30, tickets will go on sale to August's Lady Gaga concert in Riga, LETA was informed by the ''FBI'' concert agency.

On Monday, April 30, tickets will go on sale to August's Lady Gaga concert in Riga, LETA was informed by the ''FBI'' concert agency.

The five-time ''Grammy'' award winner will perform in Riga on August 23 at the Mezparks open-air stage.

Tickets to the concert will be available on-line at www.ticketpro.lv. Tickets can also be at all ''Maxima XX'' and ''Maxima XXX'' supermarkets throughout Latvia, as well as at the ''Ticketpro'' ticket outlets at ''Arena Riga'' and the Riga Congress Building.

The cost of a standing area tickets will be LVL 39, whilst special ''fan zone'' tickets will cost LVL 69. VIP tickets will go on sale at a later date.

As reported, the singer will begin her ''Born This Way'' world tour at the end of this month with a concert in Seoul (South Korea). On the other hand, she will kick off her European tour at the beginning of August in Sofia (Bulgaria).

This will be Lady Gaga's first concert in Latvia, and it is predicted that the concert in the Riga suburb of Mezparks will gather at least 40,000 concert goers and become one of the biggest show business events in Latvia's history.

The album ''Born This Way'' was released in 2011 and has already sold over six million copies world wide.

Lady Gaga is also the first ever musician to have four singles from her debut album shot up straight to number one in the world music charts - ''Just Dance'', ''Poker Face'', ''Lovegame'' and ''Paparazzi''.

The single ''Poker Face'' is also one of the top selling singes in music history, selling 9.8 million copies worldwide.

In 2010, the musician was nominated for a whopping 13 MTV music awards, winning eight of them.

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