The flamboyant Lady Gaga will perform Monday night at the Tacoma Dome — stop No. 3 of the North American leg of her “Born This Way Ball” Tour, which kicked off last April and runs through March. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Gaga is also bringing her “Born Brave Bus” to the show, a resource for young people ages 13-25 to find professional help for mental health, anti-bullying and suicide prevention services. The bus will be parked outside the Tacoma Dome. You don’t need a ticket to the concert to visit the bus.
Since 2008, the 26-year-old pop star has produced two platinum studio albums that have spurred 16 hit singles including “Poker Face,” “Just Dance” and “Born This Way.”
Gaga’s tour kicked off Jan. 11 in Vancouver B.C. with a small wardrobe malfunction — a seam in her latex bodysuit tore open.
Not appearing too phased by the incident, Gaga tweeted yesterday to her Washington fans:
“On my way to Tacoma, I can’t wait to see you!”
Tickets to the show tonight are still available. For pricing, visit