Lady Gaga is back in the United States, coming from her two spectacular Japanese shows, with yet another sold out concert last night at Oracle Park in San Francisco.
Another show-exclusive hoodie appeared at the merchandise stand.
First look at the San Francisco Chromatica Ball hoodie.— Lady Gaga Now 🧠 (@ladygaganownet) September 8, 2022
📷 @selsgaga pic.twitter.com/woHbKRRKux
The show was action-packed as fans came together for The Chromatica Ball. There were around 40,000 fans and Gaga put on a bombastic show, with no major differences from the rest of the tour.
Lady Gaga performing Replay during The Chromatica Ball in San Francisco. pic.twitter.com/m1DaSZv0ZF— Lady Gaga Now 🧠 (@ladygaganownet) September 9, 2022
Chromatica's producer and a long-time Gaga collaborator BloodPop was at the show with his girlfriend HANA.
Lady Gaga was seen dancing with Bloodpop and his girlfriend HANA,during “Free Woman” at the Chromatica Ball in San Francisco.pic.twitter.com/6C1jTagEwR— Lady Gaga Now 🧠 (@ladygaganownet) September 9, 2022
Gaga also dedicated "Born This Way" performance to her Haus of Gaga teammate Frederic Aspiras.
Lady Gaga dedicated "Born This Way" to her long-time hairstylist and friend Frederic Aspiras at The Chromatica Ball in San Francisco. pic.twitter.com/mWTWPbkCFJ— Lady Gaga Now 🧠 (@ladygaganownet) September 9, 2022
While Gaga was moving her tour from Japan back to the US, the box office numbers came out and The Chromatica Ball is officially the second highest average grossing tour by a female artist ever, with $5,388,344 per show.
Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Ball Tour is now the second highest average grossing tour by a female artist in history, with an average gross of $5,388,344 per show and a total of $70 million (so far). pic.twitter.com/pxE2i2Jbxp— Lady Gaga Now 🧠 (@ladygaganownet) September 7, 2022
The next Chromatica Ball show is in Los Angeles on September 10th at Dodger Stadium.
Cover photo by @pjsvids.
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