Lady Gaga brought her Chromatica Ball tour to 46,000 fans at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, UK.
Lady Gaga dedicated "1000 Doves" to the late Alexander McQueen and Isabella Blow, and thanked Nick Knight for helping make the show in the UK. pic.twitter.com/s2IHrXGoMX— Lady Gaga Now 💓⚔️ (@ladygaganownet) July 29, 2022
Lady Gaga dedicated the first London show to her late friend, British designer Alexander McQueen and fashion editor Isabella Blow. She was Philip Treacy's muse, and Gaga wore a brand new headpiece that Isabella wore, while performing "Free Woman", made by the legendary hat-maker.
Lady Gaga sports a brand new headpiece for the "Free Woman" performance in London. pic.twitter.com/1c8ErHPEEE— Lady Gaga Now 💓⚔️ (@ladygaganownet) July 29, 2022
Gaga also thanked British videographer Nick Knight, with whom she recorded all of the video interludes, back in London in June 2022.
The crowded Tottenham Hotspur stadium is ready to welcome Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Ball tonight. pic.twitter.com/6bYxQr3b9g— Lady Gaga Now 💓⚔️ (@ladygaganownet) July 29, 2022
There were no major setlist changes, except Gaga skipped the performance of "The Edge of Glory".
Lady Gaga via Instagram. pic.twitter.com/XEvhky1rsv— Lady Gaga Now 💓⚔️ (@ladygaganownet) July 29, 2022
Gaga will perform once more tomorrow, Saturday July 30th, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, for the closure of the European leg of the tour.