Lady Gaga world tour 2017: Manchester ticket prices and pre sale infoHow much are Lady Gaga tickets, when do they go on sale and when is the pre sale? Here’s everything you Little Monsters need to know about her Joanne World Tour 2017Lady Gaga performs at the Super Bowl (Image: Getty Images North America)Get the biggest What’s On stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailAttention Little Monsters Lady Gaga is coming to Manchester this year.The singer announced her Joanne World Tour after her spectacular half time show at the Super Bowl on Sunday, which featured an acrobatic medley of hits including Born This Way, Bad Romance and Million Reasons.Only three UK dates have been lined up so far: London O2 Arena on October 9, Birmingham Barclaycard Arena on October 15, and Manchester Arena on October 17.Tickets go on general sale on Friday February 10 at 9am and will be available to buy from Ticketmaster or Amazon Tickets .How much are tickets to Lady Gaga 2017 world tour? Standing tickets cost from 35 to 55 plus booking fees for her show at Manchester Arena, while seats are priced from 80 up to 105.A number of special packages will also be available including a premium VIP party package for 300 and an ultimate backstage package priced at 1,000.How to get presale tickets for Lady Gaga Joanne World Tour Fans can get their hands on tickets early through a number of presales this week.Tour producer Live Nation has a presale for registered members from Wednesday February 8 at 9am. If you not already signed up, you can register here .You can also get early access to tickets when you buy anything from Lady Gaga official online music store before 4pm on Tuesday February 7.
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