Lady Gaga Joanne Tour Vancouver Full Concert Review: ‘Dancin in Circles’, ‘The Cure’, Pride Flags


Lady Gaga is smoking them all, like a whole
pack of Marlboros on her Joanne World Tour. The much-anticipated tour kicked off Tuesday
night in Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. The pop superstar treatied fans to a slew
of new bangers like Perfect Illusion, Million Reasons and A-Yo, which she changed the lyrics
for to make them more Canadian. She also got the crowd bumping to her oldies
like Bad Romance, The Edge of Glory, Just Dance and Applause. The Joanne World Tour ushered in a new era
of Gaga looks. She wore rhino horns and leather tassels in
her nine outfit changes. During one of the video interludes she presented
new tour merchandise. The stage is one of the most elaborate in
Gaga’s touring history. The stage featured a catwalk hanging from
the ceiling that doubled as a video screen. The Joanne World Tour stage has a main stage
and two circular risers bridged by mobile platforms that raise and lower allowing them
to be moved. The lighting is so intense that the Rogers
Arena places warning signs outside the venue. Gaga rides the bridge as it lifts into the
air during her performance of “Angel Down”. Lady Gaga called out Donald Trump recently
for banning transgender people in the military. At the concert, she showed her solidarity
by waving a gay pride flag. She draped the flag across her piano stool
and started to singe “Come to Mama”. She stated, “Needless to say, I have a lot
to say about this issue. But the most important thing I have to say
about it is everybody’s gotta love each other. You gotta stop throwing stones at your sisters
and your brothers, because man it wasn’t that long ago we were all just living in the
jungle… so for any of you who don’t believe in equality that are here this evening, come
to mama.” She gave the backstory behind the name of
her album, Joanne. Her aunt, Joanne, died in 1874 as a result
of Lupus-related complications. “There is grief passed on from generation
to generation,” she explained while perched on a stool, guitar in hand, waiting to perform
Joanne‘s title track. “What I’d like to ask you all to do tonight
is, in this moment, although it’s hard and you might be having fun with your friends
here, I’d like for you to ask yourself, ‘What was that one moment in your life that
blasted you so hard you don’t remember who you were before it happened?’ “When I look back on my life, there are
a series of events that blasted me. I walk around a lot wondering if I’ll ever
feel the way I used to feel. What was my life before the fame, what happened
after, what happened during, and all the things that made me who I am as a young woman? If you could all just take a moment and give
yourself mercy for that moment… for me, that moment has one name, and it’s Joanne. This one’s for you, dad.” Dancing in Circles was performed live for
the first time. It was never released as a single, instead
Gaga decided to focus on promoting “The Cure”. And the most heartwarming moment of it all
was when she made the concert about her family. Her parents were both their and she revealed
that her sister, Natali, designed some of the show’s fashions. What did you think of the Lady Gaga’s Joanne
World Tour 2017? Let me know in the comments below and don’t
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8 thoughts on “Lady Gaga Joanne Tour Vancouver Full Concert Review: ‘Dancin in Circles’, ‘The Cure’, Pride Flags

  1. I'm gonna see her show in Seattle and just wondering…how inappropriate is she during the show?😂

  2. The Interludes show that the Old "Crazy" Gaga is still back…(No hate though. I REALLY LOVE HER)

  3. LMAO 1874 IS WHEN JOANNE DIED? Nice video though. I like hearing other people's perspectives of things I love!

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