Lady Gaga Announces 2019 Las Vegas Residency Show 'ENIGMA'

Lady Gaga is taking up residency in Las Vegas.

We all knew this was bound to happen sooner or later. Gaga and Vegas were made for each other. One of the biggest spectacles the world has ever seen and the Entertainment Capital of the World–how could these two not eventually shack up?

Gaga herself announced her new Vegas residency show on Instagram Tuesday with a colorful new selfie full of neon and lens flares.

To start, there are actually two shows Gaga will perform. Lady Gaga Enigma will be more like standard Gaga fare: incredible shows full of special effects, costumes, and of course, all of her hit music. If you’ve never been able to attend a Lady Gaga concert, this is the show you should buy tickets for.

Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano will be an entirely different style of event. Rather than big lights and flashy effects, think more like a standard lounge act. Gaga will perform some of her songs but they’ll be “stripped down”, according to her website. So imagine a jazz version of “Born This Way” and you’re probably close to the mark.

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Gaga will also do some old-timey classics from The Great American Songbook, but bring a bit of Gaga flare to these classic tunes.

“I can’t wait to share ENIGMA with all of my fans and with Las Vegas,” Gaga said in a statement. “We’re creating a show unlike anything I’ve done before. It will be a celebration of all that is unique and different within us. The challenges of bravery can be overcome with creativity and courage that is grown out of adversity, love, and music.”

The shows will be located at the Park Theatre right next to the MGM Grand. You’ll be able to see it as soon as you land at Las Vegas International. The shows start on December 28th and expect that December 31st show to sell out by the time you’re done reading this sentence. Dang.

If you’re part of the Little Monsters Gaga fan club then you got an extra few days to buy tickets. Fan pre-sale began August 8th and will end August 12th. Regular tickets go on sale starting August 13th. If you’re a Citi credit card holder then you also get to jump the line, buying your tickets one day after the Little Monsters get first dibs on August 9th.

Tickets start at $77.90, not including taxes, service charges, or fees. For more details and to order tickets, check out her website here.

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