Lady Gaga's Monster Ball Comes To Town

Triple Brit Award winner Lady Gaga is set to play a sold out Odyssey Arena in Belfast tonight.

The 23 year-old artist's debut UK headline Monster Ball Tour is said to spare no expense.

The show, which tells the story of GaGa on her way to a Monster Ball and how she has lost her friends in New York, has around 15 costume changes and a number of backdrops.
News Image
Over four main acts - City, Subway, Forest and the Monster's Ball - she will work her way through a barrage of hits including Just Dance, Poker Face, Paparazzi, Bad Romance and her new single Telephone which features Beyonce.

The pop star who is know for her outlandish fashion sense performed in the Kings Hall last year as the support act for the Pussycat Dolls.


Related Northern Ireland News Stories
Click here for the latest headlines.

22 October 2021
Over 120 New Social Homes To Be Built In North Belfast
Over 120 new homes are to be built in Upper New Lodge in north Belfast as part of a £37 million housing regeneration project, Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey has announced. Minister Hargey said: "I am delighted to announce this £37m regeneration project for Upper New Lodge Belfast.
07 October 2021
Additional Funding Allocated To Deliver New Homes In NI
Additional funding of up to £15 million has been allocated to deliver new homes in Northern Ireland. Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey approved the funding to ensure stability in the social housing construction sector following recent volatility in the costs of materials.
04 June 2018
New York Pizza Firm To Create 50 New Posts In Belfast
A New York pizza firm is to create 50 new posts in Belfast. Slice, which provides an online and mobile ordering and payment platform for independent pizzerias in the US, is establishing a new software engineering centre in Northern Ireland.
09 November 2021
Almac To Create Over 1,000 New Jobs Across NI
Pharmaceutical development and manufacturing organisation, Almac Group, has announced the creation of more than 1,000 new jobs across Northern Ireland. The jobs are part of a three-year global recruitment drive to hire 1,800 new staff across 120 different roles.
12 February 2020
Health Service Needs £661m- Minister Swann
The Department of Health will need over £660 million to keep up with current services and tackle waiting lists over the next year, the Minister has said. Robin Swann marked his first month in office by spelling out the extent of the financial pressures ahead of the local health budget.