Lady Gaga announces plans for 2018 residency in Las Vegas
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Lady Gaga fans will make a triumphant return to Sin City in 2018. The six-time Grammy has confirmed rumors that she will launch a two-year residency, starting next December in Las Vegas at Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino.

Pollstar reports on Dec. 19 that the “Bad Romance” hitmaker confirmed the big news via Twitter on the heels of wrapping up her 2017 touring year on Dec. 18 in Los Angeles at The Forum in support of her chart-topping studio album Joanne. Gaga previously performed in Vegas back on Dec. 30, 2016 at The Encore Theater and also made a recent stop during her hugely successful Joanne Tour on Dec. 16 at T-Mobile Arena.

Official ticketing information on the upcoming residency have not yet been released, but media speculates Gaga will perform between 36 and 50 dates during the two-year run. Mother Monster has promised her Little Monsters “a brand new show” and will join the ranks of other high profile artists already performing at the venue like Cher and Bruno Mars.

“The rumors are true,” writes Gaga via Twitter. “I will have my own residency in Las Vegas at MGM’s Park Theater. I am so happy and excited beyond belief to make my own brand new show here with my new Vegas family.”

The pop diva recently released the title track from Joanne as the album's third single. During her final 2017  U.S. tour stop in Los Angeles on Dec. 18, Gaga teamed with Mark Ronson to perform the song as tribute to her late Aunt Joanne on the anniversary of her death.

Gaga will kick off 2018 with a European tour, which begins with a two-night stand between Jan. 14 – Jan. 16 in Barcelona, Spain, at Palau Sant Jordi and will wrap up Feb. 23 in Berlin at Mercedes-Benz Arena. Get your Lady Gaga tickets now at AXS. For all the latest details on Lady Gaga, click here.