Bad Romance: First-Ever Theatrical Concert Tribute to Lady Gaga
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The last date listed for Bad Romance: Lady Gaga Tribute was Thursday May 24, 2012 / 9:00pm.
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- Full Price:
- COMP - $102.00
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- COMP - $51.00
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Bad Romance is a large-scale, live concert musical production that pays tribute to the music of Lady Gaga — the first of its kind! Featuring the music industry’s most talented musicians and dancers along with an amazing storyline, sound, and light show to bring you a full production of the hottest artist of this decade. The musicians and dancers of Bad Romance were carefully selected because of their professional and eclectic backgrounds and will bring their unique presence to the production.
Each performance brings sexy attitude, high-octane energy, heart-pounding music, and visually stimulating theatrics. This is an experience that will excite your senses and wet your palate for more. Attendees can expect superior musical entertainment, energetic dancing, and a visually stimulating light show with every performance. Bad Romance wants attendees to feel they are a part of the show, dancing and singing along; even dressing the part.
The Bad Romance team has spent countless hours developing a production that will have you out of your seat. Bad Romance is a celebration of music and an opportunity for fans to unite and party under one roof. Our cast looks forward to seeing all you little monsters at our next performance.
About the Ticket Supplier: Live Nation - House of Blues Dallas
House of Blues Dallas opened in 2007 in the historic White Swan Building at the crossroads of Dallas’ West End and the newly established Victory Park development. The building dates back to the 1920’s when it housed a White Swan Coffee processing plant. Home to unique pieces of art such as Alan Sainte James Boudrot’s “A Dream Come True” and S. Guion’s painting of Robert Johnson, this unique and history-rich building continues to celebrate and showcase art and music. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Dallas displays the “Crazy Quilt” and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.