Lady Gaga Tickets: How Much Does It Cost to See the Singer in Vegas?

Lady Gaga is poised to take home at least one – and possibly two – Oscars at the Academy Awards ceremony in late February. But she’s not just making waves in the movie industry. The singer also kicked off a Las Vegas residency in late December. She’ll be performing at the Park Theater at the Park MGM for the next two years. Here’s how you can get tickets to see the “Born This Way” singer in person — and how much it will cost.

Tickets for Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas residency cost hundreds of dollars

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Lady Gaga performs during the 60th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018, in New York City. | Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS

Gaga has more than two-dozen performances scheduled through November 9, 2019. Most will be her “Enigma” show, a true Vegas spectacle that focuses on her biggest hits. The other show is “Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano,” a stripped-down version of fan favorites and well-known songs from other artists.

Tickets for both shows went on sale in August. While originally there were originally some seats available for less than $80, most tickets that are still available cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

For example, the lowest-priced ticket to the June 15 Jazz & Piano show costs $251, according to Ticketmaster. That the best seats at the October 19 Enigma show cost nearly $2,000. The average ticket is selling for $535 on the secondary market, according to reports. That’s higher than the average for other popular Vegas performers like Britney Spears and Gwen Stefani. The Park Theater has 5,200 seats.

Gaga is committed to a two-year residency at the Park MGM, and additional dates should be added to the calendar at some point. She’s reportedly earning more than $1 million for each performance.

What people are saying about the show

Response to Gaga’s Vegas residency has been largely positive. In a review, Rolling Stone called Enigma a “show that confirms and begins her legacy.” Entertainment Weekly described it as “bizarre and beautiful” and noted that the audience is treated to plenty of theatrics, describing portions of the show as a “fiery interplanetary hellscape, replete with pyrotechnics, heavy-metal machinery, and a gargantuan mecha-robot suit-contraption.”

Gaga has scheduled only a handful of Jazz & Piano shows, but those are also earning raves. Variety said the more subdued show “blows [Enigma] out of the water.” It includes a handful of her own originals, like “Born This Way” and “Paparazzi,” as well as 16 covers of songs like “New York, New York,” “La Vie En Rose,” and “Someone to Watch Over Me.” At least one show featured a surprise appearance from Tony Bennett.

Response from fans to both shows has been enthusiastic as well.

Where else can you see Lady Gaga?

If you’re hoping to see Gaga live in the near future, Vegas is pretty much your only option. The performer hasn’t announced any other tour dates beyond the Park MGM residency. She is working on her sixth album, tentatively titled LG6, though no release date is confirmed, NME reported. Whether a new album will be followed by a tour remains to be seen.

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