Lady Gaga Announces Miami Performance During Super Bowl Weekend

Lady Gaga's Super Bowl Halftime Show performance in 2017.
Lady Gaga's Super Bowl Halftime Show performance in 2017.
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The biggest little monster of them all is set to make an appearance in Miami during the biggest entertainment spectacle of the year.

It was announced Wednesday morning that Lady Gaga, of A Star is Born and "Just Dance" fame, will headline a show at Meridian, a 65,000-square-foot venue that's being constructed at Island Gardens on Watson Island, the eve of Super Bowl LIV. The Saturday, February 1, concert will take place as part of the tenth edition of AT&T TV Super Saturday Night. The show, formerly known as the DirecTV Super Saturday Night, has taken place annually the day before the big game since 2011 and has featured artists such as Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, and hip-hop duo Run the Jewels.

Gaga last performed in Miami in November 2017 for her Joanne World Tour stop at the American Airlines Arena. Earlier that year, she was also the featured performer for the Super Bowl's halftime show.

Ticket prices for the 2020 concert have yet to be announced, but fans clamoring to cozy up to the Oscar-winning pop star should keep their eyes on AT&T's website, which will begin selling tickets at 10 a.m. Tuesday, December 10.

AT&T TV Super Saturday Night With Lady Gaga. Saturday, February 1, at Meridian at Island Gardens, 888 MacArthur Cswy., Miami. Tickets cost $375 via ticketmaster.com.

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