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Lady Gaga concert tickets go on sale in Vienna

Tickets went on sale this morning for Lady Gaga's November concert in Vienna, part of the European leg of her 'Artrave: The artpop Ball' tour.

The show is expected to sell out quickly, following the trend of other tickets sales in Europe. In England the concerts were sold out within five minutes.

Tickets are still available for general admission, although the cheapest tickets appear to have sold out on the ticket sale website at the link below within the first 80 minutes.

Although details of the show have been kept a secret, Gaga, famous for her theatrical performances, has revealed that fans will be able to get up close and personal to her in her latest stage show.

It is thought there will be a costume change for every new song and two stages will be used, connected by a winding catwalk.

The concert is taking place on 2 November at Wiener Stadthalle. Tickets can be bought at http://tickets.heute.at/de/tickets/lady-gaga-wien-wiener-stadthalle-halle-d-640939/performance.html

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