HBO Drops Trailer for Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Ball

HBO Drops Trailer for Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Ball

A lot of fans may be excited to see Lady Gaga act off Joaquin Phoenix in the Joker sequel, but they haven’t forgotten that she’s one phenomenal performer with an act built on outrageous drag costumes and song/dance numbers.

Just in, HBO has dropped a trailer for Gaga Chromatica Ball, and it gives us a look at Gaga’s seventh headlining concert which took place July 17—September 17, 2022. Check this out:

Gaga also made the official announcement of the release  of Chromatica Ball on IG, and it came with the caption:

“I’m so excited that we can finally share The Chromatica Ball film with the world. This film chronicles a time of immense creativity…the fashion, the dance, the music. Revisiting the tour leaves me speechless the way we had each other—you all showed up for music and art in a big way, and with a level of excitement and freedom that I will never forget. Stadium after stadium. Sold out crowds. The deafening singalongs.

“Chromatica was colorful revenge. The chaos of it all became pure energy and life. With a texture best experienced live.”

Like the usual concert films go, we’ll probably be getting some snippets from behind the scenes playing in between all of the perfomances from the actual concert. With the concert having come out in 2022, you can imagine a lot of Gaga’s fans have been waiting for the release of this concert movie for a while.

Even Taylor Swift’s Eras tour managed to release a film in theaters about the concert before the tour was even finished. Eras is expected to have its final show this December.

Going back to Gaga though, her act is definitely more than just the music, and a lot of fans usually come to watch what kind of wacky visuals she’s going to be bringing onstage. Let’s hope that Chromatica gets people excited for Gaga’s Harley Quinn when Joker Folie a Deux comes out later this year.

Gaga Chromatica Ball comes to  Max on May 25.

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