|By PR Newswire||
|March 24, 2014 02:03 PM EDT||
GERMANTOWN, Wis., March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- QueenBeeTickets.com is the online destination for ticket buyers wanting a good selection at affordable prices. Lady Gaga US Airways Arena tickets are available for one of six concerts that have been recently added to the Artpop Ball Tour.
On July 30, the singing star pays a visit to Phoenix, Arizona, for the benefit of fans in that area wanting to attend a live show. There has been such an overwhelming demand for tickets that the only way to keep fans happy was by adding concerts to the tour schedule.
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Besides the Arizona event, there will also be a second Staples Center show in Los Angeles for July 22. The singing star will visit Las Vegas on August 1, Lake Tahoe on the 2nd, Salt Lake City on the 4th, and Denver on the 6th. These shows have recently been added, and concertgoers are thrilled to have more events from which to choose.
Lady Gaga US Airways Arena tickets will disappear in record time due to the entertainer's popularity. She has numerous fans in the Phoenix area and elsewhere in the U.S., and all newly announced shows are likely to sell out.
QueenBeeTickets.com has the largest inventory on the Web. Customers always have a wide selection of tickets to browse through when looking for concert seats. Lady Gaga US Airways Arena tickets are available affordably.
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