Lady Gaga Kills Opening New Las Vegas Residency ‘ENIGMA’

Lady Gaga performed before a sold-out crowd Friday night at the opening of her residency at Park MGM’s intimate Park Theater, which will run through November 2019. 

The six-time GRAMMY Award-winner, Golden Globe Award-winner and Academy Award-nominated superstar’s engagement consists of two separate shows: LADY GAGA ENIGMA, a never-before-seen journey through the star’s pop hits and LADY GAGA JAZZ & PIANO, debuting January 20, featuring stripped-down versions of her hits alongside music from the Great American Songbook.

Minutes before the start of the show, Gaga tweeted her fans:

 

 

In true Las Vegas form, Gaga opened the show with some aerial action, flying in with guitar in hand as she launched into "Just Dance."

 

 

Last night’s opening also featured the first live performance of “Shallow,” the chart-topping song from the 'A Star Is Born' soundtrack.

“I’m so proud to be your star,” Gaga told her little monsters before launching into the final encore. “But the truth is you gave birth to me.”

Singing “Shallow” at the piano, she paused, becoming emotional in the first verse as she sang, "In all the good times I find myself longing for change…," before moving on with the crowd singing along with their queen.

 

 

 

 

 

Here's the opening night set-list for LADY GAGA ENIGMA:

 

For ticket information, head over to MGM Resorts here.

3 thoughts on “Lady Gaga Kills Opening New Las Vegas Residency ‘ENIGMA’”

  1. I’ve never been much of a

    I've never been much of a diva fan – I find Madonna way overrated and annoying, so hate me – but Gaga is an amazing artist.  The ticket prices for her Vegas show, though, are ridiculous.

  2. For me, her career started

    For me, her career started and ended with "just dance." Gaga is a fantastic entertainer, but her music has gotten boring af. 

  3. I don’t dislike her or

    I don't dislike her or anything but do we always have to stereotype gay men a pop lovers? I listen to rock music. Aren't there rock musicians who are gay that you can write about? Homosexual have a wide range of taste in music.

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