On March 28, global music phenom Lady Gaga played at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City for a packed crowd. She is the final musical act to perform at this venue, prior to its closing in a few weeks. She will be here for six more concerts. This show was quite special for the pop superstar since she celebrated her 28th birthday.
She opened her set with an acoustic version "Born This Way" and it was followed by "Black Jesus and Amen Fashion."
Other noteworthy vocals were "Monster," "Sexxx Dreams" and "Dope." She changed the pace of her set with the electrifying "Bad Romance."
She played "You and I" and "Poker Face" solo and acoustic on piano. It was followed by such familiar tunes as the dance anthem "Just Dance" and "Applause," the debut single of her "Artpop" album.
Gaga returned to sing the new song "G.U.Y." as her sole encore performance. She put on quite a superb concert at the Roseland Ballroom that was well-received by her "Little Monsters," as she affectionately calls her dedicated fans.
For her final concert at Roseland Ballroom on Monday, April 7, Verizon will be streaming it live on a micro-site they built, where fans can watch that performance at that historic last show at that venue, either on their mobile device or computer, by clicking here.