Lady Gaga will rock Bogota‘s Estadio El Campin on Tuesday night as part of her massive third world tour, the Born This Way Ball.
The concert will be Gaga’s first in Colombia as part of a 115 leg tour visiting six continents and is expected to be so big that it will cause traffic disruptions in city’s capital.
If news of the previous shows is anything to go by, the show will be in no way half-hearted. Gaga is famous for, among other things, her extravagant live performances and costumes, and Bogota’s audience is anticipating nothing less.
Her last tour, the Monsters Ball, left the star almost $3 million in debt and officially bankrupt but she admitted she “doesn’t care about the money.”
The concert will begin at 4pm, open for ages 12 and up.
Bogota’s Department of Transport confirmed their will be traffick closures and detours affecting the city from 6am till 11pm.