A Shapeshifting Stage Design For Lady Gaga's Joanne World Tour

Lady Gaga - Joanne World Tour 2017

Lady Gaga had a “million reasons” why her lips were sealed about the stage and set design for her Joanne World Tour before the opening night on August 1 at Rogers Arena in British Columbia. And it may very well be the best kept secret in concert design history. Creative director LeRoy Bennett and production manager Robert “Hydro” Mullin teamed up with Tait to create the set that took over the entire arena, complete with a kinetic main stage, three flying bridge platforms (that double as projection displays, no less), two satellite stages, and an LED integrated b-stage.

A Shapeshifting Stage Design For Lady Gaga's Joanne World Tour
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