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Lady Gaga To Replace Beyoncé At Coachella Photo of Lady Gaga courtesy of Instagram.

Last week, Coachella announced that Beyoncé will not be performing at their festival this year. This was not surprising, considering the fact that Bey is, ya know, pregnant with twins. Music fans can take solace in the fact that the singer has already confirmed that she will perform at Coachella next year. Still, the question remained: who could possibly replace Beyoncé this year?

We now have an answer. Earlier today, Lady Gaga confirmed on Twitter that she will be performing at Coachella on April 15 and 22. This news broke just a couple of hours after a rumor was spreading that Daft Punk was going to take over headlining duties.

This Gaga news comes about a month after the singer performed at the Pepsi Halftime Show at Super Bowl LI. After Coachella, Gaga will take a little break and then embark on the epic Joanne world tour. Check out the dates below.

Tour Dates 
August 1 — Vancouver, British Columbia @ Rogers Arena
August 3 — Edmonton, Alberta @ Rogers Place
August 5 — Tacoma, Washington @ Tacoma Dome
August 8 — Los Angeles, California @ The Forum
August 11 — Las Vegas, Nevada @ T-Mobile Arena
August 13 — San Francisco, California @ AT&T Park
August 15 — Sacramento, California @ Golden 1 Center
August 19 — Omaha, Nebraska @ CenturyLink Center
August 21 — St. Paul, Minnesota @ Xcel Energy Center
August 23 — Cleveland, Ohio @ Quicken Loans Arena
August 25 — Chicago, Illinois @ Wrigley Field
August 28 — New York, New York @ Citi Field
September 1 — Boston, Massachusetts @ Fenway Park
September 4 — Montreal, Quebec — Bell Centre
September 6 — Toronto, Ontario @ Air Canada Centre
September 10 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ Wells Fargo Center
September 15 — Rio de Janeiro, Brazil @ Rock in Rio Festival
September 22 — Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
September 24 — Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
September 26 — Milan, Italy @ Mediolanum Forum
September 29 — Hamburg, Germany @ Barclaycard Arena
October 1 — Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
October 3 — Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
October 6 — Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
October 9 — London, United Kingdom @ 02 Arena
October 15 — Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Barclaycard Arena
October 17 — Manchester, United Kingdom @ Manchester Arena
October 21 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena
October 23 — Stockholm, Sweden @ Ericsson Globe
October 26 — Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
October 28 — Koln, Germany @ Lanxess Arena
November 5 — Indianapolis, Indiana @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse
November 7 — Detroit, Michigan @ Little Caesars Arena
November 10 — Uncasville, Connecticut @ Mohegan Sun
November 13 — Louisville, Kentucky @ KFC Yum! Center
November 15 — Kansas City, Missouri @ Sprint Center
November 16 — St. Louis, Missouri @ Scottrade Center
November 19 — Washington, D.C. @ Verizon Center
November 20 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania @PPG Paints Arena
November 28 — Atlanta, Georgia @ Philips Arena
November 30 — Miami, Florida @ American Airlines Arena
December 1 — Tampa, Florida @ Amalie Arena
December 3 — Houston, Texas @ Toyota Center
December 5 — Austin, Texas @ Frank Erwin Center
December 8 — Dallas, Texas @ American Airlines Center
December 9 — Oklahoma City, Oklahoma @ Chesapeake Energy Arena
December 12 — Denver, Colorado @ Pepsi Center
December 14 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ Vivint Smart Home Arena

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