Lady Gaga might be most well known for her pop music, but you can never forget her prowess for jazz. Once again partnering up with legend Tony Bennett, the duo will put out collaborative album Love for Sale on Oct. 1. It is the follow up to their Grammy-winning 2014 effort, Cheek to Cheek.
To celebrate the new album, Lady Gaga will perform an intimate jazz set for fans around the world. Presented by Westfield, the exclusive online performance can be live-streamed or viewed at pop-up fan zones in over 20 flagship destinations.
“I love singing jazz music,” Lady Gaga said. “I am grateful to Westfield for helping bring me and my performance to my fans across the world even when I can’t travel to them.”
One will be right here in Los Angeles at the Westfield Century City's Atrium. Those at the performance will receive complimentary food, beverages and unique photo moments and access to limited edition Lady Gaga merchandise. For a safe and fun experience, those at the fan zone must abide by L.A.’s COVID-19 guidelines. Doors open at 9 a.m. and the event begins at 10:30 a.m.
Participating Little Monsters will have early access to the Love For Sale album pre-sale and the chance to win a personalized message from Lady Gaga herself. Those online will also be able to unite with fellow fans through the event's watch together function that allows groups of up to six "gather" in a private room. To watch this unique performance, make sure to register for tickets online.
The celebration is in partnership with Gaga's Born This Way Foundation and Bennett's Exploring the Arts. The Born This Way Foundation, created by Lady Gaga and her mother strive to make the world a better and kinder place. They support LGBTQIA+ lives and spread awareness about mental health and how to get help. Exploring the Arts was founded by Tony Bennett and his wife with one goal in mind, to support arts education for the youth and allow them to transform their lives through creativity.