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How to Watch Lady Gaga's Final Dive Bar Tour Stop
The Los Angeles show will stream starting at 10 p.m. ET tonight.
Thursday night (Oct. 27) marks the third and final stop of Lady Gaga’s promotional Dive Bar Tour, presented by Bud Light. The tour has previously taken Gaga to Nashville’s 5 Spot before she ventured to New York City’s The Bitter End, the latter of which Gaga frequented before she made it big.
Other than the fact that you could see someone like Gaga in a venue as intimate as a bar setting, the first two shows were special because it gave her the chance to premiere songs from Joanne.
On night one, she premiered “Million Reasons” with co-writer Hillary Lindsey, along with “Sinner’s Prayer” and “A-Yo.” The following show, she debuted “Diamond Heart,” “Joanne,” “Grigio Girls” and “Just Another Day” with Mark Ronson before heading to the roof of the venue to perform an encore, which included "Joanne" and "Angel Down," for the fans who couldn’t make it inside.
Now that the luxury to premiere songs has been taken away, what else will Gaga do? Bud Light’s latest video promo features Gaga’s rooftop NYC encore and asks the question: “What will @LadyGaga do for a finale?”
If you aren’t able to make it to the final show -- which kicks off at 10 p.m. ET -- Bud Light’s Facebook page will be streaming the performance.
Those who are underage will have to view the show through Gaga’s page, as Bud Light restricts anyone under 21 to visit their Facebook.
According to Bud Light's Twitter, the show is set to be in Los Angeles but the venue is currently unknown.