Lady Gaga celebrates ‘Love For Sale’ with intimate online jazz performance

Fans and shoppers across the globe are invited to hear Lady Gaga perform tracks from the new duets album with Tony Bennett

The world’s premier shopping, lifestyle and entertainment brand, Westfield, has an announced an exclusive global event with Grammy award winning artist Lady Gaga online and across its global network of flagship destinations to launch her forthcoming album with Tony Bennett, Love For Sale.

The megastar will stage a streamed performance celebrating jazz classics and her new duets album with Tony Bennett ahead of its official launch to the public on October 1st. The partnership with Westfield leverages the company’s virtual presence and physical locations to bring together fans and customers from across the globe in a one of a kind virtual-meets-physical hybrid concert.

The virtual and physical audience will hear Lady Gaga perform several new tracks from the album, either within physical Fan Zones in 21 Westfield centers across Europe and the US, including Westfield Century City in Los Angeles and Westfield Garden State Plaza in New Jersey, or online, where the experience will also unite fans with a “Watch Together” function where Gaga lovers can meet up online in groups of six in their own private room.

“I love singing jazz music, and am very excited for everyone to hear my new album with Tony Bennett, Love For Sale,” Lady Gaga shares. “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.”

Registration for exclusive access to the September 30th streamed performance is available at Live.Westfield.com, and tickets to the official Fan Zones will be available starting on September 20th via Event Brite.

All health and safety guidelines will be applied, per local ordinances.

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