Lady Gaga Will 'Never Forget' Chromatica Ball Tour as She Unveils Trailer for Upcoming Max Concert Special

"I'm so excited that we can finally share The Chromatica Ball film with the world," said the Grammy winner alongside the concert special announcement

Are you ready to return to Chromatica with Lady Gaga?

On Wednesday, May 8, the Grammy-winning superstar unveiled the trailer and release date for her long-awaited HBO Original concert special, Gaga Chromatica Ball, chronicling her 2022 stadium tour in support of her 2020 album, Chromatica.

Produced, directed and created by Gaga, the upcoming feature is a taped version of the Chromatica Ball concert at the 52,000-capacity Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Sept. 10, 2022. The setlist includes classic hits from "Just Dance," "Poker Face" and "Born This Way" to more recent songs like "Shallow" and "Stupid Love."

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<p>HBO</p> 'Gaga Chromatica Ball' Film Poster


'Gaga Chromatica Ball' Film Poster

Alongside the trailer reveal, the "Rain on Me" singer, 38, posted to social media with a lengthy note about the film, which will become available to stream via Max on May 25. "I’m so excited that we can finally share The Chromatica Ball film with the world," she began.

"This film chronicles a time of immense creativity…the fashion, the dance, the music," Gaga wrote. "Revisiting the tour leaves me speechless the way we had each other — you all showed up for music and art in a big way, and with a level of excitement and freedom that I will never forget. Stadium after stadium. Sold out crowds. The deafening singalongs."

"Chromatica was colorful revenge. The chaos of it all became pure energy and life. With a texture best experienced live," continued Gaga, before quoting lyrics from the Chromatica track "Babylon": "Strut it out, walk a mile / Serve it ancient city style."

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Kevin Mazur/Getty Lady Gaga performing in Stockholm in July 2022
Kevin Mazur/Getty Lady Gaga performing in Stockholm in July 2022

The Joker: Folie à Deux star added, "Self-acceptance is a theme that cuts through all my songs. I believe it is always possible to dig deep and find your greatness. Self-discovery is an art. Self-love is a practice."

Gaga then turned her attention to the fans, concluding, "I love you monsters more than I can say. See yourself in every vocal, every fabric choice, the choreography, every image… Here’s the truth—no matter where life or my career has taken me, my time with you always is a path back to a very powerful part of myself. In a stadium filled with YOU it came to life. Thank you for that feeling. I hope you will feel seen when you watch this film. And know that I edited it carefully to honor you."

Chromatica was released in May 2020 and spawned No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Stupid Love" and "Rain on Me" featuring Ariana Grande, the latter of which earned a Grammy Award for best pop duo/group performance the following year. The Chromatica Ball tour spanned 20 shows across Asia, North America and Europe from July 2022 through September 2022.

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