Tuesday, December 7, 2010

CONCERT REVIEW: Lady Gaga - Live At Rotterdam, Ahoy December 2010

Taking the crowd on a quest to get to the Monster's Ball, Lady Gaga leads you past dirty subways and dark forests to finally arrive at the ball itself.

She performs all her hits as well as several album tracks with a lot of energy and heart. Her live vocals are great, switching between her funky pop style and a raw, powerful voice with ease.
Lady Gaga's show is, as you'd expect, a very theatrical experience with beautiful sets, props and gorgeous, sexy outfits.

Dirty, sexy, fun and sweet; it perfectly showcases her talent and everything that makes her so special.

She's eager to interact with the crowd, making the perfectly choreographed concert seem intimate and unique.

I was surprised that she took the time to address issues like bullying and feeling like an outsider. Lady Gaga really has created a place where outsiders are welcomed with open arms and are made to feel at home.

Besides it being an extremely entertaining show, I felt inspired and touched by Gaga's openness and sincere gratitude towards her fans.

I was a fairly casual listener before I went to her show, but I've come away a devoted Little Monster.

If you get the chance, definitely go see her.

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