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Everything You Need To Know To Pretend You Were At Lady Gaga's Silver Lake Secret Show
Are your friends bragging about somehow having gotten into Lady Gaga's secret show Thursday night at The Satellite (a.k.a. Spaceland, as it will forever and always be known to any true Angeleno, despite the club's changeover in 2011)? Well, they're probably lying. But don't worry, you too can pretend that you were among the lucky three hundred attendees on the last stop of Lady Gaga's mini "Dive Bar Tour" in support of her new album Joanne.
Here's everything you need to know to convincingly "discuss" last night's show in casual conversation with your co-workers, Tinder matches, and unborn future children:
Fans of Lady Gaga line Silver Lake Blvd looking for a glimpse of her outside her surprise show at The Satellite. Report at 11 @ABC7 pic.twitter.com/k1cwctdEWq— Jory Rand (@ABC7Jory) October 28, 2016
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