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Lady Gaga And Tony Bennett To Perform Together At Hollywood Bowl
If you were one of the ones who weren't lucky enough to score tickets to the sold-out Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett show at the Wiltern next February, here's your chance to see them—at the Hollywood Bowl on May 30, 2015.
Live Nation added two shows to the duo's lineup, with one performance in Los Angeles and one in New York. Tickets will go on sale at Ticketmaster on Nov. 3.
Gaga and Bennett will be performing tracks from their collaborative jazz standards album Cheek to Cheek, which was released last month. The songs includes collaborations and solo offerings from the two, covering songs from Duke Ellington, Jimmy Van Heusen and others.
According to Live Nation, "Both artists will be accompanied by a full orchestra along with each artist's jazz ensembles who will also serve as special guests for the evening."
If you want a taste of what it's like to see Gaga and the 88-year-old Bennett on stage together, check out this video of them singing Cole Porter's "Anything Goes":
Tickets for the Hollywood Bowl performance go on sale at 10 a.m. on Nov. 3 at www.ticketmaster.com, the Hollywood Bowl box office, and 1-800-745-3000.
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