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March 17, 2009 Wonder Ballroom Portland Oregon Lady Gaga Poster
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Lady Gaga is a queen. Of all the strange props, strained looking clothing as well as sex scenes that baffled and intrigued me at her concert Wednesday night, I left her show confident with that conclusion.
She dominated the US Airways Center by transforming it into her very ownsci-fi fortress that housed an extraterrestrial fairytale cast including a unicorn, Black Jesus and Mother Monster.
The French electronic musician and producer who has worked with Gaga on her greatly anticipated album, ARTPOP, is only 18 years old but was able to excite an eager audience with his big build ups and perfectly planned drops that any fan of electro music could appreciate. Even fans ravenous for Gaga had their arms above their heads and feet off the ground as they got pumped for the main event.
As the protagonist of the Born This Way Ball, claiming to be neither alien nor human, Gaga finally emerged from behind the curtains after the crowd chanted her name and demanded her on stage.
The lights in the arena went out, and that’s when everyone knew. Screaming fans and flashes of neon were all my senses could take in at that moment until purple beams emerged from a structure revealed to be a castle. Fog crept from the floors of the donut-shaped walkway attached to the stage. As you can imagine, if you know anything about Lady Gaga fans– which I’m sure you do– the screeches and chanting maddened as she entered our presence atop a metal unicorn accompanied by her army of dancers for the introductory song, “Highway Unicorn (Road to Love).”.
Mother Monster glided from the ceiling every few songs in the form of Gaga’s face locked inside an industrial, diamond shaped cage. It spoke as the narrator for the show, explaining key concepts and guiding the audience through what could be a hard to follow plot. There was so much to look at and pay attention to, including Gaga’s wonderful backside that she flashed on the jumbo screens more than twice, so the little bit of structure provided by the face in the diamond was quite helpful.
The face explained a new race was to be born. The castle opened up and there was a giant, inflatable pregnant Gaga belly, ready to give birth to, well, herself. As expected, her major hit “Born This Way” began playing and the crowd ate it up.
Gaga took time between almost every song to interact with the audience, preaching about “not giving a f \* ck about what anyone else thinks,” because as long as we know who we are, that’s all that matters. She is an advocate for LGBTQ rights and promotes acceptance and tolerance through her Regeneration Campaign.
You better believe Gaga did not let us forget that last night. She reminded the audience that we are all united by music and asked fans to put their hands up in love for one another.
Gaga and Virgin Mobile donated $ 5,000 to an LGBTQ home in Arizona as a way to fight against discrimination and homelessness.
With the Born This Way Ball being Gaga’s third concert tour, after The Fame and The Fame Monster, everyone was able to reminisce for a while during “Fashion of His Love,” as the second level of the castle turned into a French boudoir filled with some of her former costumes, including her Kermit the Frog dress and the blonde wig she used to sport when no one could get “Just Dance” out of their head.
You know you’re gonna go home loving a concert when the artist plays some throwback hits, and Gaga did just that. By including tracks “Bad Romance,” “Alejandro” and “Paparazzi,” fans remember the first time they heard Gaga and fall in love all over again.
She took a break form strutting around the stage to sit down at her medieval, spike and concrete covered piano to belt out “You and I” and other songs that show off her powerful vocals. She dedicated several of these ballads to the gay fans, screaming through the mic for everyone to “be brave enough to accept ourselves.”.
The story of Mother Monster and Lady Gaga ended with “The Edge of Glory” and “Marry the Night,” two of the most popular songs from the album. She was draped in a kimono-inspired boxing robe, hood over her head and black leather boots adorned with gold spikes when she took the audience back five years to when she was a waitress in New York City watching the Rocky movies and learning to take a hit. Every “no” made her stronger, every laugh in her face thickened her skin and molded her into the star she is today.
Gaga truly is a pop sensation and deserves every bit of credit and fame that she has today. Everyone from floor to ceiling was on his or her feet with both paws up, singing and dancing all the words along with Gaga. Lady Gaga is a queen.
As you can imagine, if you know anything about Lady Gaga fans– which I’m sure you do– the screeches and chanting maddened as she entered our presence atop a metal unicorn accompanied by her army of dancers for the introductory song, “Highway Unicorn (Road to Love).”.
Mother Monster glided from the ceiling every few songs in the form of Gaga’s face locked inside an industrial, diamond shaped cage. There was so much to look at and pay attention to, including Gaga’s wonderful backside that she flashed on the jumbo screens more than twice, so the little bit of structure provided by the face in the diamond was quite helpful.
The story of Mother Monster and Lady Gaga ended with “The Edge of Glory” and “Marry the Night,” two of the most popular songs from the album. Lady Gaga is a queen.
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