The Mother Monster will come to the capital on October 9 as part of only three UK shows in 2017.
Her fans - also known as "Little Monsters" - will want to make sure their alarms are set for the early ticket release as the pop diva is popular at the moment.
Gaga has found herself as the most talked about artist following her Super Bowl halftime show which was the second most watched in its history.
It managed to beat the football game, reaching an incredible 117.5 million viewers who tuned in to watch her perform iconic tracks including "Bad Romance" and "Just Dance".
Since the show the outlandish singer has become one of the most talked about artists in the world, also dropping a new music video and announcing a tour and a Grammy performance.
So Gaga's latest touring spectacular looks like it's going to be one of the most sought after tickets of 2017 - and the sold out presales confirm that.
When do tickets go on sale?
General sale tickets for her UK dates will be available from 9am on Friday February 10.
Where can I get tickets?
How much are tickets?
At the O2 Arena seated tickets are priced between £47.55-£133.75 and standing is £63.75, plus booking fee.
What will the setlist be?
Well it's been a couple of years since the singer was on tour and she's released two albums since then including latest country-infused Joanne.
Her 15-minute Super Bowl gig was a nod to her classics so you can expect her to not miss out all of the most loved hits this time round.
The following songs were performed during the half time show:
- God Bless America / This Land Is Your Land
- Edge of Glory/Love Game clips
- Poker Face
- Born This Way
- Just Dance
- Million Reasons
- Bad Romance
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