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Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball Makes Way to BOK Center

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Tickets to Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball Tour go on sale Friday morning.

Following overwhelming national sales, 5-time Grammy Award winner Lady Gaga will be coming to the BOK Center on March 20th.

The tickets will be available online or at the Arby's Box Office at 10 a.m.  The prices range from $51.50 to $177.

Pollstar's 2012 Mid Year report ranks the Born This Way Ball as the top grossing tour by any female artist worldwide this year.

About the show, the Hong Kong Daily News wrote, "Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball is effortlessly brilliant in both the visual and musical sense." The Seoul Daily said that with her "splendid and unprecedented stage, she is the absolute queen of pop!"

The UK's Daily Telegraph called the Ball "quite spectacular," while affirming that "Lady Gaga occupies pole position as the 21st century's ultimate pop star."

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