Find out which part of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way Tour" is going on without her.
The show must go on!
Just because Lady Gaga can't complete the "Born This Way Ball" tour (get well soon, Gaga!) doesn't mean the whole setup has to be packed up and put into storage.
In fact, a big draw for Gaga's most recent tour was the "Born Brave" experience, which provided a place for fans to tailgate before concerts and was designed to establish a stronger sense of community.
When she first introduced the concept, Gaga told fans, "...it will be a fun tailgating experience for monsters to unite."
The bus itself is decorated with inspirational artwork about kindness and bravery, drawn by Gaga's own "Little Monsters."
The whole "Born This Way Bus" experience was created to take the stigma out of seeking assistance for mental health and other issues. Visitors have access to mental health services, school psychologists, volunteer opportunities and bullying and suicide prevention resources.
While the bus did have a little bit of downtime due to Gaga's recent hip surgery, it will now be hitting the road solo!
The bus kicks off its own tour on March 16 in Philadelphia, PA and will visit a number of other cities to continue to pursue Gaga's mission of building a kinder, braver world.
Entertainment will be provided by The Dirty Pearls, DJ Lady Starlight, DJ White Shadow and Breedlove NYC.
Check out this video below of Gaga introducing the bus back at the beginning of the tour, then tell us if you think "Little Monsters" will still attend the tour without Mother Monster.
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