After wowing the crowds Sunday at the Super Bowl, Lady Gaga announced her world tour, with a stop in San Francisco planned for this summer.
The super star is playing at AT&T Park on Aug. 13, and in Sacramento two days later. Tickets go on sale Feb. 13.
The tour actually kicks off Aug. 1 in Vancouver, and ends Nov. 20 in Pittsburgh.
During the Super Bowl, Lady Gaga's halftime was a showstopper with drones, acrobatics and fireworks. But she did not use it as a political condemnation of President Donald Trump. Instead, she celebrated "inclusion" and the "spirit of equality" during a time of national division.
She opened her performance singing "God Bless America" on top of Reliant Stadium as red, white and blue stars above took the form of the American flag.
"One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all," Gaga said, before breaking into a litany of her hits. The performance included practically every staple in her catalog, including "Born This Way," "Bad Romance," "Telephone," "Just Dance" and more.
At the end of her set she literally dropped the mic and leapt from view as fireworks erupted from the stadium.