Prepare for a fun-filled evening on June 30 when pop superstar Lady Gaga brings her ARTPOP Ball Tour to TD Garden in Boston. The singer will be just less than two months into her massive world tour in support of her third studio album, "ARTPOP," which was released last November and spawned popular singles like "Applause" and "Do What U Want."
TD Garden Seating Information
Perhaps as expected, this Lady Gaga concert will come equipped with the singer's own unique stage layout. As displayed on the TD Garden seating map on this page, the entire floor is General Admission only and will surround the two major catwalks that extend out from the main stage. The "B" extension is located near Sections 12-13, while "C" is closer to Sections 1 and 22.
The rest of the venue's seating will be configured in traditional fashion, though note that while any sections behind the stage will be closed off, some may still have a limited or obstructed view depending on the angle. Any listings offering such seats will be denoted as such in the ticket details. Reserved seating sections for Lady Gaga at TD Garden include the Loge Level (100), Club Level (100), and Balcony Level (300). Additionally, in between the 100 and 300 levels are individual Suites that wrap around nearly the entire stadium.
TD Garden General Information
To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience on June 30, various items will not be permitted inside for the Lady Gaga concert including bags and briefcases, outside food and beverages, weapons, and audio and video recording equipment. All guests are subject to search upon entry into TD Garden and re-entry is strictly prohibited. Generally, the use of small personal cameras without flash is allowed, though this will be at the discretion of Lady Gaga.
TD Garden Parking Information
The North Station Garage, located directly under the TD Garden with elevators to the main concourse, will likely offer the most convenient parking option for those wishing to drive to the Lady Gaga concert. You also can get to TD Garden via Commuter Rail (Points North, South, East, and West) or the Green, Red, Blue, and Orange Lines.
TD Garden Gate Times
For concerts, TD Garden usually opens an hour in advance of the event, but is subject to change.