ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) – One of the country’s top performers is hitting St. Paul Wednesday night, and fans are coming early to make sure the best seat in the house is claimed.READ MORE: 'We Don't Have To Do It': Mask Mandate Confusion Abound In Twin Cities
Pop star Lady Gaga will be at Xcel Energy Center Wednesday night, and fans with general admission tickets could line up at 8 a.m. to get their spots. It’s Lady Gaga’s third appearance there as her previous two shows quickly sold out.
About 50 to 75 fans lined up as early as 5 a.m. Wednesday for her “Monster Pit,” a special spot where only the biggest of fans can take in the show.READ MORE: Police Reform A Major Sticking Point As Legislative Session Nears Its End
Lady Gaga’s “Born Brave Bus” is also on tour, which is providing resources and information on mentoring, bullying and suicide prevention.
Watch the video reports for all the details.MORE NEWS: Minnesota Weather: 80-Degree High Expected Monday; Summery And Damp Week Ahead