Lady Gaga’s Born Brave Bus Will Go On…Without Her

Photo: (Kevin Casey - Wire Image)

Photo: (Kevin Casey, Wire Image)

Lady Gaga may be sidelined from her Born This Way Tour due to a hip injury, but that doesn’t mean the Born Brave Bus is going to the big parking lot in the sky. 

While she’s recuperating in that fantastic gold-plated wheelchair, Gaga’s Born Brave Bus will embark on a four-city tour beginning on March 16 in Philadelphia. The bus will arrive in Washington, DC on March 19, New York City on March 23, and Chicago on March 27. The lucky fans who get to visit the bus will be treated to free food, live performances, and fun activities.

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Photo: The Born Brave Bus in Tacoma, WA. (Kevin Casey, Wire Image)

For those little monsters who have been living under a rock and don’t know, the Born Brave Bus tour is an effort on behalf of Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation to inspire bravery and promote self-acceptance among young people.

As BTWF Co-Founder and President (and Gaga’s mom) Cynthia Germanotta explains, “It is important to her (Gaga) that the Born Brave Bus lives on…The bus has already impacted thousands of young people and, with the support of our partner organizations, this incredible resource will continue to help guide the large youth populations of Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., New York and Chicago towards local support in their communities.”

Although we’re sure Gaga is devastated she can’t go on tour with the bus, we know she’d be proud of the Born Brave Bus. For the fans in the four cities the bus is visiting, have enough fun for all of us! You can find more information on the tour here.

For those of you who can’t make it to the tour stops, keep your paws up! You can participate in a virtual tour here.

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