Lady Gaga tour invites youth to "Born Brave Bus" in 21 cities

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Note from the Born This Way Foundation:
Born This Way Foundation fans, we have some difficult news. Lady Gaga’s doctors have ordered her to postpone her performances in Chicago, Detroit, and Hamilton. Unfortunately, the Born Brave Bus tour is postponing its stops in Chicago and Detroit as well.

No one is more disappointed by the news than Lady Gaga, and she has a message for you:

I am completely devastated and heartsick. I’ve been hiding this injury and pain from my staff for a month, praying it would heal, but after last night’s performance I could not walk. To the fans in Chicago, Detroit and Hamilton, I hope you can forgive me as it is nearly impossible for me to forgive myself right now. I would do anything for you. I will hopefully heal as soon as possible and be at 500% again, which is what you deserve.

But now is when we really need you. If you were going to attend the bus tour in Chicago or Detroit, you are now an even BIGGER part of our efforts to build kindness and bravery in your communities. Check out the Virtual Bus Tour to find out how you can do it!

As Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Ball tour continues through the United States, so does the Born Brave Bus Tour.  Mental health professionals from National Council for Behavioral Health (National Council) member organizations and from the National Association of School Psychologists volunteer at the events in each city, offering activities and resources that recognize the importance of mental health and encourage seeking help when needed.

The group says the bus welcomes all ages, but is geared toward those ages 13 to 25.   The message behind the bus events is for these young people to safely gather and celebrate their individuality — the person they were born to be.

So far, Linda Rosenberg, President and CEO of National Council, says that the bus tour is off to a great start.  According to a recent letter by Rosenberg, Betsy Schwartz, the National Council’s Vice President, Public Education, has led the partnership with the Born This Way Foundation and participated in the Phoenix event. Schwartz reported back saying that the volunteers are doing a “phenomenal” job engaging the young people who visit the bus, and also said that Lady Gaga glowed with excitement as she participated in this event.

The bus tour will continue throughout the country until March 20.  From 4 to 7:30 p.m. on the day of each Lady Gaga concert, The Born Brave Bus is open to the public.  The Born Brave Bus is free of charge, and participants can pre-register online or in person.

Below is a list of the upcoming stops for the Born Brave Bus Tour:

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