They asked for it!
Madonna He stirred up social networks on the morning of Tuesday, January 17, by announcing that this year he will have a world tour called “Celebration Tour”, in which he will visit dozens of cities and countries. This, on the occasion of his 40-year musical career. It should be noted that, weeks prior to the official statement, the singer’s fans began to speculate about this fact, news that was already confirmed by the interpreter herself.
“I’m excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they’ve been waiting for,” said the international artist.
When will the “Celebration Tour” start?
During the next few months,
Madonna will perform on stages in North America and Europe. According to the information released, the “Celebration Tour” will begin on July 15, 2023 with a concert in the city of Vancouver, Canada. Likewise, it is estimated that the world tour will end, according to the schedule, on December 1 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Madonna has positioned countless songs at the top of the world charts. Photo: composition by Gerson Cardoso / La República / the 40s
In which countries will it be presented?
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Madonna will be divided into two stages. In the first part, he will visit cities in the United States and Canada, while in the second part he will travel through Europe. Below is the complete list of places where he will offer concerts: United States and Canada July 15: Vancouver, Canada – Rogers Arena July 18: Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena July 22: Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Center July 25: Denver, CO – Ball Arena July 27: Tulsa, OK – BOK Center July 30: St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center August 2: Cleveland, OH – Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse August 5: Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena August 7: Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena August 9: Chicago, IL – United Center August 13: Toronto, Canada – Scotiabank Arena August 19: Montreal, Canada – Center Bell August 23: New York – Madison Square Garden August 24: New York – Madison Square Garden August 30: Boston, MA – TD Garden September 2: Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena September 5: Atlanta–State Farm Arena September 7: Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena September 9: Miami – Miami-Dade Arena September 13: Houston–Toyota Center September 18: Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center September 21: Austin, TX – Moody Center ATX September 27: Los Angeles – Crypto.com Arena October 4: San Francisco, CA – Chase Center October 7: Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena. Europe October 14: London, UK – The O2 October 21: Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis October 25: Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena October 28: Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 November 1: Barcelona, Spain – Palau Sant Jordi November 6: Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena November 12: Paris, France – Accor Arena November 13: Paris, France – Accor Arena November 15: Cologne, Germany – Lanxess Arena November 23: Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum November 28: Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena December 1: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome.