In the midst of protests in the United States trying to pass transphobic and anti-LGBTQ+ laws, the Queen of Pop has modified her “Celebration” tour for dissidents.
On Monday, Madonna announced that she will visit more than 7 cities for her US concerts, which will begin in July in Vancouver.
In that statement, the singer declared: “The vilification of the LGBTQ+ community is not only unacceptable and inhumane. The United States is a dangerous place for our vulnerable citizens, especially women of color.”
Two of the most radical and restrictive anti-trans and anti-trans laws in the country were passed in Tennessee earlier this month. In which Republican Governor Bill Lee signed a bill to restrict public demonstrations. It became the first state to implement this policy.
The law limits “adult cabaret shows” in public places to “protect them from the view of children.” They also took care of the minors on the same day.
After this Madonna described the laws as “grounded and pathetic supposed laws to protect children”. For this reason, he decided to include Nashville among his concerts: “We will see each other from the stage in Nashville, where we will celebrate the beauty that is the Queer community,” wrote the singer.
The Celebration Tour, as well as the greatest hits tour, will feature a “one-of-a-kind experience” with Bob the Drag Queen, the winner of the eighth season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
The tour will play Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on December 22, with other important concerts through the end of January 2014.
The “Celebration Tour” will mark the 4th year of the Queen of Pop’s career. a. Madonna will perform the greatest hits of her career, with songs from 14 albums in her repertoire, from the 1983 album with the same name to the last album released in 2019 “Madonna X”.
The World Tour will pass through 35 cities, starting in North America in Vancouver, and going through cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, and through 19 more cities in the United States and Canada. in Europe in countries like Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium and Britain.