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Make way for the Queen: Madonna embarks on her 40th tour and countries already confirmed

Attention Queen of Pop fans! Here’s everything we know about Madonna’s 40th anniversary tour so you can bookmark the dates and enjoy the shows.

Madonna is ready to throw the house out the window for the 40th anniversary of her artistic career, and she surprised everyone by announcing a tour that includes lots of venues. Here we tell you everything we know about Madonna’s 40th anniversary tour so you can stay tuned and prepare to celebrate with her in a big way.

Madonna embarks on her 40th tour and countries already confirmed

In any case, Madonna has already celebrated 40 years of surprising the public with her musical talent, her presence and her work on stage, and as many of her fans have already been waiting for, the Queen of Pop has taken the fourth floor. decided to celebrate his career with a tour that features over 30 locations and dates, as reported by Variety.

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Unfortunately, neither Mexico nor any countries in Latin America were included in the tour, although there are many locations in the south of the United States that many of us can travel to to see Queen at her most spectacular shows. One can be promised. date..

“Madonna: The Celebration Tour” is the name of the tour, announced this Tuesday with a clip that nods to the film that premiered in the ’90s: “Madonna: Truth or Dare,” for which the singer enlisted the support of Judd Artists such as Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Diplo, Kate Berlant, Bob the Drag Queen and Amy Schumer.

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Until July 15, Madonna will tour almost the entire United States, parts of Canada, and several European cities to dance with her “subjects” and sing many of her most iconic songs from her 40-year career; In fact, it was said in the official announcement that he would be doing a tribute of sorts to New York in the show, since that’s where his artistic career began.

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Live Nation will be the producers of this world tour, which will begin on July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada, and then stop in the United States in cities such as Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago, and of course New York. ,

Afterwards, he will travel to Europe to perform in Barcelona, ​​Stockholm, London and Paris, being Amsterdam in the Netherlands, the final point of the tour with a show scheduled for December 1 this year.

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“I’m excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans that show,” Madonna said in an official announcement posted on her social media.

It has been confirmed that Bob the Drag Queen, whose real name is Caldwell Tidikue, will be the special guest at all of Queen’s concerts, although the singer may decide to throw more surprises with other guest stars.

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Dates and Ticket Purchase for “Madonna: The Celebration Tour”

Starting the morning of next Friday, January 20, tickets for the tour will go on sale via the site, although Citibank cardholders will be able to access pre-sale purchases starting this Tuesday afternoon (at 2:00 p.m. ET). Will be able to do. Eastern Time) and thanks to the City Entertainment program until Thursday, January 19 (6:00 p.m. Eastern Time).

However, all members of the Official Madonna Fan Club will be able to pre-sell tickets starting this Tuesday at 12:00 PM Eastern in the United States, and January 18 at 5:00 PM US Eastern for all North American shows. Will be till

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On the other hand, if they want to buy tickets to Europe, they will only have the opportunity to do so on January 18 from 10:00 a.m. in Central Europe until 6:00 p.m. in Central Europe.

The confirmed dates of the tour are as follows:

Saturday, July 15: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – Rogers Arena

Tuesday, July 18: Seattle, Washington DC, USA – Climate Pledge Arena

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Saturday, July 22: Phoenix, Arizona, United States – Footprint Center

Tuesday, July 25: Denver, Colorado, United States – Ball Arena

Thursday, July 27: Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States – BOK Center

Sunday, July 30: St. Paul, Minnesota, United States – Excel Energy Center

Wednesday, August 2: Cleveland, Ohio, United States – Rocket Hostage Fieldhouse

Saturday, August 5: Detroit, Michigan, USA – Little Caesars Arena

Monday, August 7: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States – PPG Paints Arena

Wednesday, August 9: Chicago, Illinois, United States – United Center

Sunday, August 13: Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Scotiabank Arena

Saturday, August 19: Montreal, Quebec, Canada – Center Bell

Wednesday, August 23: New York, New York, United States – Madison Square Garden

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Thursday, August 24: New York, New York, United States – Madison Square Garden

Wednesday, August 30: Boston, Massachusetts, United States – TD Garden

Saturday, September 2: Washington, DC, USA – Capital One Arena

Tuesday, September 5: Atlanta, Georgia, United States – State Farm Arena

Thursday, September 7: Tampa, Florida, USA – Amalie Arena

Saturday, September 9: Miami, Florida, United States – Miami-Dade Arena

Wednesday, September 13: Houston, Texas, United States – Toyota Center

Monday, September 18: Dallas, Texas, United States – American Airlines Center

Thursday, September 21: Austin, Texas, USA – Moody Center ATX

Wednesday, September 27: Los Angeles, California, United States – Arena

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Wednesday, October 4: San Francisco, California, United States – Chase Center

Saturday, October 7: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States – T-Mobile Arena

Saturday October 14: London, UK – The O2

Saturday 21 October: Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis

Wednesday October 25: Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena

Saturday 28 October: Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2

Wednesday 1 November: Barcelona, ​​Spain – Palau Sant Jordi

Monday, November 6: Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena

Sunday, November 12: Paris, France – Accor Arena

Monday, November 13: Paris, France – Accor Arena

Wednesday, November 15: Cologne, Germany – LANXESS Arena

Thursday, 23 November: Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum

Tuesday, November 28: Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena

Friday, December 1: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome

What date and location will you be signing up for to enjoy how Madonna goes on tour for her 40th birthday? Share your comments with us through our digital channels.

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