Madonna’s Celebration Tour: Commemorating 40 Years of Music

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Exciting news! Madonna is set to hit the road again with her Celebration Tour. Live Nation recently confirmed the updated tour dates after the Queen of Pop announced her plans to start the tour in Europe this October. The tour will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Madonna’s debut album and will kick off in London.

The North American dates are being rescheduled and will begin on December 13 in Brooklyn. While some shows had to be canceled due to scheduling conflicts, she is dedicated to making it up to her fans in the affected markets in the future. The tour will conclude in Mexico in April 2024.

Madonna'S Celebration Tour: Commemorating 40 Years Of Music
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Ticket Information for Rescheduled Madonna Tour Dates

Several shows had to be canceled and will be refunded, including those initially planned for July 27 in Tulsa, December 22 in Nashville, January 15 in San Francisco, January 18 in Las Vegas, and January 20 in Phoenix.

Starting from August 29, people holding tickets for the original August 27 show at Madison Square Garden in New York will have the opportunity to buy tickets for the newly scheduled December 16 show at the Barclays Center before the general public sale on September 1. Similarly, ticket holders for the previously scheduled Los Angeles show dates can purchase tickets for the new dates starting September 1, ahead of the general public sale on September 5.

For the affected New York and Los Angeles shows, Ticketmaster will provide a dedicated link and a unique code based on the quality of the previous seat locations, allowing fans to purchase tickets for their specific rescheduled event, as per Live Nation’s announcement.

Madonna'S Celebration Tour: Commemorating 40 Years Of Music
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Madonna’s Recovery and Rescheduled Tour Dates

Following Madonna’s hospitalization in June due to a severe bacterial infection, her original tour dates had to be postponed. Her manager Guy Oseary confirmed the infection in a June 28 Instagram post, mentioning her stay in the ICU and assuring that her health was improving. Madonna’s recovery required a pause on all commitments, including the tour. After Madonna returned home and continued recovering, she announced on August 5 that new tour dates were forthcoming.

She expressed gratitude for fans’ support and patience during the past weeks. Madonna’s remarkable career is also being celebrated in the PEOPLE Special Edition Madonna The Queen of Pop.

Nikhat Parveen
Nikhat Parveen
Nikhat Parveen is a Literature Enthusiast. She is Currently Pursuing her Bachelor's Degree in English Literature from the University of Delhi, India. She holds the position of Entertainment Writer at AWSMONE and also is a Published Poet. She has been working as a Content Writer and Interviewer for the past 3 years and as an Honorary Reporter.

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