Madonna has announced seven new U.S. tour dates, including an additional stop on her “The Celebration Tour” in Nashville.
The Nashville show is scheduled for December 22. A portion of proceeds from the show will go to trans rights organizations.
Due to overwhelming demand, in addition to Nashville, Madonna has added seven new dates to her massive global “The Celebration Tour,” adding shows in Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Palm Springs, and Sacramento, along with a second show in Phoenix and a third show in San Francisco and Las Vegas.
All new dates will take place between December 2023 and January 2024 and mark the final additional shows in North America, where Madonna will perform some of her greatest hits.
Madonna, a longtime social activist, announced that “The Celebration Tour” has sold-out over 40 shows and counting across Toronto, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and more.
The Tour will kick off on July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia. The tour will make its way to Europe, where she will perform in 11 cities throughout the fall. She will then return to the U.S. for the additional dates.
Bob the Drag Queen a.k.a. Caldwell Tidicue will be a special guest across all dates on the global tour.
Tickets for the new dates will go on sale starting with Citi and Official Fan Club presales on March 28, with the general on sale starting March 31 at 10 am local time on madonna.com
Newly Added Shows:
Mon Dec 18 2023 / Washington, DC / Capital One ArenaWed Dec 20 2023 / Philadelphia, PA / Wells Fargo CenterFri Dec 22 2023 / Nashville, TN / Bridgestone ArenaThu Jan 11 2024 / Palm Springs, CA / Acrisure ArenaSat Jan 13 2024 / Sacramento, CA / Golden 1 CenterMon Jan 15 2024 / San Francisco, CA / Chase CenterThu Jan 18, 2024 / Las Vegas, NV / MGM Grand Garden ArenaSat Jan 20, 2024 / Phoenix, AZ / Footprint Center
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