Madonna announced on Monday after medical emergency last monthNorth American dates of “Celebration” type It will be rescheduled for the uncertain future and the tour will now start in October in Europe. The previously scheduled European dates will begin in London on 14 October and continue across mainland Europe for seven weeks before culminating with two London dates on 5 and 6 December.
European tour dates are listed below; The North American tour was scheduled to continue in Brooklyn on December 13, but the status of those dates is uncertain.
“Thank you for your positive energy, prayers and healing and words of encouragement,” the 64-year-old singer wrote on Monday. “I am well on my way to recovery and am incredibly grateful for all the blessings in my life. I am now focusing on my health and strength and I assure you, I will be back as soon as I can! The current plan is to reschedule the North American leg of the tour and start in Europe in October.” The full post appears below.
The next announcement from tour organizer Live Nation read: “Live Nation has confirmed that the first leg of The Celebration Tour in North America has been sadly delayed. Rescheduled dates will be announced as soon as possible. Fans are advised to hold their tickets as they will be valid for the new dates once announced.”
The tour was originally scheduled to start on July 15 in Vancouver and rehearsals were nearing completion, but the singer rushed to hospital According to an Instagram post by her manager, Guy Oseary, on June 24 due to an unspecified “serious bacterial infection” that caused her to spend several days in the intensive care unit.
During Oseary’s post, she stated that Madonna will “stop all commitments, including the tour,” and that her team will “share you with more details as soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour.” and for rescheduled shows.
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of Madonna’s career, the “Celebration” tour will take her to 43 cities around the world starting next year.
He was on hand to perform more than 80 shows in North America and Europe, including Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, London, Barcelona and Paris. According to his announcement in January, the march was “[highlight] unmatched catalog of music from the last 40 years, “at the same time”[paying] With homage to the city of New York, where his musical career began.”
14-18 October London O2 Arena
21-23 October Antwerp Sportpaleis
25-26 October Copenhagen Royal Arena
28 October StockholmTele2 Arena
1-2 November Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
6-7 November Lisbon Altice Arena
12-13 November Paris Accor Arena
15-16 November Cologne Lanxess Arena
19-20 November Paris Accor Arena
23/25 November Milan Mediolanum Forum
28-29 November Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena
1-2 December Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
5-6 December London O2 Arena