Madonna will play 4 London exhibits on her international tour because of “overwhelming” demand for tickets.
The Queen of Pop, 64, initially introduced she was including a second date at London’s O2 Enviornment when seats went on sale on Friday (20.01.23), with followers complaining they had been combating to safe a ticket, and one saying it was like an “Olympic sport”.
She has now mentioned a 3rd and fourth present can be carried out on the 20,000 capability venue, the place she is ready to look on October 14, 15, 17 and 18.
Madonna added: “I’m excited to discover as many songs as potential in hopes to provide my followers the present they’ve been ready for.”
A press launch acknowledged her ‘Madonna: The Celebration Tour’ will take followers on her creative journey via 4 many years and pay homage to the town of New York the place her profession in music started 40 years in the past.
Madonna is ready to carry it to 35 cities, with the gigs kicking off in Vancouver in Canada on 15 July and persevering with throughout North America.
The singer – born Madonna Louise Ciccone – will then cross to Europe, the place she is going to carry out in 11 cities this autumn.
Earlier than the additional dates had been added she was scheduled to solely play London’s O2 on 14 October, as a part of a European leg that can see her carry out in Barcelona, Paris and Stockholm.
She is because of end the tour on the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on 1 December.
Billed as a “one-of-a-kind expertise”, the tour will characteristic Bob the Drag Queen – actual title Caldwell Tidicue – as a particular visitor on all dates.
Madonna introduced the worldwide tour on Tuesday (17.01.23) by posting a black and white video that featured DJ Diplo, actor Jack Black and rapper Lil Wayne, and ended with comic Amy Schumer daring the singer to go on tour.
It’s the first time Madonna has toured since 2019, when she carried out throughout America and Europe mark her ‘Madame X’ album.
Information of the additional tour dates got here as Mail On-line reported Madonna followers are outraged some tickets for the tour, which marks her fortieth anniversary as a singer, are being offered for practically £3,000 every.
The singer has additionally provoked controversy with a brand new religious-inspired photoshoot for Vainness Honest, which has been described as “blasphemy” because it features a picture of Madonna taking the place of Jesus in a recreation of the Final Supper, surrounded by 12 of her “disciples”.