Confessions Tour - Schedule


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North America


May 21
May 23
May 24
USLos Angeles, CA
  • Venue: The Forum
  • Attendance: 40,044 / 40,044
  • Revenue: $7,686,380

  • May 27
    May 28
    US Las Vegas, NV
  • Venue: MGM Grand Garden Arena
  • Attendance: 27,528 / 27,528
  • Revenue: $7,257,750

  • May 30
    May 31
    US San Jose, CA
  • Venue: HP Pavilion
  • Attendance: 27,024 / 27,024
  • Revenue: $4,761,555

  • June 3
    US Los Angeles, CA
  • Venue: Staples Center
  • Attendance: 14,158 / 14,158
  • Revenue: $2,804,583

  • June 5
    June 6
    US Fresno, CA
  • Venue: Save Mart Center
  • Attendance: 20,154 / 20,154
  • Revenue: $3,749,800

  • June 8
    June 10
    US Phoenix, AZ
  • Venue: Glendale Arena
  • Attendance: 28,820 / 28,820
  • Revenue: $4,890,090

  • June 14
    June 15
    June 18
    June 19
    US Chicago, IL
  • Venue: United Center
  • Attendance: 52,000 / 52,000
  • Revenue: $9,271,790

  • June 21
    June 22
    Canada Montreal, Canada
  • Venue: Bell Centre
  • Attendance: 34,940 / 34,940
  • Revenue: $5,670,150

  • June 25
    June 26
    US Hartford, CT
  • Venue: Civic Centre
  • Attendance: 21,558 / 21,558
  • Revenue: $3,451,235

  • June 28
    June 29
    July 2
    July 3
    US New York City, NY
  • Venue: Madison Square Garden
  • Attendance: 91,841 / 91,841
  • Revenue: $16,507,855

  • July 6
    July 9
    July 10
    US Boston, MA
  • Venue: TD Banknorth Garden
  • Attendance: 36,741 / 36,741
  • Revenue: $6,337,115

  • July 12
    July 13
    US Philadelphia, PA
  • Venue: Wachovia Center
  • Attendance: 29,749 / 29,749
  • Revenue: $4,639,775

  • July 16
    US Atlantic City, NJ
  • Venue: Boardwalk Hall
  • Attendance: 12,322 / 12,322
  • Revenue: $3,246,100

  • July 18
    July 19
    US New York City, NY
  • Venue: Madison Square Garden
  • Attendance: see above
  • Revenue: see above

  • July 22
    July 23
    US Miami, FL
  • Venue: American Airlines Arena
  • Attendance: 30,410 / 30,410
  • Revenue: $5,568,485


  • Europe


    July 30
    UKCardiff, UK
  • Venue: Millenium Stadium
  • Opening act: Paul Oakenfold
  • Attendance: 55,795 / 55,795
  • Revenue: $7,788,845

  • Aug. 1
    Aug. 3
    UKLondon, UK
  • Venue: Wembley Arena
  • Attendance: 86,061 / 86,061
  • Revenue: $22,090,582

  • Aug. 6
    ItalyRome, Italy
  • Venue: Stadio Olimpico
  • Opening act: Paul Oakenfold
  • Attendance: 63,054 / 63,054
  • Revenue: $5,268,886

  • Aug. 9
    Aug. 10
    Aug. 12
    Aug. 13
    Aug. 15
    Aug. 16

    UKLondon, UK
  • Venue: Wembley Arena
  • Attendance: see above
  • Revenue: see above

  • Aug. 20
    GermanyDusseldorf, Germany
  • Venue: LTU Arena
  • Opening act: Paul Oakenfold
  • Attendance: 44,744 / 44,744
  • Revenue: $5,926,105

  • Aug. 22
    GermanyHannover, Germany
  • Venue: AWD-Arena
  • Opening act: Paul Oakenfold
  • Attendance: 39,871 / 39,871
  • Revenue: $5,218,985

  • Aug. 24
    DenmarkHorsens, Denmark
  • Venue: Forum Horsens Arena
  • Opening act: Paul Oakenfold
  • Attendance: 85,232 / 85,232
  • Revenue: $11,435,199

  • Aug. 27
    Aug. 28
    Aug. 30
    Aug. 31
    FranceParis, France
  • Venue: Palais Omnisports de Bercy
  • Opening act (respectively): Bob Sinclar, David Guetta, Jean French, DJ Dimitri
  • Attendance: 67,758 / 67,758
  • Revenue: $9,145,832

  • Sep. 3
    Sep. 4
    The NetherlandsAmsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Venue: ArenA
  • Opening act: Paul Oakenfold
  • Attendance: 102,330 / 102,330
  • Revenue: $11,783,254

  • Sep. 6
    Sep. 7
    Czech RepublicPrague, Czech Republic
  • Venue: Sazka Arena
  • Attendance: 37,666 / 38,342
  • Revenue: $5,861,668

  • Sep. 12
    RussiaMoscow, Russia
  • Venue: Luzhniki Stadium
  • Attendance: 37,939 / 37,939
  • Revenue: $5,548,998


  • Asia


    Sep. 16
    Sep. 17
    JapanOsaka, Japan
  • Venue: Kyocera Dome
  • Attendance: 50,623 / 50,623
  • Revenue: $7,379,553

  • Sep. 20
    Sep. 21
    JapanTokyo, Japan
  • Venue: Tokyo Dome
  • Attendance: 71,231 / 71,231
  • Revenue: $11,463,877


  • TOTALS
  • Shows: 60
  • Attendance: 1,209,593 / 1,210,269
  • Revenue: $194,754,447


  • Remarks

    The crucifixion scene caused a lot of controversy, especially in Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Czech Republic and Russia, where religious conservativists tried to ban the show. When the concert was broadcast on NBC in November, Madonna was not shown during the performance until she came down from the cross. In addition, the concert special featured several other editing, including the omission of Drowned WorldParadise & Lucky Star.

    The concert in Moscow was originally planned at the Moscow University on September 11th. Because this venue raised some security issues, the show was moved to the Luzhniki Stadium on September 12th.

    Months before the tour, Madonna had promised that if she'd tour Japan, she'd also tour Australia. As the tour got planned, Japan was included, but Australia wasn't. For this, Madonna posted an official apology on her website.

    The August 13th, 15th & 16th shows in London were recorded for the tv special (directed by Jonas Akerlund), which was released on DVD in January 2007. A live CD accompanied the release with 13 tracks.

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