The Celebration Tour will kick off on July 15 in Vancouver and will play in 24 cities across North America, wrapping up in Las Vegas on October 8.
The tour will then move to Europe, with several dates at the London O2 Arena as from November 14. So far, 11 European cities are scheduled to follow, including Antwerp, Barcelona, Paris, Berlin, and finishing again in London on December 6.
The tour then returns to the States for 2 dates in Brooklyn mid December and 2 final dates in LA early January 2024. There's no news yet whether the tour will be extended to other territories.
On the first day of sales, the tour has sold-out 36 shows and counting across Toronto, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and more, with over 600,000 tickets sold.
Check out madonna.com/tour for ticket details.
It's the first time Madonna will hit the road without promoting a new studio album. The setlist will be entirely based on her back catalog of the past four decades. "I am excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for," Madonna says in the announcement.
Tour crew & collaborators
Madonna is working with tour producer and longtime collaborator Jamie King. Bob the Drag Queen (a.k.a. Caldwell Tidicue) will be the special guest on all dates of the tour.