The Celebration Tour will kick off with 4 dates at the London O2 Arena in October 2023. Tour stops in another 10 European cities will follow until early December.
The North American leg of the tour was originally planned for the summer of 2023, but due to health issues, these dates were all rescheduled between December 2023 and April 2024. The final date is set for April 24 at the Palacio De Los Deportes in Mexico City.
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.
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. Music producer Stuart Price makes his comeback for the first time since the Confessions Tour. Choreographer Damien Jalet, who previously worked on the Madame X Tour, revealed he's again collaborating with Madonna. Marvin Gofin will be again among the dancers.