“Excited to explore as many songs as possible,” the singer stated; first show will be in july
The singer Madonna announced this Tuesday, August 17 through social networks that he will be going on tour to celebrate his 40-year career. As published by Varietycalled the tour The party tour “will highlight the singer’s unparalleled catalog of songs” and will “respect the city of New York”, where the artist’s career in music began. The global tour, produced by Live Nation, will visit 35 cities and kicks off July 15 in North America. The first show will be held in Vancouver, Canada, and will then travel to the United States, via Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami and Los Angeles. After these performances, Madonna will leave for Europe, where she will visit 11 cities, including London, Barcelona, Paris and Stockholm. THE tour will end in Amsterdam in the month of December. “I’m excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they’ve been waiting for,” said the artist, who has built a true legacy in pop music. THE Brazil it is not on the list of confirmed shows, like every country in South America, but the expectations of the Brazilian fans that Madonna will extend the tour and come by here are high. “Starting prayer chains for Madonna to include Brazil in the greatest hits tour”said one person on Twitter. “Seriously, if Madonna comes to Brazil with this tour of the stadium I’m selling my belongings, I’m selling cake in college, I don’t know but I have to go,” another wrote. “Madonna, please come to Brazil,” another asked.
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