For her 2023 “Celebration Tour,” Madonna has announced a sixth London performance; tickets are available online.
The pop legend will tour this summer for 35+ dates to celebrate her 40 years in music, as it was announced last week.
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In a recent statement, Madonna said, “I am delighted to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they have been waiting for.
The celebrity initially announced a single performance at The O2 in London on October 14 as the only UK date of the tour. But she later added three more nights at the same location (October 15, 17, 18).
Madonna announced information about an additional event in the nation’s capital today (January 26). After a string of headlining performances across Europe, the singer will be making a return to The O2 on Tuesday, December 5.
According to a press release, “sensational demand” has resulted in the sale of more than 600,000 tickets for the “Celebration Tour” thus far. Last week, 23 additional dates were added across North America and Europe.
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General sales for the recently announced sixth London performance begin tomorrow at 9am GMT (January 27). You may purchase yours right here.
In addition to paying tribute to the city of New York, where Madonna’s musical career got its start, the next tour will take viewers on the artist’s four-decade artistic journey. All concerts feature Bob The Drag Queen (real name Caldwell Tidicue) as a special guest opening act.
Fans shared their feelings on social media after the initial sale as they tried to get tickets.
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