Madonna is very clear about how she wants to end The Celebration World Tour

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There will definitely be 80 performances that Madonna will make The Celebration World Tour, the tour with which he celebrates his 40th anniversary as an artist. Because the Queen of Pop was very clear about how she wanted to end this celebration of her career, but her unconditional fans have ‘forced’ her to make a final decision: add one more date to round out the number of shows.

A spectacular series of concerts that has led her to be present at United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Canada, United States and Mexico when it’s all over. It will be precisely in the North and Central American country where this tour ends with 5 nights that will be unforgettable for both her and her audience.

“I’m excited to explore as many songs as possible in the hope of giving my fans the show they’ve been waiting for,” said Madonna after the announcement of this tour that returned her to the stage and has more than met the artist’s goals. was marked.

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In 1983, Madonna debuted her first studio album. Four decades have passed since that moment, and she remains the undisputed queen of pop. To celebrate her 40-year career, she announced a new world tour, the first to focus retrospectively and with just three months left to reach its finale.

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The Celebration Tour has taken us to Madonna’s artistic journey over four decades, where she pays tribute to the city of New York, where she began her musical career. The last time we were able to enjoy the queen of pop live was in 2019 and early 2020, after the release of her album Madame X. It was a theater tour that had problems with production delays and hip and knee injuries. by Madonna. Her fans and the specialized press harshly criticized this round of concerts.

Something that has not happened in The Celebration World Tour despite complaints from some fans for having started late and the occasional mistake by Madonna herself when she got the wrong greeting in the city.

All good things come to an end but at the same time it is also good news for another of the projects that had been put on hold for this tour. Madonna’s biopic in which the artist was fully involved in script, production and direction could be started again once the artist resolves her musical commitments. The end of the celebration of her 40-year career is approaching and the beginning of the celebration of the following ones is approaching.


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