Madonna announces huge world tour

Madonna, famous musician, is touring the world.


Words by: Charlie Jones

Madonna’s Sunday half-time Super Bowl performance with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A certainly drew some attention, not least for her Roman cheerleader look and M.I.A.‘s maybe-accidental, definitely-spoken about, middle finger.

The perfect performance, then, to kick off her world tour, which already covers 50 shows in American, Europe and the Middle East over a six month period – with additional South American and Australian dates still to be confirmed.

Madonna’s touring to promote her new album, MDNA, released on March 26th, which features both Minaj and M.I.A. Tickets for her UK gigs (London and Edinburgh) are released for sale on February 10th.

May 29 Tel Aviv, Israel, Ramat Gam Stadium
June 3 Abu Dhabi, Yas Arena
June 7 Istanbul, Turkey, Turk Telecom Arena
June 11 Zagreb, Croatia, Maksimir Stadium
June 14 Milan, Italy, Stadio San Siro
June 16 Florence, Italy Stadio Franchi
June 20 Barcelona, Spain, Palau Sant Jordi
June 24 Coimbra, Portugal, Estadio Cidade de Coimbra
June 28 Berlin O2 Arena
July 2 Copenhagen, Denmark, Parken Stadium
July 4 Gothenburg, Sweden, Ullevi Stadium
July 7 Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
July 12 Brussels, Stade Roi-Baudouin
July 14 Paris, Stade De France
July 17 London, Hyde Park
July 21 Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium
July 24 Dublin, Aviva Stadium
July 29 Vienna, Ernst-Happel-Stadion
Aug. 1 Warsaw, National Stadium
Aug. 7 Moscow, Olimpiski Arena
Aug. 8 St. Petersburg, Russia, SKK Arena
Aug. 12 Helsinki, Finland, Olympic Stadium
Aug. 15 Oslo Telenor Arena
Aug. 18 Zurich, Switzerland, Stadion Letzigrund
Aug. 21 Nice, France, Stade Charles-Erhmann
Aug. 28 Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
Aug. 30 Montreal, Bell Centre
Sept. 1 Quebec City, Plains of Abraham Site
Sept. 4 Boston, TD Garden
Sept. 6 New York Yankee Stadium
Sept. 10 Ottawa, Scotiabank Place
Sept. 12 Toronto Air Canada Centre
Sept. 15 Atlantic City, N.J., Boardwalk Hall
Sep. 19 Chicago United Center
Sep. 23 Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
Sept. 29 Vancouver, Canada Rogers Arena
Oct. 2 Seattle Key Arena
Oct. 6 San Jose HP Pavilion
Oct. 10 Los Angeles Staples Center
Oct. 13 Las Vegas MGM Grand
Oct. 16 Phoenix US Airways Center
Oct. 20 Dallas American Airlines Center
Oct. 24 Houston Toyota Center
Oct. 27 New Orleans, New Orleans Arena
Oct. 30 Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
Nov. 1 St. Louis, Scottrade Center
Nov. 3 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
Nov. 10 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
Nov. 15 Charlotte, N.C. Time Warner Cable Arena
Nov. 17 Atlanta, Philips Arena
TBC Miami

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