Madonna after eight years of touring in Italy: prices from 138 to 350 euros

Madonna after eight years of touring in Italy: prices from 138 to 350 euros

A long absence of eight years in our country. The expectations of the Italian fans were high Madonna Per The Celebration Tour celebrating the 40-year career of one of pop’s most beloved stars. Lady Ciccone doesn’t stop at 64 and wants to achieve great things. The Tour – produced by living nation – starts from 35 appointments North America on July 15th from Vancouver with stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles and more before landing in Europe where they will touch 11 cities from October 14thincluding London, Barcelona, ​​Paris and Stockholm. The only Italian stop – announced for the time being – will be at MediolanumForum in Assago (Milan) on November 23rd.. The Celebration Tour concludes on December 1st at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The only special guest on all dates of the world tour is Bob the Drag Queen, aka Caldwell Tidicue. With advance sales open today (starting with fan club members), you can bet tickets will be gone before long. The “official” sale for everyone will take place on January 20th at 10am ticketmaster.it, ticketone.it and vivaticket.com.

The announcement was made with a black and white video featuring a table with Diplo, Judd Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Bob The Drag Queen, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre and ends with Amy Schumer challenging Madonna to go on tour and perform her greatest hits. “I’m looking forward to exploring as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they’ve been waiting for,” Madonna said. Meanwhile, as of Friday, January 20th, the new song “Bake the Up To The Beat‘, available across all digital platforms after going viral on TikTok. The song was co-written by Madonna Brittany Hazzard and Pharrell Williams and produced by Madonna and Pharrell herself with Jeff Bhasker and Mike Dean.

“Maybe I would do exactly the same things as I did back then. – explained Madonna a vanity fair – I would throw myself back into the world. With the same curiosity, with the same thirst for knowledge, with the same greed to gain as many experiences as possible. I wanted and still want to leave my mark on the world. So yes, I would continue to disturb the peace, be adventurous, express myself, be rebellious. In the end I would do everything the same way. With one exception: I would treat myself to more foodor. And maybe an extra pair of shoes.” A career full of achievements, but also hard work: “I put all my time, all my energy into fighting and working for things that most people couldn’t even imagine or the were hard to believe. how much did it cost me Absence of rest, renunciation of security, end of all relaxation, farewell to a comfortable life, lack of sleep, zero peace of mind, inability to spend time with the people I love. But this was the journey I had to take. But these were the costs I decided to pay. And let’s be clear: I paid for it to the last penny.” And how much does it cost to see them live in Milan instead? Tickets for the forum can cost up to 350 euros plus fees. The “cheapest” include those with 138 euros. High costs caused by important production in relatively small places, such as B. sports halls, are justified, which inevitably leads to rising ticket prices.