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Madonna has announced new dates for her US tour

Madonna has announced new dates for her US tour

In any case, Madonna (65) will celebrate her world tour in America – albeit a little later than planned. Organizer Live Nation is just in time for the “Queen of Pop’s” 65th birthday New appointments Officially confirmed for their North American tour. The concert series, which is scheduled to take place in the United States, Canada and Mexico, will begin on December 13, 2023 at the Barclays Center in New York and conclude on April 24, 2024 in Mexico City.

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Five shows will not be held in the United States

Although alternative dates have been found for most of the shows, five of the originally scheduled concerts have had to be cancelled, according to a statement from the date announcement. Madonna actually announced the start of her “Celebration” tour in January 2023 in Vancouver. However, due to ill health, these appointments have been canceled at short notice. On Instagram Madonna announced with anticipation a few days ago that she will be starting her tour soon.

Now the concerts in North America will not take place before the European tour but after. From October to December 2023, Madonna will be visiting various cities in Germany, France, Great Britain, Portugal, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium and Italy.

“Love is the best medicine”

At the end of June, the singer was taken to a New York hospital. There he was artificially ventilated in the intensive care unit. Her manager Guy Osiri, 50, shared via Instagram that Madonna “had a serious bacterial infection” and was “in intensive care for several days” as a result. After that, the singer recovered with her family.

At the end of July, Madonna wrote on Instagram: “Love from family and friends is the best medicine.” A month ago she left the hospital and could think. “When push came to shove, my kids were really there for me.” He explained to his fans that he was happy to be alive and “thanked the angels for allowing him to finish his work.”

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