Madonna Reschedules Two Shows In Las Vegas, Cancels One
And the Queen of Pop is back.
After a bacterial infection that landed her in the ICU this summer, Madonna is finally ready to get back on the road. Or at least she’s ready to talk about it. The Queen of Pop postponed her Celebration Tour to give her time to recover from her health scare. And she previously announced that she would continue as planned with her UK leg. But there was no information about her US leg until now.
Most of Madonna’s Celebration Tour shows have new dates. A few have the same dates. And Madonna had to cancel five of the shows. USA Today reported that the canceled shows were due to scheduling conflicts. And that tickets holders could request a refund at the original point of sale. In all, 40 of the shows in the tour were moved around.
The new plan for Madonna’s Celebration Tour.
So now instead of starting her tour in the states and then going to the UK, Madonna will just do it the other way around. Her Celebration Tour will now begin on October 14 in London. Other places on the UK schedule include Denmark, Portugal, Spain, France, Germany and Italy. The “Material Girl” singer will then end up back in London on December 6.
That will give her a week to rest and get ready for the next leg of her tour. Her US leg will begin at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on December 13. Madonna will visit several states during this leg, in addition to venues in Mexico and Canada.
Update for Celebration Tour dates for Las Vegas.
If you have tickets for Madonna in Las Vegas, here are the new dates:
The show at T-Mobile Arena on October 7, 2023 is now at T-Mobile Arena on March 1, 2024.
The show at T-Mobile Arena on October 8, 2023 is now at T-Mobile Arena on March 2, 2024.
The MGM Grand Garden Arena show on January 18, 2024 is cancelled. Refunds will be issued at the original point of sale.
Updates for all other shows are listed on Madonna’s tour website.
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