Madonna Postpones and Reschedules 'Celebration Tour' Dates Due to Illness
Madonna has announced changes to her "Celebration Tour" due to her recent illness. The 65-year-old pop singer had to cancel some shows and r...
Madonna Announces Changes to "Celebration Tour" Due to Illness
Madonna has announced changes to her "Celebration Tour" due to her recent illness. The 65-year-old pop singer had to cancel some shows and reschedule others after spending time in the ICU in June. Madonna's manager described her illness as a "serious bacterial infection."
New Dates Announced for Celebration Tour
Live Nation has announced new dates for a tour celebrating a pop star's four decades of music. The tour will now begin in October in London at the O2 Arena. The majority of the North American tour dates have been rescheduled for the end of the year and 2024, starting on December 13 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and running through April.
Rescheduled Dates for Celebration Tour
Madonna has announced the rescheduled dates for her upcoming Celebration Tour. The tour will now come to Amalie Arena on April 4, 2024, which was originally scheduled for September 7, 2023. Additionally, she will perform at Kaseya Center on April 6 and 7, 2024, which were previously scheduled for September 9 and 10, 2023. All tickets that were previously purchased for the original dates will be valid for the new dates.
Cancellation of Five Concert Dates
Live Nation has announced the cancellation of five concert dates in San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Tulsa, and Nashville due to scheduling conflicts. Refunds will be issued for the canceled shows. For more information, readers can visit the provided link.
Madonna Expresses Gratitude to Fans
International pop icon Madonna recently shared a message with her fans on Instagram. The singer had been hospitalized in June due to a bacterial infection, which had left her unresponsive. Madonna expressed her gratitude for the love and support she received from her family and friends during her hospital stay. She also mentioned that it had been a month since she was discharged from the hospital and that she was now able to reflect on her experience.
Manager Announces Pause in Commitments
Madonna recently expressed gratitude towards her children and those who supported her during her recent health scare. She spent time in the intensive care unit, which led to the postponement of her tour. Her manager, Guy Oseary, announced the pause in commitments, including the tour, and promised to provide more information, including a new start date for the tour and rescheduled shows.