Madonna announces rescheduling of her tour dates and will arrive in Dallas in March

After being hospitalized last June, Madonna had to postpone her long-awaited The Celebration Tour, but the singer has finally announced the new dates for the postponed North American concerts. The Queen of Pop will play Dallas on March 23 and 24, 2024, instead of her scheduled September dates.

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According to a statement published in Madonna websiteLive Nation confirmed that most of her rescheduled North American tour dates will be gone until next year, after the singer performs in the UK and Europe.

Tickets purchased for previously scheduled shows at the new times will be accepted, except in specific cases – like Los Angeles and New York, because they had to change venues; Check out the dates here-.

“Rescheduling all shows was the number one priority,” the statement said. “Unfortunately, due to scheduling conflicts, some shows will be canceled (…) Madonna regrets the inconvenience to fans and hopes for compensation in the future at those venues.”

At least, it seems, the singer will be able to celebrate 40 years to celebrate Because at some point between his illness and recovery, there was a possibility that the tour would be cancelled.

The Queen of Pop was scheduled to perform in Dallas in September at the American Airlines Center. The venue is still standing, but instead of being on September 18th and 19th, 2023, they will be moved to March 24th and 25th, 2024. In Houston, it will play on March 29th, 2024 at the Toyota Center, while in Austin it will arrive on April 15th at the Moody Center.

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Likewise, among the new dates scheduled, there are also four concerts in Mexico City. Previously scheduled for January, it will now take place on April 20 and 21, and 23 and 24, 2024, at the Palacio de los Deportes.

The Celebration Tour will officially kick off in October, with four sold-out shows in London, followed by concerts in Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands throughout the remainder of 2023. It kicks off on December 13, at the Barclays Center, in Brooklyn, New York.

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