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Madonna Announces ‘The Celebration Tour’ in 2023, Dates and Venues Explored

Madonna has been an icon in the music industry for four decades now, and she wants to celebrate her 40 years in style this summer by organizing a tour which will be called the Madonna: Celebration Tour. It will take the fans through the journey she has had over her years of being active as an artist.

The tour is also going to be a tribute to New York City-folk where she had started her career. This is a tour that is going to travel to 35 cities and begin with the first concert on July 15, 2023, in Vancouver. After a few dates in North America, the tour is going to move to Europe as it wraps in Amsterdam on December 1.

Madonna: Celebration Tour Concert Dates and Venues

The tour was announced with a special video that featured Madonna along with Diplo, Jack Black, Judd Apatow, Lil Wayne, and Amy Schumer. The full list of dates and venues is as below:

Saturday, Jul 15 – Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers Arena

Tuesday, July 18 – Seattle, Washington, at Climate Pledge Arena

Saturday, July 22 – Phoenix, Arizona, at Footprint Center

Tuesday, July 25 – Denver, Colorado, at Ball Arena

Thursday, July 27 – Tulsa, Oklahoma, at BOK Center

Sunday, July 30 – St. Paul, Minnesota, at Xcel Energy Center

Wednesday, August 02 – Cleveland, Ohio, at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse

Saturday, August 05 – Detroit, Michigan, at Little Caesars Arena

Monday, August 07 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at PPG Paints Arena

Wednesday, August 09 – Chicago, Illinois, at United Center

Sunday, August 13 – Toronto, Ontario, at Scotiabank Arena

Saturday, August 19 – Montreal, Quebec, at Centre Bell

Wednesday, August 23 – New York City at Madison Square Garden

Thursday, August 24 – New York City at Madison Square Garden

Wednesday, August 30 – Boston, Massachusetts, at TD Garden

Saturday, September 02 – Washington, DC, at Capital One Arena

Tuesday, September 05 – Atlanta, Georgia, at State Farm Arena

Thursday, September 07 – Tampa, Florida, at Amalie Arena

Saturday, September 09 – Miami, Florida, at Miami-Dade Arena

Wednesday, September 13 – Houston, Texas, at Toyota Center

Monday, September 18 – Dallas, Texas, at American Airlines Center

Thursday, September 21 – Austin, Texas, at the Moody Center ATX

Wednesday, September 27 – Los Angeles, California, at the Crypto.com Arena

Saturday, October 14 – London, UK, at The O2

Saturday, October 21 – Antwerp, Belgium, at Sportpaleis

Wednesday, October. 25 – Copenhagen, Denmark, at Royal Arena

Saturday, October 28 – Stockholm, Sweden, at Tele2

Wednesday, November 01 – Barcelona, Spain, at Palau Sant Jordi

Monday, November 06 – Lisbon, Portugal, at Altice Arena

Sunday, November 12 – Paris, France, at Accor Arena

Monday, November 13 – Paris, France, at Accor Arena

Wednesday, November 15 – Cologne, Germany, at Lanxess Arena

Thursday, November 23 – Milan, Italy, at Mediolanum Forum

Tuesday, November 28 – Berlin, Germany, at Mercedes-Benz Arena

Friday, December 1 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, at Ziggo Dome

How to Get Tickets for the Tour Concerts?

The tickets for the concert are going to go live on January 20, at 10 a.m. local time. The tickets can be purchased from madonna.com/tour. Madonna says that she is going to explore all the songs she possibly can, with her motivation being the fans and giving them the show they have been waiting for.

Are you planning to attend one of the concerts on Madonna’s Celebration Tour? Let us know in the comments section.

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