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Rebel Heart Tour 2015~2016

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Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album Rebel Heart
Start date: September 9, 2015
End date: March 20, 2016
Legs: 5
Number of shows:  
36 in North America
25 in Europe
13 in Asia
8 in Oceania
82 total

Attendance: 1.045 million
Box office: $169.8 million

The Rebel Heart Tour launched to two SOLD OUT nights and rave reviews in Montreal, Quebec on September 9th and 10th and continued throughout North America and UK/Europe , Asia and Oceania before concluding on March 20, 2016, in Sydney, Australia at Allphones Arena.. The Montreal Gazette proclaimed  “in a spare-no-expense theatrical spectacle that artfully flowed from showstopper to showstopper, Madonna proved once again that she doesn’t just crave the spotlight — she owns it;” and Associated Press raved "Pole dancers dressed like nuns, Mike Tyson and nonstop theatrics.  Welcome to the church of Madonna,”

Setlist:
This setlist was obtained from the concert of December 1, 2015 held at The O2 Arena in London. It does not represent all shows throughout the tour.
 
1. Video Introduction (contains elements of "Iconic")
2. Iconic
3. Bitch I'm Madonna
4. Burning Up
5. Holy Water (contains excerpts from "Vogue")
6. Devil Pray
7. Messiah (video interlude)
8. Body Shop
9. True Blue
10. Deeper and Deeper
11. HeartBreakCity (contains excerpts from "Love Don't Live Here Anymore")
12. Like a Virgin (contains elements of "Heartbeat" and "Erotica")
13. S.E.X. (video interlude) (contains elements of "Justify My Love")
14. Living for Love
15. La Isla Bonita
16. Dress You Up / Into the Groove / Lucky Star / Dress You Up (Reprise)
17. Who's That Girl
18. Rebel Heart
19. Illuminati (video interlude)
20. Music (contains elements of "Give It 2 Me")
21. Candy Shop
22. Material Girl
23. La Vie en rose
24. Unapologetic Bitch
 
Encore:
25. Holiday
 

Rebel Heart tour full schedule (23 countries 76 performances)  2015/9/15
North American Tour 2015 Dates: 20 city 24 performances
Date City Venue


Sept. 9 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Sept. 10 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Sept. 12 Washington, DC Verizon Center
Sept. 16 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
Sept. 17 New York. NY Madison Square Garden
Sept. 19 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
Sept. 21 Quebec City, QC Centre Vidéotron
Sept. 24 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 26 Boston, MA TD Garden
Sept. 28 Chicago, IL United Center
Oct. 1 Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
Oct. 3 Atlantic City, NJ Boardwalk Hall
Oct. 5 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Oct. 6 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Oct. 8 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
Oct. 11 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
Oct. 12 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
Oct. 14 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
Oct. 17 Portland, OR MODA Center
Oct. 19 San Jose, CA SAP Center at San Jose
Oct. 22 Glendale, AZ Gila River Arena
Oct. 24 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Oct. 27 Los Angeles, CA Forum
Oct. 29 San Diego, CA Valley View Casino Center

UK / European Tour 2015 Dates: 16 city 25 performances
Date City Venue


Nov. 4 Koln, Germany Lanxess Arena
Nov. 5 Koln, Germany Lanxess Arena
Nov. 7 Prague, CZ O2 Arena
Nov. 8 Prague, CZ O2 Arena
Nov. 10 Berlin, Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena (O2 World)
Nov. 11 Berlin, Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena (O2 World)
Nov. 14 Stockholm, Sweden Tele 2 Arena
Nov.16 Herning, Denmark Jyske Bank Boxen
Nov. 19 Turin, Italy Pala Alpitour
Nov. 21 Turin, Italy Pala Alpitour
Nov. 22 Turin, Italy Pala Alpitour
Nov. 24 Barcelona, ​​Spain Palau Sant Jordi
Nov. 25 Barcelona, ​​Spain Palau Sant Jordi
Nov. 28 Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
Nov. 29 Mannheim, Germany SAP Arena
Dec. 1 London, UK O2 Arena
Dec. 2 London, UK O2 Arena
Dec. 5 Amsterdam, Holland Ziggo Dome
Dec. 6 Amsterdam, Holland Ziggo Dome
Dec. 9 Paris, France Bercy
Dec. 10 Paris, France Bercy
Dec. 12 Zurich, Switzerland Hallenstadion
Dec. 14 Manchester, UK Manchester Arena
Dec. 16 Birmingham, UK Barclaycard Arena
Dec. 20 Glasgow, Scotland The SSE Hydro

Rebel Heart Tour 2016 Dates: 19 city 27 performances
Date City Venue


Jan. 6 Mexico City, MX Sports Palace
Jan. 10 San Antonio, TX AT & T Center
Jan. 12 Houston, TX Toyota Center
Jan. 14 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
Jan. 16 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
Jan. 18 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
Jan. 20 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
Jan. 23 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
Jan. 24 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
Jan. 27 San Juan, PR Coliseo de Puerto Rico
Jan. 28 San Juan, PR Coliseo de Puerto Rico
Feb. 4 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena
Feb. 6 Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Arena
Feb. 9 Bangkok, Thailand Impact Arena
Feb. 13 Tokyo, Japan Saitama Arena
Feb. 17 Hong Kong Asia World Arena
Feb. 20 Studio City, Macau Studio City Event Center
Feb. 21 Studio City, Macau Studio City Event Center
Feb. 24 Manila, Philippines Mall of Asia Arena
Feb. 25 Manila, Philippines Mall of Asia Arena
Mar. 5 Auckland, NZ Vector Arena
Mar. 6 Auckland, NZ Vector Arena
Mar. 12 Melbourne, AU Rod Laver Arena
Mar. 13 Melbourne, AU Rod Laver Arena
Mar. 19 Sydney, AU Allphones Arena
Mar. 20 Sydney, AU Allphones Arena
Mar. 26 Brisbane, AU Entertainment Centre
Mar. 27 Brisbane, AU Entertainment Centre

MDNA World Tour 2012

The MDNA Tour

Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album MDNA
Start date: May 31, 2012
End date: December 22, 2012
Legs: 4
Number of shows:  
3 in Asia
30 in Europe
45 in North America
10 in South America
88 Total

Box office: US $305.2 million
($314.58 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Girl Gone Wild
Revolver
Gang Bang
Papa Don't Preach
Hung Up
I Don't Give A
Heartbeat/Best Friend (Interlude)
Express Yourself
Give Me All Your Luvin'
Turn Up The Radio
Open Your Heart/Saggara Jo!
Masterpiece
Justify My Love (Interlude)
Vogue
Candy Shop
Human Nature
Like A Virgin
Nobody Knows Me (Interlude)
I'm Addicted
I'm A Sinner
Like A Prayer
Celebration

PRESS RELEASE

Tuesday, February 7th - Los Angeles - For Immediate Release... Madonna is having a huge party and everyone's invited. The Madonna 2012 World Tour begins May 31st 2012 in Tel Aviv, Israel it was officially announced by Live Nation Entertainment, the tour's international promoter. The shows will include arenas, stadiums and special outdoor sights including the Plains of Abraham in Quebec and a return visit to South America. The tour will stop in 26 European cities including London, Paris, Milan and Berlin.

The first of 26 North American shows is scheduled for August 28th in Philadelphia and includes a September 6th show in NY's Yankee Stadium and an October l0th performance at LA's Staples Center. Tickets are scheduled to go on sale beginning February 10th in Tel Aviv and the United Kingdom, with North American tickets going on sale beginning February 13th.

The announcement of Madonna's 2012 World Tour follows an extraordinary week which included a monumental extravaganza of a performance at the Bridgestone Super Bowl Halftime which was seen in over 200 countries by over a billion people. Last week also saw the release of Madonna's new single, "Give Me All Your Luvin'" from her highly anticipated new album MDNA on Live Nation Entertainment/Interscope Records - scheduled to be released on March 26th. Pre orders have already catapulted MDNA to No. 1 on iTunes in 51 countries including the US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Canada, Italy, Sweden and the Netherlands. The single's video directed by Megaforce which also stars Nicki Minaj and MIA previewed on American Idol. Additionally, the Madonna directed Golden Globe Award winning film "W.E." opened in NY and LA with other markets to follow later in the month. "Madonna's track record as a world class entertainer and touring artist speaks for itself. Her artistry, talent and creative productions get bigger and better with each tour and Madonna 2012 will be no exception. We are thrilled to have her back on the road and know her fans feel the same," commented Arthur Fogel, CEO Live Nation Entertainment Global Touring and Madonna tour promoter.



ARIANNE PHILLIP'S INTERVIEW WITH KATHARINE K. ZARELLA FOR INSTYLE.COM - JUNE 2013

You'd think that, after working with Madonna for 15 years, Arianne Phillips would have seen it all. But Phillips, the stylist and costume designer behind a decade and a half of Madonna videos and performances, as well as films like Walk the Line and W.E., says that the pop star's 2012 MDNA world tour was like nothing she had ever experienced. "There were an epic amount, a tsunami, of costumes," Phillips told Style.com of the show's wardrobe, which included an updated iteration of Madonna's iconic cone bra by Jean Paul Gaultier. "And we aren't talking tennis shoes and sneakers-it's costume and fashion." Prior to the premiere of Madonna: The MDNA Tour, a documentary that airs on Epix tonight at 8 p.m., Phillips, who's currently in London working on a new film, talked to Style.com about the MDNA costumes, Madonna's collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier, and what it takes to put on an unforgettable show.

Where do you begin when designing costumes for Madonna?
Well, it always starts with the music, of course, and usually Madonna crafts a set list that's part of a narrative. It's a story with a beginning, middle, and end. This show was really about transformation. Each act had a different theme and costume had a purpose. This tour with her was definitely the biggest undertaking I have been a part of-on the technical side and on the conceptual side. It's one thing to just design a costume for Madonna herself, but if you think about it, we had 23 dancers, five band members, and two background singers. And everyone requires multiple costume changes.

How do the costumes help express the show's narrative?
We think of it as characters, and (Madonna) is playing a part. That character requires development and visuals in addition to the songs she's singing. In the beginning of the show, she comes out dressed like a queen in a crown with a machine gun. She takes that off to reveal this super-vixen character that we kind of debuted in the "Girl Gone Wild" video. The next act is all about expression and having a message, and it opens up with "Express Yourself." She's wearing this homage to a forties majorette. The third act is "Vogue," and it's all about identity and gender-bending-iconic Madonna. She's trying to figure out who she is again. And in the end, it's a celebration, and she transforms into this powerful Joan of Arc character. Everyone is wearing mesh T-shirts, and it's just like a really fun party. The tour gave her an opportunity to take classic songs like "Papa Don’t Preach" and give them a new twist. She has been performing these same songs forever, but she's the queen of reinvention, and she creates an entertaining concept for the shows that keeps it interesting and relevant. The costumes have to underscore that, and they have to provoke and entertain.

How many costume changes did Madonna do throughout the course of the show?
The costumes are part of the choreography, so we have a lot of quick changes, and people are literally changing clothes under the stage. Madonna changes full costumes about four times. But then, for instance, for the "Vogue" act, she comes out in the Gaultier corset and then she disrobes. So by the end of the act, when she sings "Like a Virgin," she is in a corset and a bra, and she has done different songs in different deconstructions of the outfit. So her costumes change for almost every song.

Were there any wardrobe malfunctions?
Everything goes wrong daily. Shoes break, bras break, but that's what keeps a live show interesting. When the adrenaline of the audience kicks in, there's almost like a langue between the audience and the performers. And that's when seams pop off and crystals fly.

You've worked with Madonna for 15 years. Did you feel any pressure to top yourself with this tour?
This is not like anything I have ever done before, or like she has ever done before. The great thing about working with Madonna for 15 years is that every project is a new and different challenge. She has to raise the bar to keep herself interested. The great thing about her is that she is not nostalgic; she is not looking to redo something she has done in the past. But it takes us 12 weeks in preparation and rehearsals before we open the show, and I was still tweaking things into the first five or six shows, partly because I used materials that are not traditional for performing onstage.

What kinds of materials?
For instance, all that metal mesh and the crystals that she wears in the final act-that was physically heavy. That costume weighs around 15 pounds, so she had to do all of that rigorous choreography with extra weight. Most people would never do that or be able to take it, but she wanted to wear the real thing because she liked the way it looked. And she took a beating while she was dancing and sweating in it, but it looked beautiful.

You mentioned that Madonna is not nostalgic, but she did have one nostalgic moment on this tour with the Gaultier cone corset. Why did you decide to bring that back?
At this point, Madonna has created her own language with fashion and music. There is a kind of DNA of Madonna in terms of what we love about her. I have been working with her for a long time, and one of my favorite things that I have ever done with her is the collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier. He is so lovely to work with, and their friendship predates me. It seemed like a no-brainer. That whole piece is about gender-bending, and you know, both Gaultier and Madonna are provocateurs. Gaultier is such an important person in our fashion history and culture, and the things he and Madonna have deserve to live on as part of her visual legacy.

In addition to Gaultier, you worked with Jeremy Scott and used some pieces from Alexander Wang. How did you decide what designers to feature in the tour?
Alexander didn't make anything specially for us; we just responded to some of his pieces. Jeremy is a longtime collaborator of ours. What Madonna loves about him so much is his connection to his audience. His collection is so connected to street and club culture, and we always have a place for him on tours. He is our go-to innovator. He did custom shoes for us, and he did these amazing, Indian-inspired tracksuits for the dancers for "I'm a Sinner." Then we used J Brand jeans; Agent Provocateur made some amazing bras; and we used a lot of independent New York designers. Michael Schmitt, who we've worked with forever-he does tour stuff for everyone from Rihanna to Cher-collaborated with us on the Joan of Arc costumes for the last act. He specializes in metal mesh. He is actually famous for doing Tina Turner's metal mesh costumes back in the eighties. I designed tons of stuff, and Prada and Miu Miu made most of Madonna's shoes-they've been making shoes for Madonna's shows for a long time. She also wore her own Truth or Dare shoes.

Are you two always on the same page when it comes to the costumes, or do you butt heads?
I mean, she is the director, and she is constantly evolving her ideas, which makes it more interesting for me. But of course we butt heads. It's a process. She has me there for an opinion-I'm not there just to say yes. It would be boring if we agreed all the time. Sometimes she pushes me or I push her, and there are certainly times when I compromise my ideas. She is the boss. It's her show and no one knows it better than her. But in the end, we agree. Trust me.
What kind of research do you do for a tour like this?
We look at the past, the present, and the future, and everything informs our ideas. It's no-holds-barred. It would be ridiculous not to look at her past. We are paying homage with a wink and a nod in the whole gender-bending act with the Gaultier corset. Everything is fair game, really.
 

Is shock factor something you think about when you're designing the costumes?
The beauty about working with Madonna is that she isn't thinking about what people are thinking about when they see the show; she is thinking about what is true and authentic to the idea. She has proven time and time again that she is a provocateur, and what is shocking to you might not be to her. To invest in shock-no. That's not part of our language.

Tour Dates

May 31, 2012    Tel Aviv    
June 03, 2012    Abu Dhabi    
June 04, 2012    Abu Dhabi    
June 07, 2012    Istanbul    
June 12, 2012    Rome    
June 14, 2012    Milan    
June 16, 2012    Florence    
June 20, 2012    Barcelona    
June 21, 2012    Barcelona    
June 24, 2012    Coimbra    
June 28, 2012    Berlin    
June 30, 2012    Berlin    
July 02, 2012    Copenhagen    
July 04, 2012    Gothenburg    
July 07, 2012    Amsterdam    
July 08, 2012    Amsterdam    
July 10, 2012    Koln    
July 12, 2012    Brussels    
July 14, 2012    Paris    
July 17, 2012    London    
July 19, 2012    Birmingham    
July 21, 2012    Edinburgh    
July 24, 2012    Dublin    
July 26, 2012    Paris    
July 29, 2012    Vienna    
August 01, 2012    Warsaw    
August 04, 2012    Kiev    
August 07, 2012    Moscow    
August 09, 2012    St. Petersburg    
August 12, 2012    Helsinki    
August 15, 2012    Oslo    
August 18, 2012    Zurich    
August 21, 2012    Nice    
August 28, 2012    Philadelphia    
August 30, 2012    Montreal    
September 01, 2012    Quebec City    
September 04, 2012    Boston    
September 06, 2012    New York    
September 08, 2012    New York    
September 10, 2012    Ottawa    
September 12, 2012    Toronto    
September 13, 2012    Toronto    
September 15, 2012    Atlantic City    
September 19, 2012    Chicago    
September 20, 2012    Chicago    
September 23, 2012    Washington    
September 24, 2012    Washington    
September 29, 2012    Vancouver    
September 30, 2012    Vancouver    
October 02, 2012    Seattle    
October 03, 2012    Seattle    
October 06, 2012    San Jose    
October 07, 2012    San Jose    
October 10, 2012    Los Angeles    
October 11, 2012    Los Angeles    
October 13, 2012    Las Vegas    
October 14, 2012    Las Vegas    
October 16, 2012    Phoenix    
October 18, 2012    Denver    
October 20, 2012    Dallas    
October 21, 2012    Dallas    
October 24, 2012    Houston    
October 25, 2012    Houston    
October 27, 2012    New Orleans    
October 30, 2012    Kansas City    
November 01, 2012    St. Louis    
November 03, 2012    St. Paul    
November 04, 2012    St. Paul    
November 06, 2012    Pittsburgh    
November 08, 2012    Detroit    
November 10, 2012    Cleveland    
November 12, 2012    New York City    
November 13, 2012    New York City    
November 15, 2012    Charlotte    
November 17, 2012    Atlanta    
November 19, 2012    Miami    
November 20, 2012    Miami    
November 24, 2012    Mexico City    
November 25, 2012    Mexico City    
November 28, 2012    Medellin    
November 29, 2012    Medellin    
December 02, 2012    Rio De Janeiro    
December 04, 2012    Sao Paulo    
December 05, 2012    Sao Paulo    
December 09, 2012    Porto Alegre    
December 13, 2012    Buenos Aires    
December 15, 2012    Buenos Aires    
December 19, 2012    Santiago    
December 22, 2012     Cordoba

Sticky & Sweet Tour 2008

Sticky & Sweet Tour 2008
 

Associated album Hard Candy
Start date: August 23, 2008
End date: September 2, 2009
Legs: 5
Number of shows:  
42 in Europe
30 in North America
11 in South America
2 in Asia
85 Total

Box office: US $408 million
($450.02 million in 2016 dollars)

Set List:
 
Candy Shop
Beat Goes On
Human Nature
Vogue
Die Another Day (Interlude)
Into The Groove
Heartbeat
Borderline
She's Not Me
Music
Rain (Interlude)
Devil Wouldn't Recognize You
Spanish Lesson
Miles Away
La Isla Bonita / Lela Pala Tute
Doli Doli
You Must Love Me
Get Stupid (Interlude)
4 Minutes
Like A Prayer
Ray Of Light
Hung Up
Give It 2 Me

Tour Dates

August 23, 2008    Cardiff    
August 26, 2008    Nice    
August 28, 2008    Berlin    
August 30, 2008    Zurich    
September 02, 2008    Amsterdam    
September 04, 2008    Dusseldorf    
September 06, 2008    Rome    
September 09, 2008    Frankfurt    
September 11, 2008    London    
September 14, 2008    Lisbon    
September 16, 2008    Seville    
September 18, 2008    Valencia    
September 20, 2008    Paris    
September 21, 2008    Paris    
September 23, 2008    Vienna    
September 25, 2008    Budva    
September 27, 2008    Athens    
October 04, 2008    East Rutherford    
October 06, 2008    New York City    
October 07, 2008    New York City    
October 11, 2008    New York City    
October 12, 2008    New York City    
October 15, 2008    Boston    
October 16, 2008    Boston    
October 18, 2008    Toronto    
October 19, 2008    Toronto    
October 22, 2008    Montreal    
October 23, 2008    Montreal    
October 26, 2008    Chicago    
October 27, 2008    Chicago    
October 30, 2008    Vancouver    
November 01, 2008    Oakland    
November 02, 2008    Oakland    
November 04, 2008    San Diego    
November 06, 2008    Los angeles    
November 08, 2008    Las Vegas    
November 09, 2008    Las Vegas    
November 11, 2008    Denver    
November 12, 2008    Denver    
November 16, 2008    Houston    
November 18, 2008    Detroit    
November 20, 2008    Philadelphia    
November 22, 2008    Atlantic City    
November 24, 2008    Atlanta    
November 26, 2008    Miami    
November 29, 2008    Mexico City    
November 30, 2008    Mexico City    
December 04, 2008    Buenos Aires    
December 05, 2008    Buenos Aires    
December 07, 2008    Buenos Aires    
December 08, 2008    Buenos Aires    
December 10, 2008    Santiago    
December 11, 2008    Santiago    
December 14, 2008    Rio De Janeiro    
December 15, 2008    Rio De Janeiro    
December 18, 2008    Sao Paulo    
December 20, 2008    Sao Paulo    
December 21, 2008    Sao Paulo

Sticky and Sweet Tour 2009

Sticky & Sweet Tour 2009
 

Associated album Hard Candy
Start date: August 23, 2008
End date: September 2, 2009
Legs: 5
Number of shows:  
42 in Europe
30 in North America
11 in South America
2 in Asia
85 Total

Box office: US $408 million
($450.02 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Candy Shop
Beat Goes On
Human Nature
Vogue
Die Another Day (Interlude)
Into The Groove
Holiday
Dress You Up
She's Not Me
Music
Rain (Interlude)
Devil Wouldn't Recognize You
Spanish Lesson
Miles Away
La Isla Bonita / Lela Pala Tute
Doli Doli
You Must Love Me
Get Stupid (Interlude)
4 Minutes
Like A Prayer
Frozen
Ray Of Light
Give It 2 Me


PRESS RELEASES

LOS ANGELES - September 2, 2009 - Madonna's "Sticky & Sweet" Tour made history as it wrapped up last night with two final shows in Tel Aviv, Israel at Yehoshua Gardens (HaYarkon Park, September 1 and 2). The Material Girl more than lives up to her name, as her tour becomes the most successful tour ever by a solo artist. After playing 85 shows since its launch in August 2008, Madonna's "Sticky & Sweet" has drawn more than 3.5 million fans in 32 countries and has grossed $408 million, it was announced today by Live Nation, the tour's global producer. "Sticky & Sweet" is also the second highest grossing tour of all time.

Madonna set an attendance record for the biggest crowds in history in Zurich, Switzerland, where she drew the largest audience ever assembled for a show in that country (72,000). Her Gothenburg, Sweden show, seen by 119,000 fans, broke the record for highest grossing multiple shows in the country's history. In Helsinki, Finland, "Sticky & Sweet" sold more than 85,000 tickets, making it the biggest single show by an artist in history for all of Scandinavia. Other highlights on the tour included stops in Buenos Aires, Argentina (256,000), Santiago, Chile (146,000), Sao Paulo, Brazil (203,000), Tallinn, Estonia (72,000), Warsaw, Poland (79,000), Bucharest, Romania (69,000), and Sofia, Bulgaria (54,000).

"With 'Sticky & Sweet,' Madonna has proven yet again that there is virtually no limit to what she can accomplish both creatively and commercially," said Arthur Fogel, Live Nation's Chairman of Global Music and CEO of Global Touring.

"Sticky & Sweet" broke Madonna's previous record of most successful tour by a solo artist with her 2006 Confessions Tour, which grossed $194 million.

Madonna's upcoming CD, CELEBRATION - the definitive Madonna collection - is scheduled to be released at the end of September.
 

Tour Dates

July 04, 2009    London    
July 05, 2009    London    
July 07, 2009    Manchester    
July 09, 2009    Paris    
July 11, 2009    Werchter    
July 14, 2009    Milan    
July 16, 2009    Udine    
July 21, 2009    Barcelona    
July 23, 2009    Madrid    
July 25, 2009    Zaragoza    
July 28, 2009    Oslo    
July 30, 2009    Oslo    
August 02, 2009    St. Petersburg    
August 04, 2009    Tallinn    
August 06, 2009    Helsinki    
August 08, 2009    Gothenburg    
August 09, 2009    Gothenburg    
August 11, 2009    Copenhagen    
August 13, 2009    Prague    
August 15, 2009    Warsaw    
August 18, 2009    Munich    
August 22, 2009    Budapest    
August 24, 2009    Belgrade    
August 26, 2009    Bucharest    
August 29, 2009    Sofia    
September 01, 2009    Tel Aviv    
September 02, 2009    Tel Aviv

Live Earth 2007

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Live Earth was a series of worldwide concerts held on July 7, 2007, that initiated a three-year campaign to combat climate change and advocate environmentally-sustainable living. The concerts brought together more than 150 musical acts in eleven locations around the world and were broadcast to a mass global audience through radio, television, and the Internet.

Madonna performed Hey You, Ray Of Light, La Isla Bonita and Hung Up.

Accompanying Madonna was Eugene Hutz & Sergey Ryabtzev of Gogol Bordello.
 

Confessions Tour 2006

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Associated album Confessions on a Dance Floor
Start date: May 21, 2006
End date: September 21, 2006
Legs: 3
Number of shows:  
22 in Europe
34 in North America
4 in Asia
60 Total

Box office: US $194.7 million
($228.54 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Future Lovers/ I Feel Love
Get Together
Like a Virgin
Jump
Interlude: Confessions
Live to Tell
Forbidden Love
Isaac
Sorry
Like It or Not
Interlude: Sorry (Remix)
I Love New York
Ray of Light
Let It Will Be
Drowned World/Substitute For Love
Paradise (Not For Me)
Music
Erotica/ You Thrill Me
La Isla Bonita
Lucky Star
Hung Up
 

Tour Dates

May 21, 2006    Los Angeles    
May 23, 2006    Los Angeles    
May 24, 2006    Los Angeles    
May 27, 2006    Las Vegas    
May 28, 2006    Las Vegas    
May 30, 2006    San Jose    
May 31, 2006    San Jose    
June 03, 2006    Los Angeles    
June 05, 2006    Fresno    
June 06, 2006    Fresno    
June 08, 2006    Phoenix    
June 10, 2006    Phoenix    
June 14, 2006    Chicago    
June 15, 2006    Chicago    
June 18, 2006    Chicago    
June 19, 2006    Chicago
June 21, 2006    Montreal    
June 22, 2006    Montreal    
June 25, 2006    Hartford    
June 26, 2006    Hartford    
June 28, 2006    New York City    
June 29, 2006    New York City    
July 02, 2006    New York City    
July 03, 2006    New York City    
July 06, 2006    Boston    
July 09, 2006    Boston    
July 10, 2006    Boston    
July 12, 2006    Philadelphia    
July 13, 2006    Philadelphia    
July 16, 2006    Atlantic City    
July 18, 2006    New York City    
July 19, 2006    New York City    
July 22, 2006    Miami    
July 23, 2006    Miami    
July 30, 2006    Cardiff    
August 01, 2006    London    
August 03, 2006    London    
August 06, 2006    Rome    
August 09, 2006    London    
August 10, 2006    London    
August 12, 2006    London    
August 13, 2006    London    
August 15, 2006    London    
August 16, 2006    London    
August 20, 2006    Dusseldorf    
August 22, 2006    Hannover    
August 24, 2006    Horsens    
August 26, 2006    Paris    
August 27, 2006    Paris    
August 28, 2006    Paris    
August 30, 2006    Paris    
August 31, 2006    Paris    
September 03, 2006    Amsterdam    
September 04, 2006    Amsterdam    
September 06, 2006    Prague    
September 07, 2006    Prague    
September 12, 2006    Moscow    
September 16, 2006    Osaka    
September 17, 2006    Osaka    
September 20, 2006    Tokyo    
September 21, 2006    Tokyo

Re-Invention Tour 2004

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Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album American Life
Start date: May 24, 2004
End date: September 14, 2004
Legs: 2
Number of shows:  
17 in Europe
39 in North America
56 Total

Box office: US $125 million
($156.6 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Intro: The Beast Within
Vogue
Nobody Knows Me
Frozen
American Life
Express Yourself
Burning Up
Material Girl
Interlude: Hollywood
Hanky Panky
Deeper and Deeper
Die Another Day
Lament
Interlude: Bedtime Story
Nothing Fails
Don't Tell Me
Like a Prayer
Mother and Father
Imagine
Into the Groove
Papa Don't Preach
Crazy for You
Music
Holiday
 

Tour Dates

May 24, 2004    Los Angeles    
May 26, 2004    Los Angeles    
May 27, 2004    Los Angeles    
May 29, 2004    Las Vegas    
May 30, 2004    Las Vegas    
June 02, 2004    Anaheim    
June 03, 2004    Anaheim    
June 06, 2004    San Jose    
June 08, 2004    San Jose    
June 09, 2004    San Jose    
June 13, 2004    Washington    
June 14, 2004    Washington    
June 16, 2004    New York City    
June 17, 2004    New York City    
June 23, 2004    New York City    
June 24, 2004    New York City    
June 27, 2004    Worcester    
June 28, 2004    Worcester    
June 30, 2004    Worcester    
July 01, 2004    Worcester    
July 04, 2004    Philadelphia    
July 05, 2004    Philadelphia    
July 07, 2004    East rutherford    
July 08, 2004    East rutherford    
July 11, 2004    Chicago    
July 12, 2004    Chicago    
July 14, 2004    Chicago    
July 15, 2004    Chicago    
July 18, 2004    Toronto    
July 19, 2004    Toronto    
July 20, 2004    New York City    
July 21, 2004    New York City    
July 21, 2004    Toronto    
July 24, 2004    Atlanta    
July 25, 2004    Atlanta    
July 28, 2004    Fort Lauderdale    
July 29, 2004    Fort Lauderdale    
August 01, 2004    Miami    
August 02, 2004    Miami    
August 14, 2004    Manchester    
August 15, 2004    Manchester    
August 18, 2004    London    
August 19, 2004    London    
August 22, 2004    London    
August 23, 2004    London    
August 25, 2004    London    
August 26, 2004    London    
August 29, 2004    Dublin    
September 01, 2004    Paris    
September 02, 2004    Paris    
September 04, 2004    Paris    
September 05, 2004    Paris    
September 08, 2004    Arnhem    
September 09, 2004    Arnhem    
September 13, 2004    Lisbon    
September 14, 2004    Lisbon

Drowned World Tour 2001

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Associated album Ray of Light, Music
Start date: June 9, 2001
End date: September 15, 2001
Legs: 2
Number of shows:
19 in Europe
28 in North America
47 Total

Box office: US$76.8 million
($102.64 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Drowned World/Substitute For Love
Impressive Instant
Candy Perfume Girl
Beautiful Stranger
Ray of Light
Interlude: Paradise (Not for Me)
Frozen
"Open Your Heart" Swell
Nobody's Perfect
Mer Girl Part 1
Sky Fits Heaven
Mer Girl Part 2
I Deserve It
Don't Tell Me
Human Nature
The Funny Song
Secret
Gone
Don't Cry for Me Argentina (Instrumental)
Lo Que Siente La Mujer
La Isla Bonita
Holiday
Music
 

Tour Dates

June 09, 2001    Barcelona    
June 10, 2001    Barcelona    
June 13, 2001    Milan    
June 14, 2001    Milan    
June 15, 2001    Milan    
June 19, 2001    Berlin    
June 20, 2001    Berlin    
June 22, 2001    Berlin    
June 23, 2001    Berlin    
June 26, 2001    Paris    
June 27, 2001    Paris    
June 29, 2001    Paris    
June 30, 2001    Paris    
July 04, 2001    London    
July 06, 2001    London    
July 07, 2001    London    
July 09, 2001    London    
July 10, 2001    London    
July 12, 2001    London    
July 21, 2001    Philadelphia    
July 22, 2001    Philadelphia    
July 25, 2001    New York City    
July 26, 2001    New York City    
July 28, 2001    New York City    
July 30, 2001    New York City    
August 01, 2001    New York City    
August 02, 2001    East rutherford    
August 03, 2001    East rutherford    
August 07, 2001    Boston    
August 08, 2001    Boston    
August 10, 2001    Washington    
August 11, 2001    Washington    
August 14, 2001    Miami    
August 15, 2001    Miami    
August 19, 2001    Atlanta    
August 20, 2001    Atlanta    
August 25, 2001    Detroit    
August 26, 2001    Detroit    
August 28, 2001    Chicago    
August 29, 2001    Chicago    
September 01, 2001    Las Vegas    
September 02, 2001    Las Vegas    
September 05, 2001    Oakland    
September 06, 2001    Oakland    
September 09, 2001    Los Angeles    
September 11, 2001    Los Angeles    
September 13, 2001    Los Angeles    
September 14, 2001    Los Angeles    
September 15, 2001    Los Angeles

The Girlie Show 1993

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Associated album Erotica
Start date: September 25, 1993
End date: December 19, 1993
Legs: 6
Number of shows:  
6 in Europe
12 in North America
4 in South America
9 in Asia
8 in Australia
39 Total

Box office: US$70 million
($114.67 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Introduction/The Girlie Show Theme
Erotica
Fever
Vogue
Rain
Express Yourself
Deeper and Deeper
Why's It So Hard
In This Life
The Beast Within
Like a Virgin
Bye Bye Baby
I'm Going Bananas
La Isla Bonita
Holiday
Justify My Love
Everybody Is A Star/Everybody
 

Tour Dates

September 25, 1993    London    
September 26, 1993    London    
September 28, 1993    Paris    
September 29, 1993    Paris    
October 01, 1993    Paris    
October 02, 1993    Frankfurt    
October 04, 1993    Tel Aviv    
October 07, 1993    Istanbul    
October 11, 1993    Toronto    
October 12, 1993    Toronto    
October 14, 1993    New York City    
October 15, 1993    New York City    
October 17, 1993    New York City    
October 19, 1993    Philadelphia    
October 21, 1993    Auburn Hills    
October 23, 1993    Montreal    
October 26, 1993    Bayamon    
October 30, 1993    Buenos Aires    
October 31, 1993    Buenos Aires    
November 03, 1993    Sao Paulo    
November 06, 1993    Rio De Janeiro    
November 10, 1993    Mexico city    
November 12, 1993    Mexico city    
November 13, 1993    Mexico city    
November 19, 1993    Sydney    
November 20, 1993    Sydney    
November 24, 1993    Brisbane    
November 26, 1993    Melbourne    
November 27, 1993    Melbourne    
November 29, 1993    Melbourne    
December 01, 1993    Adelaide    
December 03, 1993    Sydney    
December 04, 1993    Sydney    
December 07, 1993    Fukuoka    
December 08, 1993    Fukuoka    
December 09, 1993    Fukuoka    
December 13, 1993    Tokyo    
December 14, 1993    Tokyo    
December 16, 1993    Tokyo    
December 17, 1993    Tokyo    
December 19, 1993    Tokyo   

Blond Ambition Tour 1990

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Associated album Like a Prayer, I'm Breathless
Start date, April 13, 1990
End date, August 5, 1990
Legs: 3
Number of shows:  
9 in Asia
32 in North America
16 in Europe
57 Total

Box office: US$62.7 million
($113.57 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Express Yourself
Open Your Heart
Causing a Commotion
Where's the Party
Like a Virgin
Like a Prayer
Live to Tell
Oh Father
Papa Don't Preach
Sooner or Later
Hanky Panky
Now I'm Following You
Material Girl
Cherish
Into the Groove
Vogue
Holiday
Keep It Together
 

Tour Dates

April 13, 1990    Tokyo    
April 14, 1990    Tokyo    
April 15, 1990    Tokyo    
April 20, 1990    Osaka    
April 21, 1990    Osaka    
April 22, 1990    Osaka    
April 25, 1990    Yokohama    
April 26, 1990    Yokohama    
April 27, 1990    Yokohama    
May 04, 1990    Houston    
May 05, 1990    Houston    
May 06, 1990    Worcester    
May 07, 1990    Dallas    
May 08, 1990    Dallas    
May 11, 1990    Los Angeles    
May 12, 1990    Los Angeles    
May 13, 1990    Los Angeles    
May 15, 1990    Los Angeles    
May 16, 1990    Los Angeles    
May 18, 1990    Oakland    
May 19, 1990    Oakland    
May 20, 1990    Oakland    
May 23, 1990    Chicago    
May 24, 1990    Chicago    
May 25, 1990    Chicago    
May 27, 1990    Toronto    
May 28, 1990    Toronto    
May 29, 1990    Toronto    
May 31, 1990    Auburn Hills    
June 01, 1990    Auburn Hills    
June 04, 1990    Worcester    
June 05, 1990    Worcester    
June 08, 1990    Landover    
June 09, 1990    Landover    
June 11, 1990    Uniondale    
June 12, 1990    Uniondale    
June 13, 1990    Uniondale    
June 15, 1990    Philadelphia    
June 16, 1990    Philadelphia    
June 17, 1990    Philadelphia    
June 20, 1990    East Rutherford    
June 20, 1990    East Rutherford    
June 22, 1990    East Rutherford    
June 22, 1990    East Rutherford    
June 25, 1990    East Rutherford    
June 30, 1990    Goteborg    
July 03, 1990    Paris    
July 04, 1990    Paris    
July 06, 1990    Paris    
July 10, 1990    Rome    
July 11, 1990    Rome    
July 13, 1990    Turin    
July 15, 1990    Munich    
July 17, 1990    Dortmund    
July 20, 1990    London    
July 21, 1990    London    
July 22, 1990    London    
July 24, 1990    Rotterdam    
July 27, 1990    Madrid    
July 29, 1990    Vigo    
August 01, 1990    Barcelona    
August 05, 1990    Nice   

Who's That Girl World Tour 1987

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Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album True Blue, Who's That Girl
Start date: June 14, 1987
End date: September 6, 1987
Legs: 3
Number of shows:  
5 in Asia
22 in North America
11 in Europe
38 Total

Box office: US $25 million
($52.07 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Open Your Heart
Lucky Star
True Blue
Papa Don't Preach
White Heat
Causing a Commotion
The Look of Love
Medley: Dress You Up/Material Girl/Like a Virgin
Where's the Party
Live to Tell
Into the Groove
La Isla Bonita
Who's That Girl
Holiday
 

Tour Dates

June 14, 1987    Osaka    
June 15, 1987    Osaka    
June 20, 1987    Tokyo    
June 21, 1987    Tokyo    
June 22, 1987    Tokyo    
June 27, 1987    Miami    
June 29, 1987    Atlanta    
July 02, 1987    Washington    
July 04, 1987    Toronto    
July 06, 1987    Montreal    
July 07, 1987    Montreal    
July 09, 1987    Foxboro    
July 11, 1987    Philadelphia    
July 13, 1987    New York City    
July 15, 1987    Seattle    
July 18, 1987    Anaheim    
July 20, 1987    Mountain View    
July 21, 1987    Mountain View    
July 24, 1987    Houston    
July 26, 1987    Irving    
July 29, 1987    St. Paul    
July 31, 1987    Chicago    
August 02, 1987    East Troy    
August 04, 1987    Richfield    
August 05, 1987    Richfield    
August 07, 1987    Pontiac    
August 09, 1987    East Rutherford    
August 15, 1987    Leeds    
August 18, 1987    London    
August 19, 1987    London    
August 20, 1987    London    
August 22, 1987    Frankfurt    
August 25, 1987    Rotterdam    
August 26, 1987    Rotterdam    
August 29, 1987    Paris    
August 31, 1987    Nice    
September 04, 1987    Turin    
September 06, 1987    Florence   

The Virgin Tour 1985

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Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album Madonna, Like a Virgin
Start date: April 10, 1985
End date: June 11, 1985
Legs: 1
Number of shows: 40 in North America
Box office: US$5 million
($11 million in 2016 dollars)

SETLIST

Dress You Up
Holiday
Into the Groove
Everybody
Angel
Gambler
Borderline
Lucky Star
Crazy for You
Over and Over
Burning Up
Like a Virgin
Material Girl
 

Tour Dates

March 25, 1985    Toronto    
April 10, 1985    Seattle    
April 12, 1985    Seattle    
April 13, 1985    Seattle    
April 15, 1985    Portland    
April 16, 1985    Portland    
April 19, 1985    San Diego    
April 20, 1985    San Diego    
April 21, 1985    Costa Mesa    
April 23, 1985    San Francisco
April 26, 1985    Los Angeles    
April 27, 1985    Los Angeles    
April 28, 1985    Los Angeles    
April 30, 1985    Tempe
May 03, 1985    Dallas    
May 04, 1985    Houston    
May 05, 1985    Austin    
May 07, 1985    New Orleans    
May 09, 1985    Tampa    
May 10, 1985    Orlando    
May 11, 1985    Hollywood    
May 14, 1985    Atlanta    
May 16, 1985    Cleveland    
May 17, 1985    Lexington    
May 18, 1985    Chicago    
May 20, 1985    Chicago    
May 21, 1985    St. Paul    
May 25, 1985    Detroit    
May 26, 1985    Detroit    
May 28, 1985    Pittsburgh    
May 29, 1985    Philadelphia    
May 30, 1985    Hampton    
June 01, 1985    Columbia    
June 02, 1985    Worcester    
June 03, 1985    Milwaukee    
June 06, 1985    New York City    
June 07, 1985    New York City    
June 08, 1985    New York City    
June 10, 1985    New York City    
June 11, 1985    New York City

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