December 12, 2001 The GHV2 album was certified platinum in the U.S. for 1 000 000 units shipped to stores.
December 12, 2015 • The Rebel Heart Tour • Hallenstadion • Zürich, Switzerland
December 14, 2019 • Madame X Tour • Jackie Gleason Theater • Miami, Florida, U.S.
December 15, 2019 • Madame X Tour • Jackie Gleason Theater • Miami, Florida, U.S.
December 17, 2019 • Madame X Tour • Jackie Gleason Theater • Miami, Florida, U.S.
After many, many years, God and the goddess of pop might have heard our prayers and changed their minds regarding re-releasing Madonna's classics. According to the official website of Warner Bros. Czech Republic www.parlophone.cz, Like A Prayer, the album that confirmed Madonna's indisputible icon status exactly 30 years ago, is planned to be re-released as a 4×CD deluxe set with a catalogue number 0603497849680. This releases is rumoured since July this year, along with other CD, Double CD, 12" Picture Disc and LP, but this is the very fist time on of them appears on an official website of the record label. No word about the content yet. Stay tuned.
According to the Instagram account of Orlando Puerta, the remix of Crave by Tracy Young is going to be released soon: "Hey DJs! in honor of Madonna's Madame X Tour opening week - BAM Residency - The Tracy Young Dangerous Remix of featured in the show is in your inbox now! Can you say congrats, Tracy Young, so proud of you! You delivered another smasher! Official release coming soon!"
International media are coming with their raving reports about Madame X Tour's third show and Rolling Stone's website www.rollingstone.com published two first official photographs. More pictures can be found in the Gallery section.
The wait is over. Madonna's new spectacular theatrical show Madame X Tour has just started. Information we has so far is that Madonna hit the stage at 10:55 PM and the setlist consists of the following songs... [show]God Control • Dark Ballet • Human Nature • Madame X Manifesto (interlude) • Vogue • I Don't Search I Find • Papa Don't Preach • American Life • Coffin (Interlude) • Batuka • Fado Pechincha • Killers Who Are Partying • Crazy • My Fado Club / La Isla Bonita • Sodade • Medellín • Extreme Occident • Rescue Me (interlude) • Frozen • Come Alive • Future • Crave • Like A Prayer • I Rise [hide]
Tomorrow is the night of the Madame X Tour premiere, but Madonna doesn't know how to stop the endless demand for tickets and therefore two more dates have been added in Paris! The new dates are scheduled for 7 & 8 March at Le Grand Rex. Madame X Tour now consists of 90 shows!
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday 20 September at 10:00 CEST, but ICON Lifetime Legacy members receive early access to preferred tickets and VIP Packages. The Icon Legacy Member pre-sale will begin Tuesday 17 September @ 10:00 CEST. As an Icon Lifetime Legacy member, you will be assigned a unique pre-sale code and you may purchase tickets for these new dates, even if you have purchased tickets for other Madame X shows in Paris. Your unique pre-sale code is assigned directly to your www.madonna.com account, found on your logged-in Profile page or Tour page starting prior to 10am CEST on 17 September. Your unique access code is valid for up to four (4) tickets total, and it can be used across multiple shows. For example: 4 tickets to one event only, or 2 tickets for one event and 2 tickets for another event and so on.
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Only two more days are remaining until the premiere of the Madame X Tour in Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn and the queen of pop is keeping fans excited as much as possible posting images directly from the theatre. Most of them can be also found in the Gallery section or on the tour's dedicated page.
From www.variety.com: Madonna’s Eurovision performance earlier this year was panned by many critics. Now she’s being sued over it as well. The KAN Israeli public broadcaster, which produced the Eurovision Song Contest in May, filed a lawsuit in a Tel Aviv court on Thursday against Live Nation and Live Nation Israel. The suit, first reported by Israel’s Yediot Aharonot daily, alleges that Madonna’s representatives violated the terms of their agreement and reneged on financial promises.
A spokeswoman for KAN confirmed that the suit was filed, but declined to comment further. According to online court records, KAN is suing Live Nation for 1.375 million shekels ($390,000). A date for an initial hearing in the case has not been set yet. Live Nation Israel did not respond to a request for comment. According to the court filing, KAN provided Madonna with technical and logistical support that went beyond the Eurovision production, costs that were supposed to be covered by the singer’s team. The additional support included projectors, headphones, additional stage assistants, tents, security and other extra staff. KAN alleges that Live Nation agreed to cover those costs but never paid up, and attempts to recoup the money since the show have been unsuccessful.
Madonna’s appearance fee for the 2019 Eurovision was covered by Canadian-Israeli billionaire Sylvan Adams. KAN publicly battled with the Israeli government over funding for the show, and was forced to take out a 70 million shekel loan (about $20 million) to cover the costs.
The Material Girl’s Eurovision performance was controversial from the start. After drawn-out negotiations, Madonna signed a contract only two days before she took the stage during the show’s grand finale. And KAN producers and the Eurovision organizers were not pleased that the singer displayed Israeli and Palestinian flags on the backs of two dancers during the show, something that had not appeared during rehearsals.
According to www.elusivedisc.com, Warner Music / Rhino are working on some vinyl goodies by the queen of pop to be released in November this year. These are Madonna's first two albums Madonna, Like A Virgin, True Blue and even Who's That Girl on clear vinyl. The release dates are November 8.
UPDATE: They can already be pre-ordered at store.rhino.com
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Only 8 more days are remaining to the premiere of Madame X Tour and the queen of pop is adding even more shows to its itinerary. Madonna will perform her 7th show in Chicago on October 27 and three brand new shows have been added in San Francisco on October 31 and November 2 and 4. Her first since The Virgin Tour.
Ticketmaster, the company officially authorized to sell tickets to Madonna's Madame X Tour, are sending an email to their customers announcing the forthcoming shows of Madame X are going to be a phone-free experience: Use of cellphones, smart watches, smart accessories, cameras or recording devices will not be permitted in the performance space. You need to make note of your seat location prior to entering the building. You will be unable to access your mobile tickets after they are scanned. We suggest making a backup print of your order may be a good idea in case someone is claiming the same seat as yours and avoid mix-ups. Anyone seen using a cellphone during the performance will be escorted out of the venue. To create a phone-free experience, Ticketmaster are using Yondr, a patented system that comprises a mobile phone pouch which closes with a proprietary lock.
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