Have you missed Madonna? Then you won't have to wait much longer to see her on tour again. The Queen of Pop has announced a new tour in support of her latest album, Rebel Heart, which will be released in North America on Tuesday, March 10. A globe-spanning schedule has been mapped out, including plenty of dates in the United States. In addition to those concerts, Madonna will tour Canada, as well as Germany, Italy, Spain, the U.K. and many other European countries. Tickets will begin to go on sale next Monday, March 9.
Madonna's last tour, the MDNA Tour in 2012, was the 12th biggest concert tour of that year here at TicketNetwork.com*. It was also the third largest pop tour of 2012 on our site, beat out only by One Direction, Justin Bieber, and Big Time Rush. That's clearly a testament to the staying power Madonna has enjoyed throughout the years. Judging by the number one dance chart position of Rebel Heart's lead single, "Living for Love," fans are ready for more Madonna. Soon they'll get their opportunity to see her perform live!
Visit the Madonna page to find tickets to see Madonna in concert.
Updated 1/27/15 10:56am
A blizzard is forecast to hit the Northeastern area of the United States from late Monday to Wednesday. Lots of snow and high winds will make driving very difficult at times on those days. With that in mind, some bands and teams have begun postponing their events.
This list below lists events that have been postponed or cancelled. Keep in mind that the list is by no means an exhaustive list. If you are planning to attend any kind of event in the Northeast on late Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, please check the website for the event, other outreach sources like Twitter and Facebook, and local media for additional news.
On Broadway, Aladdin and The Lion King are CANCELLED for Tuesday, according to the Broadway league's website. You can see other theater updates below.
Most people agree with the term “two are better than one,” which may be why Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean decided to team up for a stadium tour this summer. That said, this won’t be your typical joint tour, such as Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake’s “Legends of the Summer Tour,” which was a tour devoted to the two of them. Instead, Chesney and Aldean will be on their own tours, but will be performing twelve of their shows together. Aldean will be on Leg 2 of his “Burn It Down Tour,” which will most likely feature songs from his recently released album, “Old Boots, New Dirt,” while Chesney will be on his "The Big Revival Tour,” which will be in support of his latest album, “The Big Revival.”