“Madonna Announces Worldwide “Celebration Tour”: Dates, Locations, and How to Purchase Tickets”
When the singer's 35-city tour begins this summer across North America and Europe, you may dance to the icon's greatest hits.
Madonna Announces Worldwide
Madonna welcomed the ladies to the celebration when she announced the details of her upcoming worldwide Celebration Tour. Madonna’s 2023 tour dates, which will visit 35 locations in North America and Europe and celebrate four decades of the superstar’s biggest hits, will begin this summer.
Amy Schumer challenged Madonna in the video announcing the tour, which also featured Judd Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Diplo, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre, and Bob The Drag Queen, who will open for Madonna on the 2023 dates: “Madonna, I dare you to do a world tour and play your greatest motherfuckin’ hits.”
Madonna answers, “Four decades… as in, 40 years.” Do you mean all those songs?
Although he hasn’t officially shared the 2023 set list, the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer discusses songs like “Like a Virgin” and even performs “La Isla Bonita” with Schumer later in the clip. There is no shortage of Madonna’s biggest songs to select from, so concertgoers may hear anything from “Holiday” from her self-titled debut to the disco classic “Hung Up” from 2005’s Confessions on a Dance Floor to “Frozen” from 1998’s Ray of Light. Fans will have to wait to learn which songs are actually included in the Celebration Tour performances when they begin this summer, on July 15, 2023, at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
Where to Buy Madonna Concert Tickets in 2023
You don’t have to wait to purchase Madonna tickets for her 2023 tour: On January 17 and 18, the Fan Club and Citi presale for the Celebration Tour began on Ticketmaster. The general public sale began on Friday, January 20, through Madonna’s website and Ticketmaster.
Despite being months away, the Celebration Tour is already expected to rank among the most popular performances of the year. Fans can still try finding Madonna tickets on ticket resale websites like StubHub and SeatGeek if they aren’t fortunate enough to purchase them when they go on sale. For some areas, tickets are selling for as little as $64, while others, like Ticketmaster, are selling them for more than $2,000.
Madonna will tour across the United States for the remainder of the year, making stops at venues like Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena, Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena, two nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, as well as Los Angeles, Vegas, and other cities, before heading to Europe for the tour’s second leg.
In a previous statement announcing the tour, Madonna said, “I am delighted to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the concert they have been waiting for. The Celebration Tour schedule in its entirety is shown here.
Dates for Madonna’s The Celebration Tour in 2023
Vancouver, BC on July 15 at Rogers Arena
Seattle, Washington on July 18 at Climate Pledge Arena
Phoenix, Arizona on July 22 at Footprint Center
Denver, Colorado on July 25 at Ball Arena
Tulsa, OK on July 27 at the BOK Center
St. Paul, MN on July 30 at the Xcel Energy Center
Cleveland, Ohio on August 2 at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Detroit, Michigan on August 5 at Little Caesars Arena
Pittsburgh, PA on August 7 at PPG Paints Arena
Chicago, IL on August 9 at the United Center
Toronto, Ontario – August 13 – Scotiabank Arena
19 August – Centre Bell, Montreal, Quebec
23 August – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
New York, NY on August 24 at Madison Square Garden
Boston, MA on August 30 at TD Garden
Washington, DC on September 2 at Capital One Arena
5 September – State Farm Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
Tampa, FL on September 7 at Amalie Arena
Miami, FL on September 9 at Miami-Dade Arena
13 September – Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Dallas, Texas, September 18 at the American Airlines Center
Sept. 21 – Moody Center, Austin, Texas ATX
27 September – Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles, California
San Francisco, California, October 4, Chase Center
Oct. 7 – T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
Oct. 14: The O2 in London, UK Oct. 21: Sportpaleis in Antwerp, BE
25 October – Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
Stockholm, SE @ Tele2 on October 28th
Barcelona, Spain on November 1 at Palau Sant Jordi
Lisbon, PT on November 6 at Altice Arena
Paris, France – Nov. 12 – Accor Arena
Paris, France – Nov. 13 – Accor Arena
15 November – Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
Milan, Italy, November 23rd, Mediolanum Forum
28 November: Berlin, DE at the Mercedes-Benz Arena
Amsterdam, NL on December 1 at Ziggo Dome