Madonna The Celebration Tour: Queen of Pop adds second London date at O2 Arena - how to get tickets

It’s been 40 years since the world was introduced to Madonna’s music, and she is now heading on a celebration tour including an extra show in London

Due to unprecedented demand, global popstar Madonna has added another date in the UK. When she announced her tour, Madonna only included one UK date but will now perform in London for two nights in a row.

The tour is a 40th year anniversary celebration, marking four decades since Madonna released her first album, Madonna. The years after saw her stock continue to rise as she became one of the world’s biggest stars.

Produced by Live Nation, the 36-city global tour will kick off in North America on Saturday, July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, with stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and more before making its way to Europe where she will hit 11 cities throughout autumn, finally arriving in the UK at the start of next year.

The tour is named Madonna: The Celebration Tour, and is the culmination of a staggering four decades in the music industry. The demand for the tour will undoubtedly be high with Madonna being the best-selling female solo touring artist of all time.

And Madonna won’t be taking the stage all alone. The tour, promising  a ‘one-of-a-kind experience’ will also feature special guest Bob the Drag Queen - otherwise known as Caldwell Tidicue across all dates on the global tour.

When is Madonna performing in London?

Madonna was to take to the stage just once in London, but a huge demand for tickets has forced an extra show in the capital. She will now be performing on Saturday, October 14 and Sunday, October 15 at the O2 Arena.

Madonna at O2 Arena, London - how to get tickets

Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on Friday (January 20). These will be available to purchase through Ticketmaster.

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