Queen of pop, Madonna, has added a third and fourth date in London for her The Celebration Tour due to high demand. Madonna was initially scheduled to play just once in the capital, but will now take to the stage on four separate dates.
On Thursday evening (January 19) Madonna announced a second show in London due to great demand, but will now perform four times. It is unclear if she will add more shows as her schedule gets more hectic.
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.
When her tour was announced, it was 35 dates, but is now 39 after the announcement of three new shows at London. It’s also unclear if she will visit more of the UK due to high demand for her London shows.
On the tour, 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 extra shows in the capital. She will now be performing on October 14, 15, 17 and 18.
Madonna at O2 Arena, London - how to get tickets
Tickets to see Madonna in London went on sale at 10am on Friday, January 20. People will have to act fast as there is a queue and all dates are on ‘low availability’. Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster.
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