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Madonna announces tour dates, plans to make hundreds of millions of dollars

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Madonna is taking her matador obsession and creaky, almost broken hip on tour. The singer’s newly announced Rebel Heart tour kicks off August 29 in Miami and will hit 34 other cities across North America and Europe before wrapping up December 20 in Scotland. The whole shebang is in support of Madonna’s new Rebel Heart album, which hits stores and online retailers next Tuesday, March 10. All dates are below, as is the very red video for the singer’s latest single, “Living For Love.”


The Rebel Heart tour is Madonna’s first tour since 2012’s MDNA run. That tour grossed nearly $300 million.

Madonna tour 2015

August 29—American Airlines Arena—Miami, Florida
Sept. 2—Philips Arena—Atlanta, Georgia
Sept. 5—Coliseo De Puerto Rico—San Juan, Puerto Rico
Sept. 9—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
Sept. 12—Verizon Center—Washington, D.C.
Sept. 16—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
Sept. 19—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York
Sept. 24—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sept. 26—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
Sept. 28—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
Oct. 1—Joe Louis Arena—Detroit, Michigan
Oct. 3—Boardwalk Hall—Atlantic City, New Jersey
Oct. 5—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
Oct. 8—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
Oct. 11—Rexall Place—Edmonton, Alberta
Oct. 14—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct. 17—MODA Center—Portland, Oregon
Oct. 19—SAP Center At San Jose—San Jose, California
Oct. 22—Gila River Arena—Glendale, Arizona
Oct. 24—MGM Grand Garden Arena—Las Vegas, Nevada
Oct. 27—Forum—Los Angeles, California
Nov. 4—Lanxess Arena—Koln, Germany
Nov. 7—O2 Arena—Prague, Czech Republic
Nov. 10—Mercedes-Benz Arena—Berlin, Germany
Nov. 14—Tele 2 Arena—Stockholm, Sweden
Nov. 17—Jyske Bank Boxen—Herning, Denmark
Nov. 21—Pala Alpitour—Turin, Italy
Nov. 24—Palau Sant Jordi—Barcelona, Spain
Nov. 28—Sportpaleis—Antwerp, Belgium
Dec. 1—O2 Arena—London, United Kingdom
Dec. 5—Ziggo Dome—Amsterdam, Holland
Dec. 9—Bercy—Paris, France
Dec. 14—Manchester Arena—Manchester, United Kingdom
Dec. 16—Barclaycard Arena—Birmingham, United Kingdom
Dec. 20—The SSE Hydro—Glasgow, Scotland

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