Barcelona, the only stop on his greatest hits tour
Eight years later, Madonna will return to Spain in 2023. The 64-year-old queen of pop has announced today her long-awaited world tour “The Celebration Tour” in which she will perform all the hits from her impressive catalogue, and the only stop she will make in our country will be in Barcelona, on November 1.
The tour will visit 35 cities and will begin in July in the United States. The tickets for his concert in Barcelona will be on sale this friday starting at 10 in the morning and can be purchased on the singer’s official website, livenation.es and ticketmaster.es.
Madonna will perform in the fall at eleven european cities. His closest performances to the one in Barcelona will be on November 6 in Lisbon and on the 12th and 13th of that same month in Paris.
[¿Tiene Madonna un valioso cuadro “destruido” en la I Guerra Mundial? Un pueblo francés cree que sí]
“The Celebration Tour” shows Madonna’s artistic journey throughout four decades, a tour in which he pays homage to the city of New York. “I’m excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they’ve been waiting for,” said the singer, who is the female artist who has sold the most records in the entire history of music, no less than 300 million, according to Guinness World Records.
In it tour announcement video, Madonna is accompanied by personalities such as Diplo, Judd Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Bob The Drag Queen, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre or Amy Schumer, all sitting at the same table. The video ends with Madonna raising a glass of champagne and addressing the camera: “Welcome to the party, bitches.”
Madonna, winner of seven Grammy Awards, published last year the collection Finally Enough Lovewhich reflects the plus side dance from their repertoire and contains your favorite remixes of those songs, by some of the best producers in the world.
All remixes have been remastered by Mike Dean, who has produced Madonna’s last two albums: rebel heart (2015) and Madame X (2019).
The repertoire of Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones Running mostly in chronological order, it shows the different reinventions that have made Madonna a global icon, from “Holiday” to “I Don’t Search I Find.”
The list of remixers includes DJs and producers such as Bob Sinclar, William Orbit, Honey Dijon, Avicii or Felix Da Housecat. The album also contains collaborations with stars such as Maluma, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake or Nicki Minaj.
Interestingly, the announcement of her tour has coincided with other news about Madonna today. According to a French town, the diva is the current owner of a valuable 18th-century painting that allegedly disappeared or was destroyed during World War I and was on display at the local fine arts museum when the war broke out. Now, the mayoress of the town asks him to lend it to reinforce her project of European cultural capital in 2028.
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