Madonna’s Set List May Be Sticking With Some Old Favorites

Jun 17th, 2008 // 8 Comments

News that Robyn is opening a few dates on Madonna’s Sticky and Sweet Tour this coming summer has just crossed the transom, but–surprise!–those shows will all be in Europe, at least as of this writing. (Perhaps this means she’ll be opening for Madge on this side of the pond come 2011?) While looking for news on who Madonna’s tour support in the States might be, I e-stumbled across what may be a leaked set list for the tour, and even though Hard Candy is far from my favorite album of the year, the older songs she’s picked are mostly killer: “Everybody” (!), “Borderline,” “Dress You Up,” “Rain.” Plus, uh, “Girl From Ipanema”? Scan and Robyn/Madonna tour dates after the jump.


26-August Nice Stade Charles Ehrmann
28-August Berlin Olympic Stadium
30-August Zurich Military Airfield Dubendorf
02-September Amsterdam Arena
04-September Dusseldorf LTU Arena
09-September Frankfurt Commerzbank Arena
14-September Lisbon Parque da Bela Vista
23-September Vienna Danube Island
27-September Athens Olympic Stadium

Sticky And Sweet Set List? [The Diva Report]

  1. Rob Murphy

    I’m sorry to see “Don’t Tell Me” scratched from the list. Killer track.

  2. dyfl

    I don’t want to spend a thousand dollars on tickets and I’m sure all the songs I want to see have been “reimagined” as terrible remixes or goth-rock or something, but I kinda feel like I’m not actually a complete gay man until I’ve seen Madonna live. Is this true?

  3. Chris Molanphy

    @Rob Murphy: IAWTC.

  4. Rob Murphy

    @Chris Molanphy: Wow. I had to google that. Where do I go to surrender my intarwebs license?

    Music-era Madonna was, alas, the last time I really cared about her music. “Music” was also a great track, and the video even featured “Ali G”, long before anyone in the US knew or cared who Sacha Baron Cohen was (adoptively-”British” Madonna of course was well-familiar with his work). And “What It Feels Like For A Girl” would probably be remembered as one of the best songs of her career if it weren’t for that ridiculously Madonna-scandalicious video directed by Guy Ritchie.

  5. Tauwan

    I gotta admit. That setlist is pretty awesome.

  6. Anonymous

    @Rob Murphy: Word. That shit was my jam, even back when I was unsure if I could realistically justify having a personal Madonna jam. Great video, as well.

  7. TimGunn

    Oh man, Robyn and Madonna? I wouldn’t know what to do with myself.

  8. BobbyMoon

    @dyfl: Don’t you know? If you don’t attend a Madonna concert before you die you get sent to purgatory… along with the babies who were never baptized.

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