Madonna To French Kiss Her Backup Dancers All Over The World
Madonna has announced the first string of dates for her world tour, which kicks off in late August in Wales and makes its way to a bunch of baseball stadiums (Dodger Stadium!) and enormodomes arenas in the U.S. beginning in October. The tour–which is (sigh) called the Sticky and Sweet Tour–is Madonna’s first under her 10-year, multimillion-dollar deal with Live Nation. Did you know that her last three tours have grossed a combined $400 million? Ticket prices are going to be between $55 and $300, which should help on that particular “keeping up with past glories” front. Dates after the jump.
23-Aug – Cardiff, Millennium Stadium 26-Aug – Nice, Stade Charles Ehrmann 28-Aug – Berlin, Olympic Stadium 02-Sept – Amsterdam, Arena 04-Sept – Dusseldorf, LTU Arena 06-Sept – Rome, Olympic Stadium 09-Sept – Frankfurt, Commerzbank Arena 11-Sept – London, Wembley Stadium 20-Sept – Paris, Stade de France 03-Oct – E. Rutherford, Izod Center 06-Oct – New York City, Madison Square Garden 07-Oct – New York City, Madison Square Garden 15-Oct – Boston, TD BankNorth Garden 18-Oct – Toronto, Air Canada Centre 22-Oct – Montreal, Bell Centre 26-Oct – Chicago, United Center 30-Oct – Vancouver, BC Place Stadium 01-Nov – Oakland, Oracle Arena 04-Nov – San Diego, Petco Park 06-Nov – Los Angeles, Dodger Stadium 08-Nov – Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Arena 11-Nov – Denver, Pepsi Center 16-Nov – Houston, Minute Maid Park 19-Nov – Philadelphia, Wachovia Center 22-Nov – Atlantic City, Boardwalk Hall 24-Nov – Atlanta, Philips Arena 26-Nov – Miami, Dolphin Stadium