Madonna’s eagerly awaited Celebration Tour, which had to be rescheduled due to health reasons, is set to commence in just a few months in Brooklyn, New York.
In the month of June, Madonna faced a significant setback in the form of a severe bacterial infection, prompting her hospitalization in an intensive care unit for an extended period, as confirmed by her manager. This unfortunate incident led to the postponement of the North American segment of her Celebration Tour, originally slated to commence on July 15 in Vancouver, British Columbia, and conclude on October 8 in Las Vegas.
The new schedule for her tour reveals that it will kick off on October 14 at London’s renowned O2 Arena. Following her UK and Europe performances, Live Nation recently disclosed a comprehensive rearrangement of Madonna’s North American tour dates. This leg of the tour will now commence on December 13 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, with performances scheduled until April 24, 2024, culminating at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City.
Regrettably, due to logistical conflicts, tour dates in San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Nashville, Tennessee, had to be canceled. Those who purchased tickets will be eligible for refunds. At the time of the initial announcement of the tour’s delay, Madonna took to Instagram to express her gratitude for the support and blessings in her life, emphasizing her commitment to regaining her health and returning to her fans soon.
Her manager, Guy Oseary, was the first to break the news about Madonna’s health setback, revealing that she was battling a severe bacterial infection that necessitated her ICU stay. He assured the public that while her health was improving, she was still under medical observation, with a full recovery anticipated.