To commemorate 40 years since the release of her debut album in 1983, music legend Madonna is reportedly planning to reveal the dates for a massive run of concerts.
Since she had previously chosen to concentrate on her new songs, the tour will also mark Madonna’s first compilation performance in history.
She will sing a variety of hits from her distinguished career.
‘Madonna is trying something completely fresh — and genuinely offering fans, young and old, what they want,’ a source told The Sun.
Sources say she aims to reach a completely new audience by utilising the success of songs like Frozen and Material Girl on TikTok.
In the past, she has always preferred to look ahead and concentrate on the new record that she is promoting.
But now that she’s in her mid-sixties, she’s starting over and recreating herself.
As with Madonna’s other performances, it’s expected that this one will be “no holds barred and suitably risqué,” as the celebrity is no stranger to raunchy displays on social media.
On her previous tour, Madonna performed in more smaller theatre settings; however, on this Greatest Hits tour, she is anticipated to take the stage in enormous stadiums.
When she said to Variety last year: “I want to go on tour again, I’m a creature of the stage,” Madonna gave a hint that she was ready to hit the road once more and go on tour.
Madonna last performed at London’s O2 Arena as part of her Rebel Heart tour in 2015—the same year she made headlines for falling to the ground while onstage at the BRIT Awards.
Despite appearing at 75 theatres during her Madame X tour, Madonna had to postpone a number of her performances due to persistent hip and knee problems.
In 1987, she embarked on her Who’s That Girl World Tour and began touring the UK.
She enraged the Church of England in 2006 by staging a mock crucifixion during her Confessions tour in LA.
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