Madonna’s Greatest hits show to feature more than 40 songs a rep told MarkMeets
Madonna, the iconic 65-year-old pop sensation, is all set to embark on her first-ever greatest hits tour, and it promises to be more than just a concert. According to her musical director, this tour will be a unique “documentary” that delves into her four-decade-long career, using archive footage and recordings to narrate the story of a record-breaking journey.
Madonna’s return to full health after battling a serious bacterial infection earlier this year has paved the way for The Celebration Tour, which is expected to be nothing short of spectacular.
Madonna’s musical director explained that for this tour, the concept of a “greatest hit” goes beyond just the music. He noted, “A greatest hit doesn’t have to be a song. It can be a wardrobe, it can be a video, or a statement.” This implies that the tour will encompass not only her chart-topping tracks but also her iconic fashion choices, groundbreaking music videos, and her profound impact on the music industry and pop culture.
The level of dedication and perfectionism that Madonna brings to her work is well-known. Her musical director attested to this, saying, “Madonna has very high expectations of how much hard work people will put into something. It’s very uncompromising – but she’s equally as hard on herself.” This unwavering commitment to excellence is what has made Madonna a global superstar for decades.
The break she took to focus on her health not only allowed her to fully recover but also created an opportunity to elevate the upcoming show. The pause served as a catalyst for further enhancements, ensuring that The Celebration Tour will be a memorable experience for all in attendance.
What makes this tour particularly intriguing is the acknowledgment that it might differ “from night to night.” This flexibility, as explained by the musical director, is rooted in Madonna’s dynamic personality. He emphasized that Madonna’s “strong” character will shine through in every performance, creating opportunities for variation. This means that each show will be unique and carry its distinct charm, keeping the audience engaged and eager for more.
Madonna’s reputation for precision and rigorous rehearsals is well-deserved, especially for a tour of this magnitude. With numerous elements and moving parts, every detail needs to be meticulously planned and executed. However, the one element that remains dynamic and ever-evolving is Madonna herself. Her interaction with the audience and her powerful stage presence will ensure that each night brings something fresh and exciting.
When is Madonna playing at London O2’s Arena?
Kicking the ‘Celebration Tour’ off in the Big Smoke, Madonna will play the O2 on Saturday October 14, with more shows on October 15, 17, 18 and December 5 and 6.
When will Madonna come on stage?
Madonna’s exact stage time hasn’t been announced, but with a rumoured 40-strong set list her show could be at least two hours. O2 shows usually end at 11pm for weekday events, while Sunday shows finish at 10.30pm.
What time do doors open?
Doors open to the O2 arena at 6.30pm.
Is there a setlist for her Celebration tour?
Madge and her team are remaining tight-lipped about the ‘Celebration Tour’ set list, but we do know it will span all four decades of her career, meaning hits including ‘Like a Virgin’, ‘Material Girl’, ‘Hung Up’, ‘Papa Don’t Preach’, ‘Vogue’ and ‘4 Minutes’ are all likely to be performed.
Fans are also convinced she will be playing songs ‘Erotica’ and ‘Frozen’ as they are rumoured to have been heard in rehearsals.
How much are Madonna tickets for O2 London?
Unsurprisingly, tickets to see Madonna in London don’t come cheap. When they were first released, seated O2 Arena tickets were on sale at face value for between £47.55 and £432.25, with VIP packages going up to £1,307.75 each. Ouch!
Is Madonna’s Celebration tour sold out?
Madonna initially sold out the London Stadium in a matter of minutes. However, after the tour was postponed due to the singer’s illness, there are a crop of tickets still available on Ticketmaster and other resale sites. Be warned though, they will cost you a pretty penny – available seats on Ticketmaster are ranging from £135 to £1,176.
In conclusion, Madonna’s Celebration Tour promises to be more than just a concert; it will be a comprehensive retrospective of her unparalleled career. Drawing from her extensive archive, it will celebrate not only her musical hits but also her fashion, videos, and cultural impact. With Madonna’s unwavering commitment to perfection and her dynamic stage presence, this tour is shaping up to be an unforgettable experience for fans worldwide.
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