Madonna Tickets

Madonna

Pop stars don’t come much bigger than Madonna. With a career spanning four decades she has managed to revolutionise the world of pop music with boundary-pushing lyrics and provocative videos. If you want to see the “Queen of Pop” in concert then Ticketbis has got the tickets! Get your Madonna tickets with us! Madonna has built up a reputation for doing the unexpected and making you love it. Her ability to play with genres and styles has seen her adopt legions of fans from all over the world. From the early days of “Material Girl” and “Like a Virgin” to her latest single “Living for Love” Madonna has proven that she has the magic touch! See her live in concert by getting your Madonna tickets right here!

It all started for Madonna when she moved from her hometown in Michigan to New York. She arrived with just thirty-five dollars in her pocket and kept afloat by working as a waitress at Dunkin´ Donuts and as a backing dancer. She slowly started creeping into the music industry forming two bands along the way. One of her songs landed in the lap of DJ Mark Kamins who arranged a meeting with Sire Records founder Seymour Stein and it led to her singing a deal with the record company and releasing her first single “Everybody”. Fast forward to today and Madonna has released twelve studio albums all which have reached the top ten and eight of which have claimed the top spot. Then there are all the hit singles she has had along the way including “Like a Prayer”, “Music”, “Ray of Light”, “4 Minutes” and “Papa Don’t Preach”. As well as writing her own songs, she is also an award-winning actress, entrepreneur and philanthropist- Madonna is a true superstar! You can see her perform live by getting your Madonna tickets at Ticketbis!


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Upcoming events in United Kingdom

The O2, London, United Kingdom
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Manchester Arena , Manchester, United Kingdom
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Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Madonna Miami American Airlines Arena, Miami, United States
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Madonna Atlanta Philips Arena, Atlanta, United States
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Madonna San Juan Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Madonna Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, United States
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Madonna Los Angeles The Forum, Inglewood, CA, United States
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Madonna Cologne Lanxess Arena, Köln, Germany
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Madonna Prague O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
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Madonna Berlin O2 World, Berlin, Germany
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Madonna Stockholm Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
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Madonna Herning Jyske Bank Boxen, Herning, Denmark
From £123.92 There are +100 tickets left
From £123.92 There are +100 tickets left
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Madonna Turin Pala Alpitour (Ex Palaolimpico), Torino, Italy
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Madonna Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
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Madonna Antwerp Sportpaleis , Antwerpen, Belgium
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Madonna Amsterdam Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Madonna Paris Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France
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Madonna announces Rebel Heart world tour

Mon 10:12 02 Mar
Madonna fans are thrilled this week after Madonna announced a new world tour which is set to begin in August 2015. Plans to visit thirty-five cities are in the pipeline, including places the Queen of Pop has not visited in decades. She will be making her way through the USA before crossing the Atlantic in November to begin her European leg in Germany. Four UK dates have initially been announced for December, including shows in London, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

The star recently told Rolling Stone magazine that she likes to be involved in every aspect of her tours, “From the creation of the music… to the details with the buttons and the bows”. She even employed her daughter in her wardrobe department during her last tour – well if you can’t trust family, who can you trust! Madonna’s return to the Brit Awards after twenty years away ended badly this weekend after she took a tumble - she will be hoping to avoid any such mishaps when she travels the world. Her last tour was her 2012 MDNA tour, which grossed a massive $300m – the top-grossing tour of that year.

Madonna gets ready for BRIT Awards

Wed 13:49 25 Feb
The Queen of Pop is set to wow an adoring crowd in London tonight, after preparing what is rumoured to be a knock-out performance for the BRITs 2015. She’s certainly made herself at home at the O2, taking over four dressing rooms with here throne and white cushioned seating. The star has been spotted with an inhaler ahead of her performance of single Living for Love, which is said to help her vocal chords. Madonna’s entourage haven’t gone without anything either, with seven pizzas having been seen delivered to where she is rehearsing. Since the girl herself is restricted to a strict macrobiotic diet, cutting out wheat, eggs, meat and dairy, it is unlikely that she’ll be enjoying a slice!

Madonna is part of a star-studded line-up, which includes Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran. She has performed at the BRITs in the past but not since 1995, when she sang Bedtime Story, although that hasn’t stopped her being nominated twelve times and winning twice. The Queen of Pop has had a tough time of it lately and last week she was removed from the Radio 1 playlist for not fitting with their demographic so she will be keen to prove that she still has it when she performs tonight.

Scottish wrestler makes appeal to Madonna

Mon 10:47 23 Feb
Wresting fans from around the world have been appealing to the Queen of Pop over social media this week and it all has to do with her 1989 hit Like a Prayer.

Glasgow-based Insane Championship wrestler Grado has been using the song as his entrance for several years but was astonished to hear that one of Madonna’s representatives had blocked the song’s use for when he makes his upcoming American television debut for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. After Grado made a personal appeal to who he calls ‘Madge’ on Facebook, #SayYesMadonna trended top of Twitter UK and had more than 2600 shares Facebook.

Madonna is yet to reply to the request to use her song and Grado is running out of time because he fights tonight. Luckily, because wrestling matches are predetermined, the lack of his usual entrance song shouldn’t affect his performance too much! Madonna has had a tough time of it recently and not engaging with fan-favourite Grado will do little to disprove those who claim she has become out of touch. The 56 year-old star has had her songs removed from the BBC Radio 1 playlist – a sign that she doesn’t still enjoy the broad appeal she once did.

BBC defends Madonna 'ban'

Wed 15:58 18 Feb
As an artist constantly changes her style to attract a diverse audience, even the queen of pop must have been slightly disheartened this week when the BBC announced that her playlist is being pulled from Radio 1. Although her tunes were removed on the basis of “audience relevance” and “musical merit”, the 56 year-old artist is now amongst a strong pedigree of artists that have been demoted to the 35 and older age group that Radio 2 attracts – one that includes the likes of Kylie, Robbie Williams and Take That.

It’s been a difficult couple of months for Madonna who was criticised for jumping on the political bandwagon by liking the leak of her latest album to “terrorism” and using the hashtag #jesuischarlie to express her sentiments. It hasn’t been an easy time for the BBC either. Removing Madonna’s songs from Radio 1 will continue to fuel those who feel that the media corporation is promoting an ageist agenda – an accusation that Radio 1 was quick to deny on their Facebook page. It also reminded readers that OAP Paul McCartney currently enjoys two places on the playlist with FourFiveSeconds and Only One. Don’t worry Madonna – we’ll always love you at Ticketbis.