Every once in a while there's an entertainer that transcends genre's and generations, and over the last 30 years nobody has fit the bill more than Madonna. Since she burst on the scene with her provocative lyrics and unique public persona, she has gone on to be one of the best-selling artists of all time and has been a staple of the music scene. Madonna got her big break with her self-titled debut. Released in 1983, the album was a smash hit and became one of the most popular albums of the year, eventually cracking the top 10 on the Billboard 200 charts. The record featured a number of now-classic hits including "Everybody," "Borderline," "Holiday," and "Lucky Star." Madonna's second album, 1984's Like a Virgin, remains one of the seminal records of the decade. Along with the iconic title track, the album helped cement her place in pop music thanks to tracks like "Material Girl" and "Dress You Up." Madonna would continue to wow audiences throughout the 90’s and 2000’s and has been listed as an inspiration to many of today’s top acts. Few artists are as instantly recognizable as the pop star from Michigan and Madonna is among the most beloved artists of all time. In March of 2015, Madonna released her 13th studio album titled Rebel Heart. Rebel Heart was released 30 years after Madonna’s debut album and marks a lifetime of music brilliance for the artist. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Madonna Rebel Heart Tour Tickets.
Madonna at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY
Madonna is one of the most successful tour artists of all time, and the Madison Square Garden has been a top destination on Madonna’s Tours throughout her career. For many of Madonna’s tours, one show at Madison Square Garden has not been enough to quench demand, allowing the artist to schedule shows at MSG on multiple nights. Tickets to see Madonna at Madison Square Garden sell in incredibly high number for each and every one of Madonna’s tours.
Madonna at United Center in Chicago, IL
A frequent stop for Madonna’s tours is the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. Madonna typically performs at the United Center in front of around 20,000 fans. Madonna is known for utilizing unique and eccentric stage setups when performing at the United Center, with stages often including runways through the crowd. Tickets to see Madonna at the United Center generally sell quickly and the legend is almost always in front of a sold out crowd.
Madonna at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.
The top destination to see Madonna perform in Washington, D.C. is at the Verizon Center. The Verizon Center features a concert capacity of over 18,000 fans, and Madonna performances at the Verizon Center are almost always sold out. The Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. has only been open for the last two decades, but has already become a favorite venue for Madonna tours.
Rebel Heart Tour
Following the release of her 13th studio album Rebel Heart, Madonna embarks on her 10th worldwide concert tour. The Rebel Heart Tour begins on August 29th, 2015 in Miami Florida and sites across North America, including New York, Chicago, Toronto, Las Vegas, and many more. Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour marks the first time that Madonna has hit the road in over 3 years and is one of the most anticipated tours of 2015. In making the Rebel Heart album, Madonna collaborated with fellow stars Avicii, and Diplo, a team that should make the production of the Rebel Heart Album as big as ever for Madonna. Rebel Heart Tour tickets are expected to be some of the most sought after of the year and Rebel Heart Tour ticket prices are expected to rise throughout the year.
In 2012, Madonna released her 12th studio album titled MDNA. The album was quickly a hit a rumors evolved of a world tour in support of the album. Those rumors were confirmed true and Madonna’s MDNA Tour kicked off on May 31, 2012 and circled the globe with shows across North America, Europe, South America, and Asia. In typical Madonna fashion, the MDNA Tour was huge, ending as one of the highest grossing tours of 2012.