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Madonna will start the tour of “Madame X” with four concerts in New York

 New York, .- Madonna announced Monday that the tour to present her new album “Madame X” will start in September in New York with seven nights at the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, since her “tour” will be enjoyed as a novelty in the “intimacy” of European and American theaters.

From September 12 to 22, the “blond ambition” will perform in this space of the New York district of Brooklyn, very different from the usual stadiums of their previous shows.

After that, he will stop at the Chicago Theater on October 15, 16, 17 and 21 and at The Wiltern in Los Angeles from November 12 to 17.
Madonna’s official website also confirms that more dates will soon be announced in other cities and that the tour will also visit Las Vegas, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami, Lisbon, London and Paris.

After “Medellín” and “I rise”, published last Friday, there will be five songs that he will anticipate of his new album, “Madame X”, which is published on June 14: “Crave” on May 10, the ” dancehall “titled” Future “with Quavo on May 17 and the” innovator “,” Dark Ballet “on June 7.

The purchase of each ticket will carry as a gift a physical copy of the new album, which deals with the need to reflect on the identity of this character, a spy who travels the world “fighting for freedom and bringing light to dark places”.

For the fourteenth album of her career, Madonna has been a source of inspiration for her residence in Portugal, with 15 cuts “that celebrate the long flirtation” of the artist with Latin music and other external influences.

The interpreter is expected sixty years of acting in the middle of the great finale of Eurovision 2019, on May 18, and interpret one of his new songs, a move that Justin Timberlake already used years ago with his success “Can not stop this feeling “before an audience of close to 200 million people. (EFEUSA)

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