Singer Madonna keeps Lisbon dates despite tour rescheduling


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US singer Madonna has rescheduled her international “Celebration” tour due to a health problem, but with no changes to the two concerts scheduled for November in Lisbon, promoters Live Nation and Ritmos & Blues have revealed.

The “Celebration Tour” was supposed to start in July in Canada and the United States, with concerts until October, but with the rescheduling the new tour kicks off in Europe on October 14 in London.

In Lisbon, Madonna is keeping the two previously announced dates, on November 6 and 7 at the Altice Arena in Lisbon.

The North American leg of the tour will begin on December 13 in New York.

The tour was suspended at the end of June due to a bacterial infection, and the American artist was hospitalized for several days in an intensive care unit.

“‘The Celebration Tour’ will revisit Madonna’s entire artistic career over four decades and pay homage to New York City – where she began her musical career,” the statement reads.

Madonna, who celebrates her 65th birthday today, last performed in Lisbon in January 2020 as part of her “Madame X” European tour, which took place in smaller, more intimate venues.

The “Madame X” tour and the album that served as its motto were admittedly creatively influenced by Madonna’s experience in Lisbon in previous years, where she came into contact with Lusophone and Latin culture.

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