Now that the Queen of Pop is on the mend, Madonna has officially rescheduled the “Celebration Tour” dates that were postponed following a health scare at her Manhattan residence in June.
After the superstar entertainer was hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit to battle a bacterial infection, Madonna was later discharged and recovered at home.
At the time of the occurrence, Madonna’s longtime manager Guy Oseary announced that the singer (born Madonna Louise Ciccone) would be postponing the July start of her tour.
On Tuesday (8.15,) Live Nation confirmed that the rescheduled North American dates will start effective immediately following the originally announced British and Europe shows and that tickets for the previously scheduled gigs will be honored on the new dates. The concert promotion company all confirmed that her July 27 in Tulsa, Dec. 22 in Nashville, Jan. 15 in San Francisco, Jan. 18 in Las Vegas, and Jan. 20 in Phoenix shows will be canceled due to scheduling conflicts and that ticket holders will be refunded.)
“Madonna regrets the inconvenience to fans and hopes to make it up to those markets in the future,” said Live Nation.
The global tour will launch with four sold out shows in London in October, followed by concerts throughout Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands throughout the remainder of this year. And the North American leg of the trek will start in Brooklyn at Barclays Center on December 13.