ICON pre-sale tickets 2nd shows Amsterdam & Paris tomorrow at 10am

Tomorrow at 10am the ICON pre-sale tickets for the show in Amsterdam (December 6) and Paris (December 10) will kick off for members:

(December 6) Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam

Fanclub Presale from Thursday 10am. Amex Presale from Monday 10am. General Onsale from Thursday 19th March 10am.

(December 10) Bercy, Paris

Fanclub Presale from Thursday 10am. CITI Presale from Friday 10am. General Onsale from Tuesday 17th March 10am.
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Madonna Claims She ‘Felt Like A Prisoner’ And ‘Couldn’t Express Herself’ During Guy Ritchie Marriage

Madonna claims that, despite her famous hit, she ‘couldn’t express herself’ and ‘felt like a prisoner’ during her seven-and-a-half-year marriage to British director Guy Ritchie.

The singer, who’s not normally known for holding back when it comes to her music, performances and just about anything else, has admitted that she felt Guy was holding her back artistically during their relationship.

Click HERE for full article by Yahoo

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English information regarding 2nd show Amsterdam Rebel Heart Tour

Due to overwhelming demand a second show in the Ziggo Dome has been announced. Madonna will play the Ziggo Dome a second time on Sunday December 6.

General presale will Thursday March 19, a special American express presale through www.americanexpress.nl/livenation is available from Monday March 16 10.00 until Wednesday March 18 15.00.

Ziggo Dome has enough available lockers inside for you all to store your wintercoats and bags! Enough drink and food options available inside.

Fore more informatin visit https://www.mojo.nl/concerten/madonna/

We will keep you up to date with all important information regarding Madonna’s shows in Amsterdam

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Extra show Amsterdam Sunday December 6 Ziggo Dome Press Release

Extra concert Madonna op zondag 6 december in Ziggo Dome
Wegens de grote vraag naar kaarten voor het concert van Madonna is er zojuist een tweede concert in Nederland toegevoegd op zondag 6 december in Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. De concerten maken deel uit van de Rebel Heart Tour waarmee ze 35 verschillende steden aandoet. De kaartverkoop voor het extra concert start donderdag 19 maart om 10.00 uur.

De ‘Rebel Heart’ Tour volgt op de release van Madonna’s nieuwe album Rebel Heart dat wereldwijd al lovende kritieken kreeg.
Zo schreef The Sun ‘De Queen of Pop zal wederom regeren – Madonna zal haar beste album in 17 jaar uitbrengen en het is één van de beste van haar hele carrière.’
Na het geweldige optreden van Madonna tijdens de Grammy Award uitreiking belandden drie songs van Rebel Heart in de top van de iTunes charts. Haar huidige single “Living For Love” staat op nummer 1 in de Billboard Dance Charts. Dit is de 44e keer dat zij bovenaan de top van die lijst prijkt

Naast haar buitengewone succes als artiest, songwriter en producer, heeft Madonna ook de reputatie van één van ‘s werelds meest succesvolle live-artiesten aller tijden. Haar ‘Sticky & Sweet Tour’ uit 2008/2009 gaat de geschiedenisboeken in als de meest winstgevende tournee van een soloartiest en de MDNA tournee uit 2012 was het meeste succesvolle van dat jaar.

Ga naar www.madonna.com en www.livenation.com voor de volledige informatie over de tournee en ticketverkoop.

Van maandag 16 maart 10:00 tot woensdag 18 maart 15:00 is het al mogelijk kaarten voor dit concert te kopen via de speciale American Express presale via www.americanexpress.nl/livenation.
Sky Radio presents

Madonna – Rebel Heart Tour

Zondag 6 december – EXTRA SHOW

Zaterdag 5 december. Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam
Aanvang: 20.00 uur. Entree: € 45, € 75, € 95, € 125 en € 175 (excl. servicekosten)
Meer info over dit concert vind je op: www.mojo.nl/madonna. Kaartverkoop start donderdag 19 maart via: www.ticketmaster.nl en 0900 – 300 1250 (60 cpm).

Dank aan MOJO

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Where Madonna partied until dawn — and more on the Material Girl’s NYC life

Move over, Gaga, and take a hike, Taylor — the true Queen of Pop has returned for her crown.
This week, Madonna released her 13th album, “Rebel Heart,” and it finds her in a reflective mood. In particular, one song called “Veni Vedi Vici” references her early days scraping together rent while living on the Lower East Side before her rise to fame in the mid-’80s. More than 30 years later, the 56-year-old has certainly left her mark around Gotham — and the city is full of Madonna-related history. This is her New York.

Madonna busts a move on the Danceteria rooftop in July 1983. (Photo: Bob Gruen)

Like so many wannabe stars in the 1980s, the Roxy and Danceteria were two places Madonna played to help hone her act. Legendary New York photographer Bob Gruen recalls seeing her perform at both venues. “I first saw her play at the Roxy in 1983,” he tells The Post. “It was the style to wear a lot of belts back then, and she had six or seven of them that would fall down to her knees. She looked pretty awkward, but a few months later, she played on the roof of Danceteria. She had already gotten a lot better and this time, the show was packed.”

Complete article HERE

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Sky Radio 101 FM upcoming Madonna competition

Sky Radio is the official media partner for Madonna’s Rebel Heart tour in Holland. They are running an upcoming comeptition, stay tuned for a teaser in the week of 16-22 March.

Then pay attention in the week of 23-27 March for a chance to win one of a total of 50 tickets to see Madonna. If you hear a Madonna track being played between 9am and 5pm, text ‘MADONNA’ or participate in the app facebook.com/skyradio.

Stay tuned!

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5 reasons to see Madonna’s second show in Edmonton

It is due to “overwhelming” demand that a second Madonna show has been added to her first ever appearance in Edmonton: Monday, Oct. 12 at Rexall Place. The Sunday, Oct. 11 show is SOLD OUT.

The Queen of Pop tours upon her 13th studio record,Rebel Heart, a free online copy of which comes with the online purchase of any ticket. Seats for the new show go on sale Monday, March 16, from $56 to $380 and up.

Full article by Gigcity

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The Many Heresies of Madonna Louise Ciccone

“Why was she gay? Come on!”

Irked, Madonna twists her fingerless lace gloves, exposing a bejeweled skull on her ring finger. It’s a Friday night in the dead of winter, and we’re sitting in a windowless office in an anonymous skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. The drab space has been enhanced at Madonna’s request with a few cultural cues: Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless streams in an adjoining room, while Carl Dreyer’s 1928 masterpiece, The Passion of Joan of Arc, streams in this one, as the Queen of Pop lashes me for my ignorance regarding the Maid of Orleans. The lashing is figurative, but Madonna’s impatience is real. I’m only stating the obvious, I think, in observing that the virgin warrior must have been gay, but what this lazy assumption tells Madonna is that I have completely missed the point of Joan of Arc.

By extension, I have also missed the point of Rebel Heart, Madonna’s 13th studio album, the eighth track of which is “Joan of Arc,” a hauntingly beautiful mash-up of country and pop. “Joan of Arc” is one of the strongest tracks on the record, which, in its full Super Deluxe edition, comprises a staggering 25 songs, a dozen genres, scores of collaborators (ranging from rodeo raver Avicii to boxer and convicted rapist Mike Tyson), and nearly 100 minutes, making it the most protracted album of her career. As a manically curated compendium of contemporary beats — grasping for relevance in virtually every musical sub-niche — it could also be called her most ambitious album. All of which helps to explain why it matters to Madonna that I bring some rigor to my assessment of Saint Joan’s sexuality. Rebel Heart is not a gay-club dance album, and Joan of Arc was not a gay saint.

“OK, she dressed like a boy and she cut off her hair,” Madonna says. “That’s what the church tried to say. Also that the dauphin who supported her, that he was gay.” She bristles at the stupidity of equating a hairdo and a suit of armor with sexual orientation, and I, evidently no better than an English cardinal, sag with shame.

Read the full article by OUT magazine here

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