‘I Don’t Search I Find’ Honey Dijon Remixes EP is available now by clicking the link below
1 I Don’t Search I Find (Honey Dijon Remix)
6:58 € 1,29
2 I Don’t Search I Find (Honey Dijon CLUBMIX)
6:07 € 1,29
3 I Don’t Search I Find (Honey Dijon RADIOMIX)
5:22 € 1,29
Released: 6 dec. 2019
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As previously announced and per doctor’s orders, Madonna had to cancel her scheduled Madame X tour shows in Boston so she can “come back stronger and better” for the upcoming Philadelphia ones. And since Madame X is… bringing light to dark places, she decided that:
1. All fans who originally purchased a VIP package to one of the cancelled Boston shows will be mailed a copy of the Madame X VIP book!
2. If you had tickets to one of the Boston shows and are able to attend the December 10 one in Philadelphia, please let us know by emailing email@example.com with your original Boston ticket order confirmation before 4pm on December 8th, using « Madame X, I’m Philly Ready! » as your email’s subject line. You never know what may happen! :)
Hope to see you on the road!
The Madame X team
Beardrop db / db / db prod are very happy to announce partnership with another great page as well as a Dutch Madonna fan website!
Sign up and stay connected on the MadonnaOnStage page for tickets for both parties (Madame X Paris Tour / After Show / Side One & Madame X Tour Paris / After Show / Side Two) will be up for grabs!
And a big thank you to the website https://madonnaunderground.com & the MadonnaUnderground (facebook) page!
And a special thanks to Fred Faurtin 😘
Four years ago today on the evening of the Dutch tradition of childrens’ celebration ‘Sinterklaas’, Madonna performed the first of two Rebel Heart shows in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
Madonna didn’t spent as much time in Amsterdam like she did during the MDNA Tour in 2012, where she visited the cinema, went for a boat ride and generally played the tourist along with then boyfriend Brahim. She arrived shortly before the show and kept to herself throughout her stay.
Madonna started the show around 10pm and really got the crowd going from ‘True Blue’ onwards. Sadly a crew member’s boyfriend was chosen to be the unapologetic bitch that evening instead of a fan from the crowd. During the 80’s medley Madonna performed both Secret and Don’t Tell Me.
The Ziggo Dome was absolutely packed! No room at all on the floor to move around, find some space and have a dance.
Check out our photo gallery HERE
Check out our photo gallery (press invite) HERE
Madonna – Madame X Tour
The Met Philadelphia
858 N. Broad St.
Saturday, Dec. 7; Sunday, Dec. 8; Tuesday, Dec. 10, Wednesday, Dec. 11, 10:30 p.m.
$95 – $1,715
There are some artists that defy easy characterization. Madonna is one of them. Taking her place among mononymous icons like the aforementioned Cher, Madonna has remained relevant in an industry that favors youth and immediacy rather than experience and output. From her days as a struggling dance artist to international superstardom, Madonna has made groundbreaking strides in a male-dominated industry. She also set the bar for creativity and unbridled self-expression while shaking off controversies along the way. Though she ruled the 80s with hits like “Holiday,” “Borderline” “Vogue” “Like A Prayer,” “Papa Don’t Preach” and more, she doesn’t always get the respect she deserves. But if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Gwen Stefani and many others owe her for inspiration. Madonna’s latest release, “Madame X” came out earlier this year. (Note: Phones will be secured via Yondr bags, but will remain with concertgoers and can be accessed if necessary.)
More at WHYY
Since 1983’s self-titled debut, Madonna has played (at least) a dozen different stage roles, including that of a lingerie-clad sex symbol, guitar-strumming cowboy and spiritual songstress. She assumes the role of a globe-trotting superspy on Madame X, her latest album and world tour coming to the Met Dec. 7, 8, 10 and 11. “Madonna is a collage artist who collects and glues together cultural elements, attitudes and environments, and creates a larger work of greater influences,” says Rahsaan Lucas, Philadelphia club DJ and owner-operator of AfroTaino Productions. What makes Madame X so fresh and flavorful is its reach into Latinx sounds, electronic and organic. “Madonna doesn’t take small bites of inspiration; she chomps down by the mouthful. It’s no wonder she found inspiration in the sounds of the Latin and African diaspora,” says Lucas. Madonna will always keep morphing, and she will keep moving to whatever beat she likes. In the spoken word intro of Madame X, she says: “You can never hit a moving target.” If we haven’t learned anything about Madonna over the past 33 years, let us learn that. Tickets from $95, VIP tickets from $750, 858 N. Broad St., 800.653.8000, themetphilly.com
More at Philadelphia Style mag
New Madame X Tour items alert + this week only, buy 1 tour item and get 1 with 20% off. Use MXTOUR at checkout: shop.madonna.com
Calling all Madonna fans in the Greater Los Angeles Area! UCLA Film & Television Archives is screening the 80s Film classic Desperately Seeking Susan, starring Rosanna Arquette and Madonna, at the Billy Wilder Theater, located at 10899 Wilshire Blvd., in Los Angeles, Saturday, December 7, starting at 7:30pm (part of a double feature, so possibly playing later than 7:30pm).
For those living under a proverbial rock, Desperately Seeking Susan is a 1985 American comedy-drama film directed by Susan Seidelman. Set in the the filthy streets of New York, the plot involves the interaction between two women – a bored housewife and a trashy drifter – linked by various messages in the personal column of a newspaper. New Jersey housewife Roberta Glass (Rosanna Arquette) spices up her life by reading personal ads, especially a series of them being placed by a mysterious denizen of New York City named Susan (Madonna). When one of Susan’s ads proposes a rendezvous with her suitor (Robert Joy) at Battery Park, Roberta secretly tags along. But when her voyeuristic jape ends in memory loss and Susan’s jacket, it’s a case of mistaken identity with Roberta getting a lot of unwanted attention from some unsavory characters.
The film was Madonna’s first major screen role and also provided early roles for a number of other well-known performers, such as John Turturro, Laurie Metcalf, Aidan Quinn, and Steven Wright. The New York Times named it one of the ten best films of 1985.
The print is provided by UCLA Film & Television Archive; 35mm, color, 103 min.
The Screening is all part of a two-day 80s film festival promoting the book “Make My Day: Movie Culture in the Age of Reagan,” by J. Hoberman.
The book reflects on a presidency inspired by the dominant medium of the 20th century before Twitter, that of Ronald Reagan and the movies. A former Hollywood actor who parlayed a finely-tuned ability to hit his mark into a political career that led from the governorship of California to the White House, Reagan fused spectacle and politics to seize hold of the American popular imagination and consequently shape the world we inhabit now. In his latest riveting cultural history, Make My Day: Movie Culture in the Age of Reagan, J. Hoberman surveys the psychic landscape of Reagan’s America from the child-like nostalgia of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg to the painful reckoning with Vietnam in the violent action fantasies starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. One of our foremost film critics, Hoberman weaves a magisterial account of the era’s transformative events together with incisive readings of its pop cultural touchstones to craft a galvanizing take on Reagan and his legacy. The Archive is hosting Hoberman for both nights with a book signing before each show beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the lobby of the Billy Wilder Theater.
The Desperately Seeking Susan screening is part of two films being shown for the price of one. The other film is Back to the Future, starring Michael J. Fox.
To purchase tickets, visit: https://www.cinema.ucla.edu/events/2019/12/7/back-to-the-future-desperately-seeking-susan.
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Celebrating the loss of too many on WORLD AIDS DAY🌎🌍🌏We all must dedicate ourselves to spreading awareness of the AIDS pandemic spread by the spread of HIV infection. We all mourn those who have died too soon of this disease. #Martinburgoyne #keithharing
Four years ago today Madonna played the second and final night of the Rebel Heart Tour in the O2 in London.
During the gypsy section she surprised the crowd by performing ‘Drowned World/Substitute For Love’ and dedicating it to David Collins who passed away. This was the one and only time she performed this particular song during the tour.
The crowd wasn’t as energetic as the first night and Madonna seemed to notice too.
Stella McCartney was tonight’s (quite shy) unapologetic bitch!
Check out our personal video footage below and photo gallery HERE
Madonna’s return to Philly at the Met is on December 10th, and Coop & Casey have your tickets every day this week at 9am!
Madonna On-Air Giveaway Contest
CONTEST DATE RANGE: December 2nd, 2019 to December 6th, 2019
For the Madonna tickets On Air Giveaway Contest, on Monday, December 2nd, 2019 through Friday, December 6th, 2019, listen to the station at approximately 9:00am (ET) for the cue to call and your chance to be the correct caller to 844-966-5965. Upon verification, the correct caller as designated and announced by the station will win two (2) tickets to Madonna at the Met on December 10th, 2019, valued at $500 and courtesy of 96.5 TDY. There will be a total of five (5) winners. Otherwise, 96.5 WTDY general contest rules apply and are available by clicking HERE.
Four years ago today Madonna played the first of two Rebel Heart Tour shows in the O2 in London.
Neil Gallagher was seated in the front row near the heart stage but had trouble getting access as fans had claimed his spot. Guy Oseary came and saved the day. Fans were pleasantly surprised when ‘Wanna Be Startin’ Something’ started quite early.
Madonna performed a fantastic show and got the crowd going from the start. She addressed World Aids Day in the ‘gypsy’ section and performed ‘Who’s That Girl’.
Graham Norton was a true unapologetic bitch!
To view our photo gallery click HERE
David Morales, Danny Tenaglia, Masters At Work, Green Velvet, Junoir Vasquez, Shep Pettibone, and now me. I am deeply honored to follow in the footsteps of these pioneers and legends in remixing Madonna. Out Dec 6th!! @djdavidmorales @dannytenagliaofficial @mastersatwork_ @officialgreenvelvet @djjuniorvasquez @madonna #legends #nyc #honeyfuckingdijon #madonna #chicagotouch
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Everyone that passed on their details to us last night regarding their vip gift, does not need to send it again. As confirmed to you last night your details have been passed on to Live Nation and the book will be shipped out to you. You might be contacted by a Live Nation representative by Monday. The announcement has now also been posted on Madonna.com. If you still don’t get your books in a few weeks time send us a message.
You are still welcome to contact us with any questions
Madame X Tour VIP gift WILL be send out to people outside the U.S. and Canada (but we need your details)
Many fans have been informed by Live Nation and/or Ticketmaster that due to location they weren’t getting their Madame X Tour VIP gift reason being not having the license to sell those items outside the U.S.
This information is incorrect!
Everyone who purchased a VIP package has the full right to receive their VIP gift regardless of location.
Please if you’re having issues with this e-mail us your full details (name, address, e-mail conversation with either Live Nation or Ticketmaster) to firstname.lastname@example.org
so we can forward your details.
Can everyone that purchased a VIP package to the Madame X Tour in the U.S. and flew in from abroad message us with the e-mail stating you weren’t going to get the VIP gift?
We have read many messages online regarding this fact and we’re currently working on it.
Please contact us with your full details, e-mail messages from Live Nation (or Ticketmaster) and what you did get in the end to: email@example.com