Tickets for Madonna’s two live concerts in Macau, as part of her “Rebel Heart Tour,” will go on sale Friday, Oct. 16, at 11a.m.
The two shows will be the first time that Madonna has performed live in Macau. Both shows will be staged at Melco Crown Entertainment’s 5,000-seat venue, the Studio City Event Center (SCEC), on February 20 and 21, 2016.
Studio City President, Mr. JD Clayton, said that the SCEC “is already proving to be an important live entertainment venue attracting the world’s biggest artists and it will be the most intimate venue Madonna performs in during this tour.
“With only 5,000 seats, theater-quality acoustics and exclusive seating options … the skillfully designed space provides audiences an unmatched atmosphere of real intimacy with the performers, both in terms of physical closeness to the artists and quality of music delivery,” he said in a press release.
Sources close to the organization told the Macau Daily Times that “the chance of adding a third concert at Studio City is virtually nil,” following the announcements regarding Hong Kong and Bangkok, where one extra concert was added in each city.
Madonna has been doing more than her regular concert performances this week. According to Minnesota Public Radio she reportedly spent some time with pop-legend Prince.
The radio station reported that around 30 Prince fans were summoned to Paisley Park late on Thursday evening for something “extra special.” The summoned group had been dancing to a mix of 1980s pop tunes when Madonna walked in, only hours after her performance in St. Paul as part of the “Rebel Heart Tour”.
Reportedly, Prince emerged later, took the stage and played a set, as Madonna sat on the edge of the stage at his feet. Minnesota Public Radio reported that Madonna looked up at him adoringly as he sang.
Ticket pricing for Madonna’s “Rebel Heart Show” at the SCEC:
Club Seats – MOP 10,588
Section A Standing – MOP 8,888
Section B Standing – MOP 7,888
Section A Reserve – MOP 8,888
Section B Reserve – MOP 7,888
Section C Reserve – MOP 2,588
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