Get Your Vogue Hands Ready

Madonna, the world’s top-selling female recording artist of all-time, has released the dates and tickets for her upcoming 2012 tour. The Madonna World Tour marks Madge’s ninth tour and will include stops in Europe, the Middle East, North America, South America, and Australia.

With top hits like “Material Girl” and “Vogue”, Madonna’s sizable fan base is clamoring for the chance to catch her live again. Her recent Super Bowl XLVI performance was the most watched Halftime show ever, proving that Madonna is still a force to be reckoned with over a quarter century after her first tour, The Virgin Tour, in 1985.

If you’re looking for tickets to any of the stops on the Madonna World Tour, check out our tickets here or feel free to call one of our sales team members at 1.800.SOLD.OUT for personalized help seven days a week.

Date Location  Venue
July 14, 2012 Paris, France Stade de France
August 21, 2012 Nice, France Parc des Sports Charles Ehrmann
August 28, 2012 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
September 4, 2012 Boston, MA TD Garden
September 6, 2012 Bronx, NY Yankee Stadium
September 10, 2012 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place
September 12, 2012 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
September 13, 2012 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
September 19, 2012 Chicago, IL United Center
September 20, 2012 Chicago, IL United Center
September 23, 2012 Washington, DC Verizon Center
September 29, 2012 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
September 30, 2012 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
October 2, 2012 Seattle, WA Key Arena
October 6, 2012 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion
October 10, 2012 Los Angles, CA Staples Center
October 20, 2012 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
November 17, 2012 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena

The Week in TicketCity Search – February 10th

TicketCity Week in Search

Week of
Feb. 6th
1 Eddie Vedder
2 Madonna
3 2 Drake
4 Daniel Tosh
5 San Antonio Rodeo
6 4 Van Halen
7 7 Justin Bieber
8 1 Bruce Springsteen
9 Andrea Bocelli
10 Kentucky Derby

The Boss lost his top spot this week to the whims of a more recent generation, Eddie Vedder fans. Vedder and his ukulele are playing dates across the lower Lower 48 in April and May. Vedder’s touring in support of his recent solo release Ukulele Songs.

Classics abound this week, as Madonna secures the #2 spot, fresh off the Super Bowl half-time show. Her latest world-wide tour heats up this summer and fall. Madonna’s new album, MDNA, hits (some) shelves and (mostly) pod-like devices March 26th.

Drake slips to the third spot, while comedian Daniel Tosh and the SA Rodeo round out the top five. Van Halen kicks off the bottom five, slipping from the #4 spot last week. Beiber fans steadily checking for new concert dates keeps him safe at #7.

Rounding things out this week we have a boy named Andrea and the Derby. Looks like some early shoppers looking for deals for the big race in Louisville. Rest assured, you’ve still got a few months to secure your tickets and pick out your hat. Though if the Derby remains on the countdown the entire time, I will rapidly run out of hat jokes.