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Born in Bay City, Michigan, Madonna is a one-name chart-topper whose teenage dreams became a reality bigger than she could have imagined. While her life may seem idyllic to many, Madonna’s childhood was far from it. Suffering from the loss of her mother at a young age, Madonna decided to channel her energy into something she loved.

As a teenager, Madonna studied dance and she eventually dropped out of college to move to New York City. With little money in her pocket and no credits to her name, Madonna found gigs as a backup dancer for other artists. It wasn’t until the late 1970s that she joined a rock band called the Breakfast Club and acquired a true knack for performing.

By 1985, Madonna was on tour performing her hits including ‘Borderline’ and ‘Lucky Star.’ More than a singer and dancer, Madonna soon became a style icon for teens and young adults worldwide. Her lyrics, outfits, and choreography were iconic, and her second studio album, “Like a Virgin” catapulted Madonna into an entirely new bracket of fame.

Over the years, Madonna has given many memorable performances. But the biggest buzz in 1984 was her performance of ‘Like a Virgin’ at the MTV Video Music Awards. Madonna caused quite a stir in her white wedding dress and white gloves as she stood on top of a wedding cake and danced like no one – or everyone – was watching. Never the one to hide from controversy, Madonna has always caused quite a stir with her performances. Nearly 20 years later, Madonna was still stirring up the MTV VMA’s with her iconic kiss with Britney Spears.

Madonna has sold millions and millions of albums, topping charts both national and worldwide. With more than a dozen studio albums to her name, Madonna is a true showstopper.

Frequently Asked Questions About Madonna Ticket Prices and Madame X Tour

Is Madonna touring?

See above for all scheduled Madonna concert dates and click "favorite" at the top of the page to get Madonna tour updates and discover similar events.

How much are Madonna tickets?

Madonna tickets on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Madonna tickets can be found for as low as $106.00, with an average price of $190.00.

Who's touring with Madonna?

No known opener or special guest will accompany Madonna on the Madame X Tour.

How long are Madonna concerts?

Most concerts last about 2-3 hours but can run shorter or longer depending on the artist, opening acts, encore, etc. Madonna concerts typically last 2.5 hours.

What's Madonna's setlist?

While performances can vary between venues, Madonna setlist will likely include the following songs:

  • God Control
  • Dark Ballet
  • Human Nature
  • Express Yourself (Acapella chorus)
  • Vogue
  • I Don't Search I Find
  • Papa Don't Preach (First verse and chorus)
  • American Life
  • Coffin Interlude
  • Batuka (Live debut)
  • Fado Pechincha (Isabel De Oliveira cover) (First verse)
  • Killers Who Are Partying (Live debut)
  • Crazy (Live debut)
  • Welcome to My Fado Club (Improvised song)
  • La Isla Bonita
  • Sodade (Cesária Évora cover)
  • Medellín
  • Extreme Occident (Live debut)
  • Rescue Me
  • Frozen
  • Come Alive (Live debut)
  • Future
  • Crave (Live debut
  • Tracy Young Mix)
  • Like a Prayer
  • I Rise

Are there age restrictions for Madonna concerts?

Generally if you are under 18, you may have to be accompanied by an adult. Some artists and venues may be unsuitable for certain ages and the age requirements will be listed next to the event above. Currently, Madonna concerts have no restrictions.

Madonna Ticket Prices

The cost of Madonna tickets can vary based on a host of factors. Please see below for a look at how Madonna ticket prices vary by city, and scroll up on this page to see Madonna tour dates and ticket prices for upcoming concerts in your city.

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