Madonna (64) goes on "Celebration" world tour in 2023. This also takes the "Queen of Pop" to Germany. On November 15th she will be a guest at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne and on November 28th at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin. There are only a few tickets left for both shows. Anyone who was unable to secure their desired place now gets a second chance: on November 16th and 29th, Madonna invites you to additional concerts in Cologne and Berlin.
Regular ticket sales will start next Wednesday, January 25, at 10 a.m. at Ticketmaster. Members of the official Madonna fan club can already order tickets on Tuesday, January 24, between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Special VIP packages can also be purchased from Vip Nation. These include premium tickets, exclusive access to a behind-the-scenes tour, a group photo on stage, a pre-show reception or a limited edition lithograph.
According to Rolling Stone, the price for a seat in the cheapest category is around 55 euros. If you want to experience the pop star up close, you have to dig deeper into your pocket: A ticket in the Golden Circle in front of the stage costs more than 600 euros. There is a normal standing room for about 200 euros.
According to the announcement, Madonna will perform her "mega hits from four decades" and celebrate her "incomparable music catalog of the last 40 years" on the tour. Many of the concerts are already sold out, for which Madonna thanked her in an Instagram video. She is happy about the "love and support" of her fans, which she does not take for granted. She feels like the "happiest girl in the world".