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The Rebel Heart Tour 2015-2016

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The Rebel Heart Tour Itinerary
 
NORTH AMERICA [24 dates]
Sept 9 - Montreal, Quebec - SOLD OUT
Sept 10 - Montreal, Quebec - added
Sept 12 - Washington DC
Sept 16 - New York, New York
Sept 17 - New York, New York - added 
Sept 19 - Brooklyn, New York
Sept 21 - Quebec, Centre Videotron - added
Sept 24 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sept 26 - Boston, Massachussetts
Sept 28 - Chicago, Illinois
Oct 1 - Detroit, Michigan
Oct 3 - Atlantic City, New Jersey
Oct 5 - Toronto, Ontario
Oct 6 - Toronto - Air Canada Center - added 
Oct 8 - St. Paul, Minnesota
Oct 11 - Edmonton, Alberta - SOLD OUT
Oct 12 - Edmonton, Alberta - addedSOLD OUT
Oct 14 - Vancouver, BC
Oct 17 - Portland, Oregon
Oct 19 - San Jose, California
Oct 22 - Glendale, Arizona
Oct 24 - Las Vegas, Nevada
Oct 27 - Los Angeles, California
Oct 29 - San Diego, California
 
2016 [12 dates]
Jan. 06 - Mexico City, MX - Sports Palace - SOLD OUT
Jan. 07 - Mexico City, MX - Sports Palace 

Jan. 10 - San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center - On Sale Sept 21
Jan. 12 - Houston, TX - Toyota Center - On Sale Sept 21
Jan. 14 - Tulsa, OK - BOK Center - On Sale Sept 21
Jan. 16 - Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Center - On Sale Sept 21
Jan. 18 - Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena - On Sale Sept 21

Jan 20 - Atlanta, Georgia
Jan 23 - Miami, Florida
Jan 24 Miami - American Airlines Arena - added 
Jan 27 - San Juan, Puerto Rico
Jan 28 - San Juan, Puerto Rico added 
 

EUROPE [25 dates]

Nov 4 - Koln, Germany - SOLD OUT
Nov 5 - Koln, Germany - added
Nov 7 - Prague, Czech Republic
Nov 8 - Prague, Czech Repubic - added
Nov 10 - Berlin, Germany - SOLD OUT
Nov 11 - Berlin, Germany - added
Nov 14 - Stockholm, Sweden
Nov 16 - Herning, Denmark
Nov 19 - Turin, Italy - added
Nov 21 - Turin, Italy - SOLD OUT (3 minutes)
Nov 22 - Turin, Italy - added 
Nov 24 - Barcelona, Spain - SOLD OUT (1 hour)
Nov 25 - Barcelona, Spain - added
Nov 28 - Antwerp, Belgium
Nov 29 - Mannheim – SAP Arena - added
Dec 1 - London, UK - SOLD OUT
Dec 2 - London – O2 Arena - added
Dec 5 - Amsterdam, Holland - SOLD OUT
Dec 6 - Amsterdam, Holland - added
Dec 9 - Paris, France - SOLD OUT (5 minutes)
Dec 10 - Paris, France - added
Dec 12 - Zurich – Hallenstadion - added
Dec 14 - Manchester, UK
Dec 16 - Birmingham, UK
Dec 20 - Glasgow, Scotland - SOLD OUT
 
ASIA [13 dates]
DATE - CITY - VENUE - ON SALE [Just Added]

Feb. 04 - Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Arena - SOLD OUT

Feb. 06 - Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Arena SOLD OUT

Feb. 09 - Bangkok, Thailand - Impact Arena - SOLD OUT

Feb. 10 - Bangkok, Thailand - Impact Arena 
Feb. 13 - Tokyo, Japan - Saitama Arena SOLD OUT

Feb. 14 - Tokyo, Japan - Saitama Arena 
Feb. 17 - Hong Kong - Asia World Arena - SOLD OUT

Feb. 18 - Hong Kong - Asia World Arena SOLD OUT
Feb. 20 - Macau - Studio City Event Center - Details to follow
Feb. 21 - Macau - Studio City Event Center - Details to follow

Feb 24 - Manila, Philippines
Feb 25 - Manila, Philippines
Feb 28 - Singapore
 
NZ & AUSTRALIA [8 dates]
Mar 5 - Auckland, NZ
Mar 6 - Auckland, NZ
Mar 12 - Melbourne, Australia
Mar 13 - Melbourne, Australia
Mar 19 - Sydney, Australia
Mar 20 - Sydney, Australia
Mar 26 - Brisbane, Australia
Mar 27 - Brisbane, Australia
 
TOTAL: 82 dates

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It's true, she needs to go to Australia, New Zealand and some Asian countries. I wouldn't mind if she doesn't come to Southamerica, stadiums in 2012 were not as cramped as they were in 2008 so that must mean something.

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I'm not sure if this is anything to get excite about. Other ticket agencies reserve spaces on their websites for possible dates. Then again, it's possible she's already lining up her intenirary. For some events, you have to book a year in an advance.

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Early this year the tour rumor began. The rumored tour name then was 'The Obsessions Tour'. http://madonnaunderground.com/MUreloaded/rumor-madonna-new-album-2014-new-tour-spring-2015/

 

What do you think the tour name will be? My guess is either 'The Rebel Tour' or 'The Freedom Tour'.

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I can see it being called something based off "The Art For Freedom". I do like "Rebel Heart". Though with Madonna she tends to title her tours differently than from her album titles with the exception of "MDNA" and "Who's That Girl?".  I will say the one title that surprised me the most is "Drowned World" since it was something I didn't expect. Re-Invention was a bit of a surprise because early on in her career she shyed away from the label of "re-inventing" herself.  She always regarded it as "evolving".

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After seeing MDNA in Hyde Park in London I sincerely hope she stays away from that place this time. It put me off wanting to go to a stadium show again. The birmingham show was approx 11000 area and I think the smallest capacity show of the tour. It was a whole other experience. You could hear a pin drop during LAV. Amazing.

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After seeing MDNA in Hyde Park in London I sincerely hope she stays away from that place this time. It put me off wanting to go to a stadium show again. The birmingham show was approx 11000 area and I think the smallest capacity show of the tour. It was a whole other experience. You could hear a pin drop during LAV. Amazing.

Yeah, I loved going to the small venues where, wherever you're sitting was a really great seat. I honestly don't like to see the show on the floor. I like the side seats (preferably closer to the stage).

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After seeing MDNA in Hyde Park in London I sincerely hope she stays away from that place this time. It put me off wanting to go to a stadium show again. The birmingham show was approx 11000 area and I think the smallest capacity show of the tour. It was a whole other experience. You could hear a pin drop during LAV. Amazing.

 

hyde park was a disaster i keep hearing that  :stare:

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Same here. I have no desire to see her in a Stadium. The smaller the venue, the better.

Saw 1 MDNA show at Yankee Stadium. What horrible side seating! Couldn't even see the stage. Ridiculous to pay so much to see the show from the screen. But the seating at the Boardwalk Hall in AC was excellent.  

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If she's not going to tour right after, she must do proper promotion for this album

When it comes to "proper promotion", what do you think that is?

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Saw 1 MDNA show at Yankee Stadium. What horrible side seating! Couldn't even see the stage. Ridiculous to pay so much to see the show from the screen. But the seating at the Boardwalk Hall in AC was excellent.  

I agree.... there is no point going to a concert if you can't see her. I went to three different shows for RIT and while they were arenas, one of my seats were pretty far back and I couldn't see but a speck of her on the stage. Thank goodness I had two other shows that were much better seats. Anyway, I rather just not go at all if I can't see what's going on. That's why I love when artists I enjoy release their tour on DVD, you get to see so much more that you may have missed at the concert. Then again, there's nothing like a Live Madonna show. The energy is so high and fun.

 

And sorry, but I do not get those who leave to get a drink (take a piss, yeah if you really have to go... but I would wait), especially during the slower songs? WTF?? Madonna isn't cheap. Hell if I'm going to leave my seat for a drink, smoke or whatever just because she's performing a slower song. Besides, she puts just as much energy and performance in the slower songs as the fast ones. For instance, "Drowned World/Substitute For My Love" on Confessions was just perfect. She pretty much sat and sang the song. She sounded sooooo good singing that song for that tour.

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