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The hype for Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet Tour is still going strong as tickets are selling like hot cakes across the globe.

Sticky & Sweet has already surpassed the 1 million-ticket mark and 14 concerts have yet to go on sale. Madonna has a total of 55 concerts scheduled for her tour. Eight concerts in South America, four concerts in Europe and two concerts in North America still haven’t been announced.

90 percent of Sticky & Sweet Tour tickets are already sold out. Live Nation’s chairman of Global Music and CEO of Global Touring, Arthur Fogel, said, “With Sticky & Sweet, Madonna is on track to break her own record as the top grossing female artist of all time.”

Madonna is ranked by the Recording Industry Association of America as the best-selling female rock artist of the twentieth century and the second top-selling female artist in the United States. Even the Guinness World Record lists her as the most successful female recording artist of all time.

Is Madonna on her way to breaking her own ticket sales record?

Source: Even Ticket Report

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austrailia should have been added

I think OZ or AFRICA may have a shot next concert... it's always been "US and EUROPE and a third continent..."

TCT she did ASIA, S&S is for SOUTH AMERICA...

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I predict a return to Maidstone.

well...if she could go toi the japan austrqalia should be next...

its stupid not to go there...but also i understand organizators that they dont have profit there couse its really end of the world...

but 5 concerts in sidney would be sold out..i know....

and if bjork can..why the hell madonna cant??

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Celine will break madonnas ticket sales record.

February 14, 2008 Johannesburg South Africa Coca Cola Dome[17]

February 16, 2008 Pretoria South Africa Loftus Versfeld Stadium[17]

February 17, 2008 Pretoria South Africa Loftus Versfeld Stadium[17]

February 20, 2008 Durban South Africa Kings Park Stadium[17]

February 23, 2008 Cape Town South Africa Vergelegen Estate[17]

February 24, 2008 Cape Town South Africa Vergelegen Estate[17]

February 27, 2008 Port Elizabeth South Africa EPRFU Stadium[17]

February 29, 2008 Johannesburg South Africa Montecasino[17]

March 1, 2008 Johannesburg South Africa Montecasino[17]

Asia

March 5, 2008 Dubai United Arab Emirates Rugby Club[17]

March 8, 2008 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome[17]

March 9, 2008 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome[17]

March 11, 2008 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome[17]

March 12, 2008 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome[17]

March 15, 2008 Macau

China Venetian Arena[17]

March 18, 2008 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnasium Stadium[17]

March 19, 2008 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnasium Stadium[17]

Australia

March 31, 2008 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre[17]

April 2, 2008 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena[17]

April 5, 2008 Sydney Australia Acer Arena[17]

April 6, 2008 Sydney Australia Acer Arena[17]

April 8, 2008 Perth Australia Members Equity Stadium[17]

Asia

April 11, 2008 Shanghai China Shanghai Stadium[17]

April 13, 2008 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Stadium Merdeka[17]

Europe

May 2, 2008 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Evening News Arena[18]

May 3, 2008 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Evening News Arena[18]

May 6, 2008 London United Kingdom The O2[18]

May 8, 2008 London United Kingdom The O2[18]

May 10, 2008 Birmingham United Kingdom National Indoor Arena[18]

May 13, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis Merksem[18]

May 14, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis Merksem[18]

May 16, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis Merksem[18]

May 19, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 20, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 21, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 24, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 25, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 27, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 30, 2008 Dublin Ireland Croke Park[18]

June 2, 2008 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam ArenA[18]

June 5, 2008 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium[18]

June 7, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena[18]

June 9, 2008 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena[18]

June 12, 2008 Berlin Germany Waldbühne[18]

June 14, 2008 Frankfurt am Main Germany Commerzbank Arena[18]

June 16, 2008 Stuttgart Germany Schleyerhalle[18]

June 18, 2008 Köln Germany Köln Arena[18]

June 20, 2008 Hamburg Germany Color Line Arena[18]

June 22, 2008 München Germany Olympia Stadion[18]

June 24, 2008 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion[18]

June 26, 2008 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena[18]

June 28, 2008 Kraków Poland Błonia Park[18]

July 1, 2008 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle[18]

July 3, 2008 Milan Italy Datch Forum di Assago[18]

July 5, 2008 Nice France Palais Nikaia[18]

July 7, 2008 Arras France Grand Place[18]

July 9, 2008 Geneva Switzerland Stade de Genève[18]

July 11, 2008 Monte Carlo

Monaco Sporting Club[18]

July 12, 2008 Monte Carlo

Monaco Sporting Club[18]

North America

August 12, 2008 Boston United States TD Banknorth Garden[19]

August 13, 2008 Boston United States TD Banknorth Garden[19]

August 15, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 16, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 18, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 20, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 23, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 25, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 27, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre[19]

August 28, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre[19]

August 31, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

September 1, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

September 3, 2008 Buffalo United States HSBC Arena[19]

September 5, 2008 Philadelphia United States Wachovia Center[19]

September 6, 2008 Mashantucket United States Foxwoods Resort Casino[19]

September 8, 2008 Washington United States Verizon Center[19]

September 10, 2008 Newark United States Prudential Center[19]

September 12, 2008 Newark United States Prudential Center[19]

September 13, 2008 Uniondale United States Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum[19]

September 15, 2008 New York City United States Madison Square Garden[19]

September 16, 2008 New York City United States Madison Square Garden[19]

September 18, 2008 Uniondale United States Nassau Coliseum[19]

September 20, 2008 Atlantic City United States Boardwalk Hall[19]

September 22, 2008 Columbus United States Jerome Schottenstein Center[19]

September 24, 2008 Cleveland United States Quicken Loans Arena[19]

September 26, 2008 Detroit United States The Palace of Auburn Hills[19]

September 27, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre[19]

September 29, 2008 Milwaukee United States Bradley Center[19]

October 14, 2008 Sacramento United States ARCO Arena[19]

October 16, 2008 Portland United States Rose Garden arena[19]

October 18, 2008 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome[19]

October 20, 2008 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place[19]

October 21, 2008 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place[19]

October 24, 2008 Edmonton Canada Rexall Place[19]

October 25, 2008 Edmonton Canada Rexall Place[19]

October 27, 2008 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre[19]

October 28, 2008 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre[19]

October 30, 2008 Minneapolis United States Target Center[19]

November 4, 2008 Chicago United States United Center[19]

November 9, 2008 Indianapolis United States Conseco Fieldhouse[19]

November 11, 2008 St. Louis United States Scottrade Center[19]

November 13, 2008 Tulsa United States BOK Center[19]

November 15, 2008 Kansas City United States Sprint Center[19]

November 17, 2008 Omaha United States Qwest Center Omaha[19]

November 19, 2008 Denver United States Pepsi Center[19]

November 21, 2008 Salt Lake City United States EnergySolutions Arena[19]

November 23, 2008 San Jose United States HP Pavilion[19]

November 29, 2008 Anaheim United States Honda Center[19]

December 2, 2008 Los Angeles United States Staples Center[19]

December 6, 2008 Phoenix United States Jobing.com Arena[19]

January 5, 2009 Dallas United States American Airlines Center[19]

January 7, 2009 San Antonio United States AT&T Center[20]

January 9, 2009 Houston United States Toyota Center[20]

January 10, 2009 New Orleans United States New Orleans Arena[20]

January 13, 2009 Nashville United States Sommet Center[20]

January 15, 2009 Birmingham United States BJCC Arena[20]

January 17, 2009 Atlanta United States Philips Arena[20]

January 20, 2009 Raleigh United States RBC Center[20]

January 23, 2009 Miami United States American Airlines Arena[20]

January 28, 2009 Tampa United States St. Pete Times Forum[20]

January 30, 2009 Fort Lauderdale United States BankAtlantic Center[20]

1 Celine Dion Sportpaleis

Antwerp, Belgium

May 13-14, 16, 2008

$7,619,814

45,352 /

46,955

3 /

0

$231.95, $185.56, $139.17, $69.58

C-Live

Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane 7,835 / 13,156 (59%) $1,719,321[17]

Rod Laver Arena Melbourne 12,266 / 15,431 (79%) $2,314,928[21]

Members Equity Stadium Perth 10,086 / 15,613 (65%) $1,648,288[21]

Acer Arena Sydney 20,605 / 21,752 (95%) $4,176,200[21]

Sportpaleis Merksem Anvers 45,352 / 46,955 (97%) $7,619,814[21]

Total 96,144 / 112,907 (85%) $17,478,551

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Well it's all relative, if Kylie toured gaybars for the next ten years she could break Madonna's record of a three month tour. :manson:

hahahaha exactly...like that Cher tour that was the highest grossing one, well duh, after touring for 3 yrs, you are bound to break some records :lol:

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At least Celine toured Australia recently!

Where the fuck is Madonna? She's pissed off her Aussie fans again! :thumbsdown::thumbsdown:

Those Australian figures for Celine wouldn't instil promoters with any confidence at all! I can't believe the only venue that came even close to selling out was ACER Arena in Sydney! Brisbane and Perth had woeful attendances! Before anyone says that Celine doesn't have the draw power of Madonna, her tickets were much cheaper and she has the benefit of appealing to mothers and grandmothers. Obviously Madonna would sell infinitely more tickets, but any promoter would have to be a bit worried about bringing an international artist here at the moment.

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The two remaining North American concerts would likely have to be two of three different dates: October 9th in NYC, October 16th in Boston, or November 17th in Houston, OR should could add a new city in between Houston and Philadelphia on Nov. 18th. A 2nd date in Houston is unlikely though as she seems to be only doing one night at any stadium show.

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Another 14 concerts to be announced

The hype for Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet Tour is still going strong as tickets are selling like hot cakes across the globe.

Sticky & Sweet has already surpassed the 1 million-ticket mark and 14 concerts have yet to go on sale. Madonna has a total of 55 concerts scheduled for her tour. Eight concerts in South America, four concerts in Europe and two concerts in North America still haven’t been announced.

Source: Even Ticket Report

Let me guess...

2 in Santiago, Chile

2 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

2 in Sao Paulo, Brazil

2 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

but when???

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I think it is safe to say she will add at least 1 more NYC date. She makes a killing there.

I was thinking she could add Dallas or New Orleans.

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Yeah I think she'll add another NY show. They are charging price level 1 to sit in seats which were price level 2 on previous tours there and easily getting away with it there!

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A very good source told me that the deal to play 2 shows in Buenos Aires was sealed today.

December 4 and 6, River Plate Stadium.

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I think it is safe to say she will add at least 1 more NYC date. She makes a killing there.

I was thinking she could add Dallas or New Orleans.

So it's a road trip if she adds Dallas!

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It just pisses me off that Australia is not being included (so far). Our dollar is almost level with the US dollar now, so promoters can't use the weak dollar as an excuse anymore. AND it's been bloody 15 years since she last toured here. Godammit!

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Celine will break madonnas ticket sales record.

February 14, 2008 Johannesburg South Africa Coca Cola Dome[17]

February 16, 2008 Pretoria South Africa Loftus Versfeld Stadium[17]

February 17, 2008 Pretoria South Africa Loftus Versfeld Stadium[17]

February 20, 2008 Durban South Africa Kings Park Stadium[17]

February 23, 2008 Cape Town South Africa Vergelegen Estate[17]

February 24, 2008 Cape Town South Africa Vergelegen Estate[17]

February 27, 2008 Port Elizabeth South Africa EPRFU Stadium[17]

February 29, 2008 Johannesburg South Africa Montecasino[17]

March 1, 2008 Johannesburg South Africa Montecasino[17]

Asia

March 5, 2008 Dubai United Arab Emirates Rugby Club[17]

March 8, 2008 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome[17]

March 9, 2008 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome[17]

March 11, 2008 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome[17]

March 12, 2008 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome[17]

March 15, 2008 Macau

China Venetian Arena[17]

March 18, 2008 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnasium Stadium[17]

March 19, 2008 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnasium Stadium[17]

Australia

March 31, 2008 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre[17]

April 2, 2008 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena[17]

April 5, 2008 Sydney Australia Acer Arena[17]

April 6, 2008 Sydney Australia Acer Arena[17]

April 8, 2008 Perth Australia Members Equity Stadium[17]

Asia

April 11, 2008 Shanghai China Shanghai Stadium[17]

April 13, 2008 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Stadium Merdeka[17]

Europe

May 2, 2008 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Evening News Arena[18]

May 3, 2008 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Evening News Arena[18]

May 6, 2008 London United Kingdom The O2[18]

May 8, 2008 London United Kingdom The O2[18]

May 10, 2008 Birmingham United Kingdom National Indoor Arena[18]

May 13, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis Merksem[18]

May 14, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis Merksem[18]

May 16, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis Merksem[18]

May 19, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 20, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 21, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 24, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 25, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 27, 2008 Paris France Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy[18]

May 30, 2008 Dublin Ireland Croke Park[18]

June 2, 2008 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam ArenA[18]

June 5, 2008 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium[18]

June 7, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena[18]

June 9, 2008 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena[18]

June 12, 2008 Berlin Germany Waldbühne[18]

June 14, 2008 Frankfurt am Main Germany Commerzbank Arena[18]

June 16, 2008 Stuttgart Germany Schleyerhalle[18]

June 18, 2008 Köln Germany Köln Arena[18]

June 20, 2008 Hamburg Germany Color Line Arena[18]

June 22, 2008 München Germany Olympia Stadion[18]

June 24, 2008 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion[18]

June 26, 2008 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena[18]

June 28, 2008 Kraków Poland Błonia Park[18]

July 1, 2008 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle[18]

July 3, 2008 Milan Italy Datch Forum di Assago[18]

July 5, 2008 Nice France Palais Nikaia[18]

July 7, 2008 Arras France Grand Place[18]

July 9, 2008 Geneva Switzerland Stade de Genève[18]

July 11, 2008 Monte Carlo

Monaco Sporting Club[18]

July 12, 2008 Monte Carlo

Monaco Sporting Club[18]

North America

August 12, 2008 Boston United States TD Banknorth Garden[19]

August 13, 2008 Boston United States TD Banknorth Garden[19]

August 15, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 16, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 18, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 20, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 23, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 25, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

August 27, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre[19]

August 28, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre[19]

August 31, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

September 1, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre[19]

September 3, 2008 Buffalo United States HSBC Arena[19]

September 5, 2008 Philadelphia United States Wachovia Center[19]

September 6, 2008 Mashantucket United States Foxwoods Resort Casino[19]

September 8, 2008 Washington United States Verizon Center[19]

September 10, 2008 Newark United States Prudential Center[19]

September 12, 2008 Newark United States Prudential Center[19]

September 13, 2008 Uniondale United States Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum[19]

September 15, 2008 New York City United States Madison Square Garden[19]

September 16, 2008 New York City United States Madison Square Garden[19]

September 18, 2008 Uniondale United States Nassau Coliseum[19]

September 20, 2008 Atlantic City United States Boardwalk Hall[19]

September 22, 2008 Columbus United States Jerome Schottenstein Center[19]

September 24, 2008 Cleveland United States Quicken Loans Arena[19]

September 26, 2008 Detroit United States The Palace of Auburn Hills[19]

September 27, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre[19]

September 29, 2008 Milwaukee United States Bradley Center[19]

October 14, 2008 Sacramento United States ARCO Arena[19]

October 16, 2008 Portland United States Rose Garden arena[19]

October 18, 2008 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome[19]

October 20, 2008 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place[19]

October 21, 2008 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place[19]

October 24, 2008 Edmonton Canada Rexall Place[19]

October 25, 2008 Edmonton Canada Rexall Place[19]

October 27, 2008 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre[19]

October 28, 2008 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre[19]

October 30, 2008 Minneapolis United States Target Center[19]

November 4, 2008 Chicago United States United Center[19]

November 9, 2008 Indianapolis United States Conseco Fieldhouse[19]

November 11, 2008 St. Louis United States Scottrade Center[19]

November 13, 2008 Tulsa United States BOK Center[19]

November 15, 2008 Kansas City United States Sprint Center[19]

November 17, 2008 Omaha United States Qwest Center Omaha[19]

November 19, 2008 Denver United States Pepsi Center[19]

November 21, 2008 Salt Lake City United States EnergySolutions Arena[19]

November 23, 2008 San Jose United States HP Pavilion[19]

November 29, 2008 Anaheim United States Honda Center[19]

December 2, 2008 Los Angeles United States Staples Center[19]

December 6, 2008 Phoenix United States Jobing.com Arena[19]

January 5, 2009 Dallas United States American Airlines Center[19]

January 7, 2009 San Antonio United States AT&T Center[20]

January 9, 2009 Houston United States Toyota Center[20]

January 10, 2009 New Orleans United States New Orleans Arena[20]

January 13, 2009 Nashville United States Sommet Center[20]

January 15, 2009 Birmingham United States BJCC Arena[20]

January 17, 2009 Atlanta United States Philips Arena[20]

January 20, 2009 Raleigh United States RBC Center[20]

January 23, 2009 Miami United States American Airlines Arena[20]

January 28, 2009 Tampa United States St. Pete Times Forum[20]

January 30, 2009 Fort Lauderdale United States BankAtlantic Center[20]

WHAT THE F@CKING HELL KIND OF TOUR IS THAT?!?!?!?! ONE WHOLE F@CKING YEAR!!!! :rant:

CHEAT! CHEAT! CHEAT! :rant:

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WHAT THE F@CKING HELL KIND OF TOUR IS THAT?!?!?!?! ONE WHOLE F@CKING YEAR!!!! :rant:

CHEAT! CHEAT! CHEAT! :rant:

Tina Tuner Tour more longer than this , she did 250 dates at her Wildest Dreams Tour and 176 dates at her Break Every Rule Tour.

Tina has sold more concert tickets than any other solo performer in history. She average performed more than 100 dates per tour.

If M want to break Tina's record or want to beat Celine this year she can do it with only ad more show per tour.

But I think she doesn't care about this. She has family and other more interesting work to do.

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WHAT THE F@CKING HELL KIND OF TOUR IS THAT?!?!?!?! ONE WHOLE F@CKING YEAR!!!! :rant:

CHEAT! CHEAT! CHEAT! :rant:

Some performers like Celine actually like to give proper tours instead of being a lazy bitch and going to the same places over and over and over and over again and throwing in a one or two extra places here and there. Madonna tours suck as far as destinations are concerned I can't believe she doesn't get bored with it.

This tour should have focused new places Madonna could have made a decent amount of money in Australia.

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I think OZ or AFRICA may have a shot next concert... it's always been "US and EUROPE and a third continent..."

TCT she did ASIA, S&S is for SOUTH AMERICA...

Madonna toured Japan with Confessions NOT Asia.

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Madonna toured Japan with Confessions NOT Asia.

Uhm, Japan is part of Asia. And besides, I think he meant that she does North America and Europe plus one other major territory.

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I hope those two extra north american dates are for New York. The south amercan dates are probably Brazil and Argentina.

As far as Celine goes, she's sooo trying to break M's confessions record, which is why she's touring so long. Good for her, but I can't imagine she's excited singing the same shit for that long. I also can't imagine she gets to spend any real time with her kid, with such a grueling schedule, but whatever right? She's giving bloodsuckers/fans what they want.

Btw, i'm also sick of people who spend their entire day on Madonna forums calling her lazy, when she's clearly (to anyone SANE) one of the hardest working people in the music industry. Madonna was probably up at the crack of dawn rehearsing with her dancers for hours, while her fans whine about her not touring the entire planet......and Australia.

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I hope those two extra north american dates are for New York. The south amercan dates are probably Brazil and Argentina.

As far as Celine goes, she's sooo trying to break M's confessions record, which is why she's touring so long. Good for her, but I can't imagine she's excited singing the same shit for that long. I also can't imagine she gets to spend any real time with her kid, with such a grueling schedule, but whatever right? She's giving bloodsuckers/fans what they want.

Btw, i'm also sick of people who spend their entire day on Madonna forums calling her lazy, when she's clearly (to anyone SANE) one of the hardest working people in the music industry. Madonna was probably up at the crack of dawn rehearsing with her dancers for hours, while her fans whine about her not touring the entire planet......and Australia.

Aww you poor thing you have only got to see Madonna EVERY single time she has toured in NYC. Unbelivable how some ppl can be so careless and thoughtless to those who miss out everytime.

If you don't like reading ppl's opinions then don't read the thread you pathetic twat.

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Going to one country hardly means she toured Asia..there are heaps of other Asian countries that Madonna has never bothered with..

Well, Japan is the largest (and most economically advanced) music market in Asia. I think it only makes sense why she has decided to tour there. Plus, her FOUR Japanese concerts during the Confessions Tour made about $19 million altogether. How many other markets in Asia is that going to happen in? Plus, several of them have such strict moral codes (China, Malaysia, etc.) she'd have to change her show to be completely G-rated. Even mounting men wearing saddles got on NBC - that shit won't fly in Southeast Asia.

And who are you to be the arbiter of saying touring just one country discounts an entire continent? I know you are upset she's not coming Down Under, but she's never ever performed in Africa. They have it worse than you.

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Aww you poor thing you have only got to see Madonna EVERY single time she has toured in NYC. Unbelivable how some ppl can be so careless and thoughtless to those who miss out everytime.

I don't think people are careless are thoughtless, but it's not like we can do anything if you keep on expressing your disappointment that Madonna doesn't go to Australia. Most fans do agree that it's a big mistake, but I don't think it's going to make a change if you keep on bashing Madonna and some fans here. I know you heard it all before, but Madonna is definitely going back there in the next decade, in my opinion EU & US is exhausted on this tour (except from Northern Europe and Northwest USA), so I can easily see Madonna going to Australia next time around. I know you think it's unfair that if she goes to SA, why not Australia, but remember Madonna is going to tour for 3 and a half months, and this time it's different because she has to travel a lot more. Basically she's jumping from city to city in every 2-3 days, especially in Europe and some of USA too.

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