Madonna's Sticky & Sweet Tour Kicks Off This Saturday In Cardiff
Madonna, currently putting the finishing touches to her fabulous new Sticky & Sweet Show in Cardiff, is readying herself and the 250 travelling personnel for the opening night this Saturday at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
We are happy to confirm that Madonna's 'sticky & Sweet' tour will stop at Rio De Janeiro's Maracana Stadium on December 14th and at Sao Paulo's Morumbi on December 18th!
A fan club devoted presale for both shows will start on Wednesday, August 20th at 10am Local Time.
Public registration will start on August 20 and end on August 29. Tickets for the Rio De Janeiro show will go on sale Monday, September 1st while the Sao Paulo ones will be available from Wednesday, September 3rd.
A second Boston show was just added to the "Sticky & Sweet" Tour itinerary and will take place at the TD Banknorth Garden on October 16.
Tickets will go on sale Monday, August 25th, at 10am Local Time.
A fan club devoted presale will start on Tuesday, August 19 at 10am LOCAL TIME.
Madonna's "Give It 2 Me" was released as a 8 tracks CD maxi-single in the USA yesterday, August 5.
It includes amazing club remixes by Paul Oakenfold, Fedde Le Grand, Eddie Amador, Tong & Spoon, Jody den Broeder, as well as stunning ragga version of the song by Sly & Robbie.
to order your copy from Amazon now.
She might be known worldwide as the Material Girl, but There's more than a little of the small - town Michigan girl left in Madonna.
The pop superstar arrived in this northern Michigan resort town Saturday to introduce her documentary, "I Am Because We Are," a highlight of the Traverse City Film Festival. The event was co - founded by filmmaker, author and fellow Michigan native Michael Moore.
Hundreds of fans cheered from behind barricades as Madonna, wearing a black dress, high heels and sunglasses, stepped out of a black sport utility vehicle that pulled up in front of the State Theatre. She hugged a waiting Moore, who sported an orange baseball cap, and posed for photos with him.
Madonna and Moore shared the stage at the theater before a screening of the movie, which deals with the orphans of Malawi, the African nation where she and husband Guy Ritchie adopted a son.
"It's great bringing my movie to a place that I feel familiar," Madonna told the audience. "Not like the Cannes Film Festival, where nobody's speaking English, or the Tribeca Film Festival, where no one sits down.
"There's something poetic about coming back to the place where I used to come for holidays - camping trips with my dad and stepmother and my very large family," said the 49 - year - old singer, born to the southeast in Bay City and raised in the Detroit suburb of Rochester Hills.
Madonna was accompanied by her 11 - year - old daughter, Lourdes, and the film's director, Nathan Rissman.
Moore, who won an Oscar for his 2002 documentary "Bowling for Columbine," said he was humbled to be able to call Madonna a friend.
"She has such an incredible heart and such a generous spirit," he said. "She does so much out of the glare of the lights to make the world a better place."
Madonna had praise of her own for Moore, 54, a Flint - area native who has a home near Traverse City.
"There aren't a lot of role models for us in the world, or people we can look up to," she said. "People who are not afraid to stick their neck out, people who are not afraid to stand up for things and be unpopular, to go against the grain, think outside the box.
"And we need, and I need, Michael Moore in my life."