June 02, 2009
Monday, June 1st , Tel Aviv
For Immediate Release:
Madonna's triumphant and record shattering 'sticky & Sweet Tour will be making its last and final stop September 1st in Tel Aviv, Israel at the Yehoshua Gardens (HaYarkon Park). Tickets will go on sale this Wednesday, June 3rd - complete details below.
"I'm very excited about returning to Israel for my last and final show. I know it will be unforgettable" commented Madonna who last performed in Israel in 1993.
The 'sticky & Sweet Tour" - a stunning extravaganza gives fans a breathtaking never before seen or heard once-in-a-lifetime experience. One of the top selling touring acts of all time, Madonna's "Sticky & Sweet" tour played 58 cities last summer to wild critical acclaim and before over two and a half million adoring fans including sold out performances in Paris (80,000 tickets sold), Zurich (72,000 tickets sold), London (74,000 ticket sold), Vancouver (50,000 tickets sold), South America (650,000 tickets sold) and three sold out Madison Square Garden Shows in New York City.
"In the premiere league of song-and-dance spectaculars, the queen of pop remains unrivaled and undefeated" raved the London Times of Madonna's show in England. 'sticky & Sweet" is scheduled to start up again in London's 02 Arena on July 4th with additional dates in France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Russia, Sweden and many other countries before finishing on September 1st in Tel Aviv.
Madonna joined creative forces with director Jamie King to create 'sticky & Sweet" which includes a troupe of l7 dancers, a specially built stage, hundreds of costumes and cutting edge visual technology. A multi million platinum selling recording artist, world class entertainer, singer, producer, songwriter, visual revolutionary, children's book author, film director, documentarian, cultural icon and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Madonna's career continues to inspire her many fans around the world. She continues her unparalleled career which thankfully for her legion of fans shows no signs of slowing down and that's most apparent when she arrives on a stage in Tel Aviv or anywhere else.