'Not a world tour': Fans upset at Madonna's upcoming 'Celebration' tour covering North America and Europe

'Not a world tour': Fans upset at Madonna's upcoming 'Celebration' tour covering North America and Europe
Madonna announced her upcoming world tour 'The Celebration' on Tuesday, January 17 (Instagram/@madonna/Theo Wargo/Getty Images for MTV/ViacomCBS)

LISBON, PORTUGAL: Madonna has announced her upcoming world tour 'The Celebration' this year but fans are not happy with the news, suggesting they think the tour does not seem like a 'world tour' as the dates revealed so far will be covering stages only in North America and Europe. The singer will be hitting the roads on July 15 in Vancouver and the announcement was made by the star in an Instagram video on Tuesday, January 16 featuring the singer playing 'Truth or Dare' with celebrities including Amy Schumer, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Judd Apatow, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre, Bob The Drag Queen, Kate Berlant, among others.

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The world tour announcement is made when the video ends with Schumer daring the singer to get back on stage through a world tour and toIt ends with Schumer daring Madonna to perform all her huge musical hits by going on a world tour. Starting in North America, the world tour covers 35 cities and wraps up on December 1, 2023, in Amsterdam. According to ABC, Madonna expressed in a statement that she is "excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for." The world tour is dedicated to celebrating four decades of her musical career and her biggest hits that ruled the industry.

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Depending on the city, the tickets for the world tour are set to go on sale on January 20 and January 27 at 10.00 am local time.

'This is a joke'

Upset at Madonna's world tour limited to a few countries and cities, fans on social media reacted to 'The Celebration Tour' wanting the singer to perform in their cities. One social media user asked, "United States and a bit of Europe isn’t a world tour… where’s Asia, Australia, South America? The Middle East? This is a joke."

"First and foremost, that is not a “world tour,” someone wrote and another tweeted, "World Tour but make it only North America, Europe, and Australia"

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"One U.K. city is absolutely appalling and disloyal to a country that kept Madonna longer at the top than her home country & has given her 67 hits! No Cardiff, no Scotland, no South West England & no north England either! @guyoseary," someone opined.



 

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A disappointed fan tweeted, "Eh, my country is not on the list again when I get to Madonna's concert, the last time she was ten years ago" and someone wrote, "Announces "World" Tour Only plays concerts in North America and Europe. Does Madonna know South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia are on Earth too ?" while another user wrote, "Impressive news! Sad it's not a world tour!" 

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