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Madonna Pushes Back “Madame X” Tour Dates

LOS ANGELES – American superstar Madonna announced on Wednesday changes to the start of her upcoming tour entitled “Madame X.”

The 61-year-old singer and actress said the first three events have been re-scheduled and the tour will start on Sept. 17, five days later than originally planned.

Madonna said on her website that the decision to push back the dates was made “due to scheduling limitations and venue availability.”

“Madame X is a perfectionist and wants to give you the most unique, magical, and musical experience,” the statement said.

“She underestimated the amount of time it would take to bring this kind of intimate theatrical experience to you and wants it to be perfect,” the statement added.

The note explained that both shows that were initially scheduled for Sept. 12 and 14 in New York would now be performed on Oct. 10 and 12, while the Sept. 15 concert has been canceled.

The statement confirmed that fans who have purchased tickets for the two delayed concerts will be able to attend them on the new dates, while “refunds for either date if required will be available.”

It also added that tickets for the canceled show will be refunded “automatically.”

The American star has concerts confirmed at venues in the United States and Europe – including France, Portugal and the United Kingdom – which run until March 2020.

Most of the tickets for these shows have been completely sold out.

 

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