MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Hot on the heels of her extravagant Super Bowl halftime performance, Madonna has announced a world tour in support of her new album, MDNA.
It’s the first time the Queen of Pop has gone on tour in three years.
She’ll kick off the tour with a concert in Tel Aviv, Israel on May 29th and make her way through 26 European cities including London, Paris, Milan and Berlin.
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She’s also got tour dates in South America and Australia before moving on to North America where she’ll conclude the tour here in Miami in November. The exact date of her Miami concert has not been released yet.
People who buy tickets online to a U.S. performance will receive their choice of a digital or physical copy of the new MDNA album with every ticket purchased.
Madonna’s previous tour, Sticky & Sweet, ran between 2008 and 2009.
The announcement came just days after Madonna’s halftime performance at the Super Bowl on Feb 5, with a record 114 million people tuning in to watch the glitzy, Cleopatra-themed show, which was lauded by critics but resulted in an apology from television network NBC and the NFL for a rude gesture made by British hip hop star M.I.A. during the show.