Madonna tour postponed to due to “serious bacterial infection”

Madonna highly anticipated Celebration Tour is experiencing a delay, as revealed by her long-time manager, Guy Oseary, in a recent Instagram announcement. Oseary disclosed that Madonna was hospitalized in the ICU due to a severe bacterial infection, which necessitates the suspension of all her commitments, including the tour. The complete statement from Oseary can be found below.

Madonna’s highly anticipated ‘Celebration’ tour, which was set to showcase her biggest hits spanning four decades, has been unveiled by the superstar herself. Titled ‘Madonna: The Celebration Tour,’ this musical extravaganza aimed to highlight her unparalleled catalog of music from the past 40-plus years. Produced by Live Nation, the tour was scheduled to visit 35 cities worldwide, commencing in Vancouver, BC on July 15th and concluding in Amsterdam on December 1st. Notably, the tour was also intended to pay homage to the city of New York, where Madonna’s illustrious music career began. However, the tour has now been postponed due to health concerns, as announced by her manager.

As Guy Oseary highlighted in his statement, the exact rescheduling details for the tour remain uncertain at this time.

During this time, we extend our heartfelt wishes for Madonna’s swift recovery, hoping to see her back on stage soon, captivating audiences with her extraordinary talent and timeless music.


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