Madonna tickets are getting scarce for her remaining shows but great seats are still available at eCityTickets.com.
(PRWEB) November 08, 2012
Madonna Tickets are still available for almost every price range for the final US tour dates. Madonna has expressed herself nationwide for the last 6 months, giving her fans a five star musical concert performance in support of her recent MDNA album. Audiences nationwide have been receiving 2 hour choreographed musical productions with dancers, cheerleaders, a troop of soldier dancers and much more. The entire world tour will end up with close to 90 shows, which would be the most ever for Madonna. Sticky and Sweet ended up with 85 dates.
From the very beginning, Madonna has pushed the boundaries of pop music to become the Queen of Pop. From 1982, when a cocky, confident, and coolly self-assured 24-year-old Detroit native first stepped onto the stage to lip-synch her debut single Everybody at New York's Danceteria, it was clear that something wholly original had happened. Madonna has broken every available radio, video, sales, and box-office record, racking up no fewer than 29 Top Ten singles, 11 of those reaching No. 1.
As of this release, Madonna Concert Tickets are still available for the remaining cities on the tour. She will play 1 concert at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH, 2 shows at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY, 1 concert at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC, 1 concert at Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA, and 2 shows at American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL. After that, Madonna goes to Mexico and South America to end up the tour.
Fans in the remaining US cities should not miss this chance to see Madonna live in concert. Madonna’s last tour was Sticky and Sweet in 2009 and who can tell when, or if another Madonna stage production like this will happen again. As one of the leaders in the secondary ticket market, eCityTickets.com has great seats at lower prices and usually has tickets when others are sold out. Find Madonna Tickets now for the best selection.