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Tour Schedule

In 7 months time, Madonna has played a massive 88 shows in Europe & Middle East, North America and Latin America.


Europe & Middle East

Israel May 29 *
May 31, 2012

Ramat Gan Stadium, Tel Aviv, Israel Tour poster

Tour logo

Tour Map
UAE June 03
June 04

du Arena, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Turkey June 07 Turk Telecom Arena, Istanbul, Turkey
Croatia June 11 * Maksimir Stadium, Zagreb, Croatia
Italy June 12 Olympic Stadium, Rome, Italy
  June 14 Stadio San Siro, Milan, Italy
  June 16 Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence, Italy
Spain June 20
June 21

Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
Portugal June 24 Estadio Cidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
Germany June 28
June 30

O2 Arena, Berlin, Germany
Denmark July 02 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sweden July 04 Ullevi Stadium, Gothenburg, Sweden
The Netherlands July 07
July 08

Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Germany July 10 Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
Belgium July 12 Koning Boudewijnstadion, Brussels, Belgium
France July 14 Stade de France, Paris, France
UK July 17 Hyde Park, London, UK
  July 19 NIA Arena, Birmingham, UK
  July 21 Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, UK
Ireland July 24 Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland
France July 26 * Olympia, Paris, France
Austria July 29 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria
Poland Aug. 01 National Stadium, Warsaw, Poland
Ukraine Aug. 04 Olimpiysckiy Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine
Russia Aug. 07 Olimpiski Arena, Moscow, Russia
  Aug. 09 SKK Arena, St. Petersburg, Russia
Finland Aug. 12 Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland
Norway Aug. 15 Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
Switzerland Aug. 18 Stadion Letzigrund, Zurich, Switzerland
France Aug. 21

Stade Charles Ehrmann, Nice, France

North America

US Aug. 28 PA Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA  
Canada Aug. 30 Bell Centre, Montreal, Q  
  Sep. 01 Plains of Abraham Site, Quebec City, QC  
US Sep. 04   TD Garden, Boston, MA  
  Sep. 06
Sep. 08

Yankee Stadium, New York City, NY  
Canada Sep. 10 Scotiabank Place, Ottawa, ON  
  Sep. 12
Sep. 13

Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON  
US Sep. 15 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ  
  Sep. 19
Sep. 20

United Center, Chicago, IL  
  Sep. 23
Sep. 24

Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.  
Canada Sep. 29
Sep. 30

Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC  
US Oct. 02
Oct. 03

Key Arena, Seattle, WA  
  Oct. 06
Oct. 07

HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA  
  Oct. 10
Oct. 11

Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA  
  Oct. 13
Oct. 14

MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV  
  Oct. 16 US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ  
  Oct. 18 Pepsi Center, Denver, CO  
  Oct. 20
Oct. 21

American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX  
  Oct. 24
Oct. 25

Toyota Center, Houston, TX  
  Oct. 27 New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, LA  
  Oct. 30 Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO  
  Nov. 01 Scottrade Center, St. Louis, MO  
  Nov. 03
Nov. 04

Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN  
  Nov. 06 Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, PA  
  Nov. 08 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI  
  Nov. 10 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH  
  Nov. 12
Nov. 13

Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY  
  Nov. 15 Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte, NC  
  Nov. 17 Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA  
  Nov. 19
Nov. 20

American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL  

Latin America

Mexico Nov. 24
Nov. 25

Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico  
Colombia Nov. 28
Nov. 29

Estadio Atanasio Girardot, Medellin, Colombia  
Brazil Dec. 02 * Parque Dos Atletas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  
  Dec. 04
Dec. 05

Estadio do Morumbi, Sao Paulo, Brazil  
  Dec. 09 Estadio Olimpico, Porto Alegre, Brazil  
Argentina Dec. 13
Dec. 15

River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina  
Chile Dec. 19 Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile  
Argentina Dec. 22

Estadio Kempes, Cordoba, Argentina  
Remarks:

The opening show in Tel Aviv, Israel was originally planned for May 29th, followed by a 2nd show on the 31st. Late April, it was announced that the opening show was postponed to the 31st due to 'production delays'. Basically it meant that 1 of the 2 shows was cancelled.

The show in Zagreb, Croatia was cancelled due to 'scheduling conflicts'.

On July 18th, it was announced that Madonna would perform a special showcase at the intimate Olympia venue in Paris. The show took place a week later with some 2,600 fans attending.

The first Dallas show was cancelled due to illness.

The show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil was moved from Dec. 1st to Dec. 2nd.

Although the original tour press release announced Australia to be a part of the tour, with dates to be announced for January 2013, this announcement was never made. In July 2012, a spokesperson for Live Nation said the tour would close in South America in December 2012, thereby squashing any hopes of Australian fans that Madonna would finally make it back down under after 20 years. Madonna later apologized and said the Australian leg was cancelled because she "needed to spend time with her kids".

Setlist

     
Transgression Segment

   
Prophecy Segment
Best FriendBest Friend (interlude)

   
Masculine/Feminine Segment
Justify My Love (interlude)

   
Redemption Segment
Nobody Knows Me (interlude)

   

Opening Acts:

Martin Solveig (all European/Middle East dates except Nice)
LMFAO (London, Nice)
Offer Nissim (Tel Aviv)
Nero (selected dates in North America)
Paul Oakenfold (selected dates in North America)
DJs Felipe Lozinsky & Gustavo Rozenthal aka Felguk (Rio de Janeiro)
Gui Boratto (Sao Paulo)
Fabrício Peçanha (Porto Alegre)
Laidback Luke (Argentina)

Remarks:

At the show in Olympia, Paris, Madonna performed only part of the show, from Turn Up The Radio to Human Nature, followed by two new performances: Beautiful Killer and Je T'aime Moi Non Plus.

In Chicago, Madonna introduced Love Spent in the setlist. In that show and almost every other show afterwards, the song came right after Like A Virgin, stealing most of its choreography with the corset. Only in Vancouver, Love Spent was performed in its entirety, while cutting Like A Virgin out. In Sao Paulo and all shows that followed, Like A Virgin mysteriously disappeared from the set. In Buenos Aires, it got replaced by a rendition of Don't Cry For Me Argentina.

During the show at Yankee Stadium, Madonna performed a free-style version of Holiday after her speech. She kept the song in the setlist for most of the American shows. Only in San Jose she did Everybody instead, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her debut single. In Mexico City, Medellin and Santiago, she opted for Spanish Lesson instead of Holiday. Other Latin American shows didn't get either one.

In St. Paul, Madonna made another setlist change, by mashing up Celebration with Give It 2 Me. The change was kept in the setlist for the rest of the tour.

During the show at Madison Square Garden, NYC on November 13th, Madonna had a surprise guest act: after the speech she performed a mash-up of Give It 2 Me and the hype of the moment Gangnam Style, with PSY himself. They also performed Music together.

Due to heavy rain, the show in Santiago de Chile was unfortunately cut short. Madonna opened the show with Express Yourself, thereby cutting out the entire Transgression segment. In the Masculine/Feminine Segment, the performances of Like A Virgin and Love Spent were left out as well. The only compensation was the inclusion of Holiday and Spanish Lesson after her speech.

Several other Madonna songs got a reference on the show. Material Girl was sampled in Girl Gone Wild, the Best Friend interlude contained some parts of Heartbeat, Candy Shop contained elements from Erotica, and Cyber-Raga served as outro for I'm A Sinner. Turn Up The Radio started with a mix of several of her classics, including Holiday, Into The Groove, Lucky Star, Like A Virgin, 4 Minutes, Ray Of Light and Music, a tactic previously used for some of her Music performances. Of course there were also the samples of She's Not Me and Lady Gaga's Born This Way in the performance of Express Yourself.


Performers & Collaborators

SHOW
Madonna
Michel Laprise
Tiffany Olson
Richmond Talauega, Anthony Talauega
Jamie King
Mark Fisher


Show Creation
Show Director
Associate Director
Co-Directors
Creative Producer
Show Architect

BAND
Madonna
Kevin Antunes
Monte Pittman
Ric'key Pageot
Brian Frasier Moore
Kiley Dean
Nicky Richards
Jason Yang
Sean Spuehler


Guitar & Vocals
Musical Director/Programmer/Keyboards
Guitar
Keyboards & Upright Piano
Drums
Background Vocals
Background Vocals
Violin
Vocal Mix Engineer

PERFORMERS
Adrien Galo
Ali 'Lilou' Ramdani
Brahim Zaibat
Chaz Buzan
Derrell Bullock
Drew Dollaz
Emilie Capel
Emilie Schram
Habby 'Hobgoblin' Jacques
Kupono Aweau
'Lil Buck' Riley
Loic 'Speedylegz' Mabanza
Lola Leon
Marion Molin
Marvin Gofin
Rocco Ritchie
Sasha Mallery
Sheik Mondesir
Stephanie Nguyen
Valeree Pohl
Vibez Henderson
Yaman 'Yamsonite' Okur
Hayden Nickell
Jaan Roose


Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Slackliner
Slackliner

CHOREOGRAPHERS
Alison Faulk & Jason Young
Matt Cady & Megan Lawson
Megan Lawson
Derrell Bullock
Marvin & Marion
Swoop & Goofy
Ali (Lilou) Ramdani
Kalakan Trio
Leesa Csolak
Damon Grant
Josh Greenwood
Shaolin Master Chao Hai


Co-Supervising Choreographers
Choreographers Gang Bang
Choreographer Human Nature
Choreographer Girl Gone Wild, Vogue
Choreographers Revolver, Justify My Love, Celebration
Choreographers Express Yourself, Give Me All Your Luvin’, Celebration
Choreographer I’m Addicted
Choreographers Sagara Jo
Baton Coach
Drum Coach
Slackline Coach

COSTUMES
Arianne Phillips
Linda Matthews
Laura Morgan
Terry Anderson
Joan Reidy
Molly Rebuschatis
Phil Boutte
Natasha Paczkowski
Crystal Thompson
Graeme Kalb
Kareem James
Jocelyn Goldstein
Nicki Moody
Marley Glassroth
Seana Gordon
Brianna Patterson
Willie Leon
Alexis Hilferte Forte


Costume Designer/Tour Stylist
Costume Supervisor
Assistant Costume Designer
Assistant Costume Designer
Assistant Costume Designer
Assistant to Arianne Phillips
Illustrator
Cutter Fitter
Cutter Fitter
Shopper
Shopper
Shopper
Shopper
Shopper
Shopper
Costume Coordinator
Costume P.A. 
Costume P.A.

PARTICIPATING DESIGNERS
Madonna's Costume for Act 3 Designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier, Swarovski, Truth or Dare Intimates & Footwear, Miu Miu, Prada, Brooks Brothers, Adidas, Y-3, Dolce & Gabbana, Dsquared
Additional Designs: 'Justify' Masks Created by Corine Lansellem, Michael Schmidt, Jeremy Scott, Desi Santiago, Erik Halley, Stephen Jones, Fausto Puglasi, Rock Owens

TOURING CREW
Tony Villaneuva
Lana Czajka
Lisa Nishimura
Renee Sola
Julie Sola
Pam Lewis
Krystie Rodriguez
Deb Cooper


Madonna's Dresser
Head Wardrobe
Wardrobe
Wardrobe
Wardrobe
Wardrobe
Wardrobe
Wardrobe

TOUR STAFF
Tres Thomas
Frankie Enfield
Jason Milner
Cynthia Oknaian
Jill McCutchan
Gingi Levin
Rafael Pagan
Andy LeCompte
Gina Brooke
Jean-Michel Ete
Courtney Rousso
Jerry Meltzer
Didier Meert
Huge Rodriguez
Marco Pernini
Mayumi Niimi
Michelle Peck
Nicole Winhoffer
Suzanne Lynch
Abel Meza


Tour Director
Artist Tour Manager
Tour Manager
Ticketing Manager
Assistant Tour Manager
Assistant Artist Tour Manager
Tour Management Assistant
Key Hair Stylist for Madonna
Key Make-Up Artist for Madonna
Kinesitherapeute D.E.
Hotel Advance
Security
Security
Family Security
Artist Chef
Artist Chef
Esthetician/Masseuse
Trainer
Physical Therapist (USA)
Artist Driver

Tour Grosses

EUROPE
1. Tel Aviv, Israel: $4,339,876 - 1 show - 33,457 attendance
2. Abu Dhabi, UAE: $8,053,500 - 2 shows - 45,722 attendance
3. Istanbul, Turkey: $6,219,598 - 1 show - 47,789 attendance
4. Rome, Italy: $2,835,542 - 1 show - 36,658 attendance
5. Milan, Italy: $5,624,570 - 1 show - 53,244 attendance
6. Florence, Italy: $4,252,680 - 1 show - 42,434 attendance
7. Barcelona, Spain: $3,893,274 - 2 shows - 33,178 attendance
8. Coimbra, Portugal: $3,156,022 - 1 show - 33,597 attendance
9. Berlin, Germany: $3,679,378 - 2 shows - 25,481 attendance
10. Copenhagen, Denmark: $2,980,465 - 1 show - 29,416 attendance
11. Gothenburg, Sweden: $4,510,807 - 1 show - 36,472 attendance
12. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: $3,777,245 - 2 shows - 29,172 attendance
13. Cologne, Germany: $1,775,841 - 1 show - 14,489 attendance
14. Brussels, Belgium: $3,676,447 - 1 show - 36,778 attendance
15. Paris, France:  $7,195,799 - 1 show - 62,195 attendance
16. London, UK: $6,714,027 - 1 show - 54,140 attendance
17. Birmingham, UK: $1,998,196 - 1 show - 11,684 attendance
18. Edinburgh, UK:  $4,974,731 - 1 show - 52,160 attendance
19. Dublin, Ireland: $3,175,497 - 1 show - 33,953 attendance
20. Paris, France (Olympia): $346,653 - 1 show - 2,576 attendance
21. Vienna, Austria: $1,953,791 - 1 show - 33,250 attendance
22. Warsaw, Poland: $2,933,410 - 1 show - 38,699 attendance
23. Kiev, Ukrain: $4,893,317 - 1 show - 31,022 attendance
24. Moscow, Russia: $4,074,400 - 1 show - 19,842 attendance
25. St.Petersburg, Russia: $2,683,569 - 1 show - 19,079 attendance
26. Helsinki, Finland: $5,589,900 - 1 show - 42,760 attendance
27. Oslo, Norway: $3,017,871 - 1 show - 18,631 attendance
28. Zurich, Switzerland: $4,989,192 - 1 show - 37,792 attendance
29. Nice, France: $2,386,311 - 1 show - 29,670 attendance
Totals for European leg: $115,701,909 - 33 shows reported to Billboard - 985,340 tickets


NORTH AMERICA
30. Philadelphia, PA: $2,651,855 - 1 show - 15,741 attendance
31. Montreal, Q: $3,457,482 - 1 show - 16,918 attendance
32. Quebec City, QC: $8,098,292 - 1 show - 70,569 attendance
33. Boston, MA: $2,450,720 - 1 show - 13,995 attendance
34. New York City, NY: $12,599,540 - 2 shows - 79,775 attendance
35. Ottawa, ON: $2,371,994  - 1 show - 14,422 attendance
36. Toronto, ON: $7,458,188 - 2 shows - 32,557 attendance
37. Atlantic City, NJ: $2,891,340 - 1 show - 12,207 attendance
38. Chicago, IL: $5,102,880 - 2 shows - 28,143 attendance
39. Washington, D.C.: $4,860,428 - 2 shows - 27,944 attendance
40. Vancouver, BC: $4,758,994 - 2 shows - 28,500 attendance
41. Seattle, WA: $3,723,405 - 2 shows - 23,651 attendance
42. San Jose, CA: $4,791,285 - 2 shows - 25,907 attendance
43. Los Angeles, CA: $6,162,835 - 2 shows - 29,015 attendance
44. Las Vegas, NV: $7,188,879 - 2 shows - 24,991 attendance
45. Phoenix, AZ: $2,389,060 - 1 show - 13,239 attendance
46. Denver, CO: $2,135,835 - 1 show - 13,280 attendance
47. Dallas, TX: $2,329,690 - 1 show - 14,360 attendance
48. Houston, TX: $4,390,355 - 2 shows - 24,797 attendance
49. New Orleans, LA: $2,261,515 - 1 show - 14,498 attendance
50. Kansas City, MO: $2,366,220 - 1 show - 14,108 attendance
51. St. Louis, MO: $2,449,110 - 1 show - 16,022 attendance
52. St. Paul, MN: $4,229,005 - 2 shows - 26,084 attendance
53. Pittsburgh, PA: $2,358,670 - 1 show - 14,120 attendance
54. Detroit, MI: $1,833,154 - 1 show - 13,716 attendance
55. Cleveland, OH: $2,546,780 - 1 show - 16,487 attendance
56. New York City, NY: $4,846,665 - 2 shows - 24,790 attendance
57. Charlotte, NC: $2,208,180 - 1 show - 13,817 attendance
58. Atlanta, GA: $2,379,792 - 1 show - 13,504 attendance
59. Miami, FL: $5,241,125 - 2 shows - 27,976 attendance
Totals for North American leg: $122,533,273 - 43 shows reported to Billboard - 705,133 tickets


LATIN AMERICA
60. Mexico City, Mexico: $11,586,745 - 2 shows - 84,382 attendance
61. Medellin, Colombia: $14,741,104 - 2 shows - 90,018 attendance
62. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: $4,332,428 - 1 show - 34,709 attendance
63. Sao Paulo, Brazil: $8,430,677 - 2 shows - 85,255 attendance
64. Porto Alegre, Brazil: $7,578,191 - 1 show - 42,524 attendance
65. Buenos Aires, Argentina: $10,820,041 - 2 shows - 89,226 attendance
66. Santiago, Chile: $3,867,601 - 1 show - 47,625 attendance
67. Cordoba, Argentina: $5,566,393 - 1 show - 48,133 attendance
Totals for Latin American leg: $66,923,180 - 12 shows reported to Billboard - 521,872 tickets


WORLDWIDE TOTAL: $305,158,363 - 88 shows reported to Billboard - 2,212,345 tickets