A day out of the ordinary
The general public sale of tickets for the Los Angeles and New York City shows of the re-INVENTION Tour captured the attention of Madonna‘s fans yesterday.
The New York shows are known to be among the most requested of the entire tour, and a total of four shows added to the two originally scheduled certainly confirmed the expectations.
The May 24 Los Angeles one will be the opening show of the tour, and that was enough to make it sell out in fifteen minutes. The additional second show is selling much slower, but with only spare seats available at the moment we have to be prepared for a third one eventually added to the tour schedule.
Boston and Philadelphia were also brilliant co-protagonists. Two more dates have been added to the June 27 show at the Worcester’s Centrum Center, together with a second show in Philadelphia.
The re-INVENTION Tour schedule is then becoming more and more consistent, that also means that the gap available for more shows or even more venues is becoming narrower.
On the other side of the Atlantic, the Israeli press announced two show in Tel Aviv for September 12 and 13. Blumfield Stadium may then be the only open air venue of the tour, even if its seating capacity is even smaller than the one of the bigger arenas of the Tour. The rumored stop at Slane Castle in Ireland may be a second one, even if it is not clear if the still unconfirmed date will involve the tour itself, or if Madonna will be part of a wider performance act.
Fans from Germany, Italy and Spain are also waiting for a final word about a possible stop of the tour in their countries, which is reported being more in the likes, also thanks to the shorter stop in Middle East.
Fans from France are now worried for the on sale date of the tickets for the Paris stop of the tour, September 1 in Bercy. Previously listed both on madonna.com homepage and on ticketnet.fr, the date of Wednesday, March 31 has now disappeared from both websites.