During the last two years, Madonna’s “Sticky & Sweet” tour has been views by more than two million fans in 58 cities, and will continue in 2009. The new start of the tour will be held in London on the 4th of July, and Madonna will visit 22 cities in the new part of her tour, of which 13 are cities she has never performed in. Madonna will visit Ljubljana on August 20, reports Lupa Promotion.
“This is a first for me. I've never extended a tour before” “I'm excited to be going back on the road, visiting places I've never been and returning to places I love” said Madonna for The Sun.
Besides London and Ljubljana, the concert tour, which has now been declared the most successful ever, will be held in Werchester in Belgium, Marseille, Hamburg, Oslo, Helsinki and Tallinn, and she will visit countries like Romania, Hungary, Serbia and Bulgaria.
A special guest who will join the tour is Paul Oakenfold, who is one of the most important names in the world club scene, and according to the Guinness Book of Records, he is the world’s best DJ.
On August 4 this summer, the famous American musician Madonna will perform her only concert in the Baltic states at the Tallinn Song Festival Ground in Estonia, as the concert organizer FBI spokesman Kristaps Karklins told LETA.
The concert in Estonia will be part of Madonna's "Sticky&Sweet Tour".
The concert will be warmed up by one of the world's most famous DJs – Paul Oakenfold.
Altogether, approximately 70,000 tickets will go on sale for Madonna's show, they will be available in all the three Baltic states starting from 10 a.m. on March 5.
Madonna started her world tour "Sticky&Sweet Tour" last year and the tour concerts have already been attended by more than 2 million people in 58 countries. The tour has turned out to be the most successful in the artist's career as its profit in 2008 amounted to approximately USD 280 million. As all the concerts were sold out, the "Sticky&Sweet Tour" can be considered the most successful solo artist tour in the history of music business.
Madonna's show in the capital of Estonia will be her first performance in the Baltic states.
FBI director Inga Kadeka underlines that Madonna's concert will be one of the most outstanding events in the history of show business in the Baltic states.
The Tallinn Song Festival Ground was chosen as the venue for the concert because it has a floor capacity for an audience of over 70,000 people.
The "Sticky&Sweet Tour" is organized to promote the singer's latest album "Hard Candy", which features such singles as "4 Minutes", "Give It 2 Me", "Miles Away"; the album debuted at number one in 37 countries' album charts.
Members of the FBI concert club will be offered to buy concert tickets already as of March 2, Karklins informed.