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You Can Still Attend Madonna’s Celebration Tour: Here’s Where to Buy Tickets

Mr. Nimbus | 12/19/2023

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Madonna‘s highly anticipated Celebration Tour kicked off with the premiere performance taking place in London on Saturday (Oct. 14). If you missed the first show, you don’t need to get “Hung Up” yet, as there are still plenty of opportunities see the 65-year-old hit the stage.

Get ready to be taken through the different eras of the Grammy-winning singer’s career as she performs some of her biggest hits throughout the decades.

The “Material Girl” singer took to Instagram on Monday (Dec. 18) to give fans a peek behind-the-scenes as she prepped to go on stage in Washington, D.C.

“It’s Show-Time………….🎙,” the caption on her carousel of photos reads.

The official ticket presale (including rescheduled dates) already occurred on Ticketmaster, but you might still be able to score some through the site or other cheap ticket sites including StubHub, VividSeats and Seat Geek. While Ticketmaster still has a stock of tickets on the market, dates are already selling out, which means you won’t want to wait too long before snagging some.

Keep reading to learn how to get tickets to the Celebration Tour before it’s completely sold out.

Other Ways to Get Madonna Celebration Tour Tickets

VividSeats has Madonna tickets starting at $58, and you can customize your selection by sorting tickets by price or seating area in the arena. Each purchase is protected through VividSeats’ 100% Buyer Guarantee.

StubHub has a stock of tickets starting at $60, and each purchase comes with FanProtect Guarantee. You can also customize your selections based on ones from the site or price range, or you can click on the interactive map to select exactly where you want to sit

Seat Geek is offering tickets starting at $79. The site uses a ranking system on a scale of 1-10 to rate ticket deals. Options labeled as a 10 are considered the best deal, and one-rated tickets are the worst. You can also include fees when looking at prices, and sign up to get notified if ticket sales drop in cost. First-time purchasers can score $10 off orders of $250+ when you use the code BILLBOARD10.

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