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Time to ‘Celebrate’: Here’s Where to Get Last-Minute Madonna Tickets Online

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“Welcome to the party, bitches,” Madonna previously announced for her global Celebration Tour. Commemorating four decades of the superstar’s biggest hits, Madonna kicked off the U.S. leg of her 2023-2024 run of concert dates (including rescheduled dates) in December, performing in over 35 cities across North America and Europe.

Initially set for July 2023, Madonna had to postpone the Celebration Tour in June after getting hospitalized due to a bacterial infection. “My first thought when I woke up in the hospital was my children,” Madonna shared in a statement online in July. “My second thought was that I did not want to disappoint anyone who bought tickets for my tour. I also didn’t want to let down the people who worked tirelessly with me over the last few months to create my show. I hate to disappoint anyone.”

Since it began in 2023, Madonna’s tour has become one of the hottest tickets in town, with a slew of dates instantly selling out. Last summer, Madonna announced the rescheduled dates for the Celebration Tour, which included new dates for New York and Los Angeles, among other cities. The Celebration Tour is currently underway, with only a few shows left before it wraps this spring — here’s where to score last-minute tickets.

Where to Buy Madonna Concert Tickets

If you didn’t get the chance to buy Madonna tickets for her remaining 2024 tour when they originally went on sale on Ticketmaster, you’re not completely out of luck. Select tickets are still available on Ticketmaster, and you can still find Madonna tickets for most of the rescheduled dates on resale sites including Vivid Seats, StubHub, SeatGeek, and TicketNetwork. (Don’t forget that you may end up paying more for resale tickets, as they can sometimes go for more than face value.)

Find Madonna Tickets on Ticketmaster

Although Madonna previously sold-out shows across America when they went on sale on Ticketmaster, fans can still find both standard and verified resale tickets on Ticketmaster. Price listings include fees on its app, with dates still available for many of the remaining North American stops. We’ve found tickets ranging in price from $96 up to $500+ on Ticketmaster’s site for March 9 stop in Los Angeles.

Find Madonna Tickets on Vivid Seats

Looking for Madonna tickets for previously sold-out dates? You might also try looking on Vivid Seats. Rolling Stone readers can use our exclusive promo code RS2024 at checkout to save $20 off first purchases over $200. We found available stubs for her upcoming L.A. date on March 9 for about $121 each at the time of this writing. You might also try checking the site as your preferred date gets closer, as prices sometimes dip right before the concert happens.

Find Madonna Tickets on StubHub

StubHub currently has Madonna tickets on sale for rescheduled Celebration Tour dates. We’ve spotted tickets going for as low as $179 a piece for the upcoming Palm Springs stop, and around $144 each for the final date in Austin in April.

Find Madonna Tickets on TicketNetwork

Fans can also shop for Madonna tickets on TicketNetwork. We found available tickets for anywhere between $69 to under $300 for multiple dates, including the newly rescheduled 2024 run. You can score a $10 discount on tickets with the promo code TNTIX.

Find Madonna Tickets on SeatGeek

Whether you’re hoping to go to the Kia Forum in L.A. or the final dates in Austin, you can also snag Madonna concert tickets on resale site SeatGeek. Readers can use our exclusive promo code ROLLINGSTONE10 to take $10 off eligible first orders over $250 at checkout. We noticed tickets for the Palm Desert shows going for about $166 a piece at the time of this writing.

Madonna Celebration Tour Dates 2024

Here are the remaining dates for Madonna’s rescheduled Celebration Tour for 2024 across North America, including stops in Los Angeles, Austin, and Miami. You can see the full itinerary on Madonna’s website.

March 7 — Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum
March 9 — Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum
March 11 — Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum
March 13 — Palm Springs, CA @ Acrisure Arena
March 16 — Phoenix, AZ @ Footprint Center
March 19 — Denver, CO @ Ball Arena
March 24 — Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
March 25 — Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
March 28 — Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
March 29 — Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
April 1 — Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
April 4 — Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
April 6 — Miami, FL @ Kaseya Center
April 7 — Miami, FL @ Kaseya Center
April 14 — Austin, TX @ Moody Center
April 15 — Austin, TX @ Moody Center

During her first week of the Celebration Tour at a stop in Antwerp, Belgium, Madonna took a minute to address her recent hospitalization. “Less than four months ago, I was in a hospital and I was unconscious, and people were thinking, predicting that I might not make it,” Madonna told fans at Belgium’s Sportpaleis Arena. “So, it’s a fucking miracle that I’m here right now. My mother, God bless her, she must be watching over me — she said, ‘Girl, it’s not your time to go.’”

Madonna also recently spoke about the “near-death experience” during her Los Angeles concert in March, even addressing her doctor who was in the audience and the first words she said after getting out of her coma.

“It’s called a near-death experience, and I’m not kidding, it was pretty scary,” Madonna said. “Obviously, I didn’t know for four days because I was in an induced coma, but when I woke up, the first word I said was, ‘No.’ Anyway, that’s what my assistant tells me.”

The icon later told the audience, including this writer, at the Forum, “I’m pretty sure that God was saying to me, ‘You want to come with? You want to come with us, wanna go this way?’ And I said, ‘No!’”

After the massive demand for the 2023 dates, Madonna added several additional stops to the Celebration Tour, which included shows in Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York. Last March, Madonna also announced eight new U.S. dates to the Celebration Tour, with concerts in Washington, D.C., Palm Springs, San Francisco, Vegas, and Nashville, Tennessee, with a portion of proceeds from the show supporting trans-rights organizations.

“The oppression of the LGBTQ+ is not only unacceptable and inhumane; it’s creating an unsafe environment; it makes America a dangerous place for our most vulnerable citizens, especially trans women of color,” Madonna shared in a statement on Instagram. “Also, these so-called laws to protect our children are unfounded and pathetic. Anyone with half a brain knows not to fuck with a drag queen. Bob and I will see you from the stage in Nashville where we will celebrate the beauty that is the queer community.”

With dates scheduled throughout April 2024, Madonna will continue to travel all across the United States for the Celebration Tour, including stops in Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and Austin.


Madonna Celebration Tour Set List

Madonna’s tour features some of the legend’s most iconic songs and moments throughout her career.

“Madonna, I dare you to do a world tour and play your greatest motherfuckin’ hits,” Amy Schumer dared the singer in the tour announcement clip, which included appearances from Judd Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Diplo, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre, and Bob The Drag Queen, who will support Madonna on the road.

“Four decades … as in, 40 years” Madonna replies. “As in, all those songs?”

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer performs tracks from the opener “Nothing Really Matters” to “La Isla Bonita,” which she also sang with Schumer in the tour announcement clip.

At a recent stop at the Kia Forum in L.A., Madonna’s set list also included “Holiday” from her self-titled debut to the disco anthem “Hung Up” from 2005’s Confessions on a Dance Floor to the title track from 1998’s Ray of Light — there’s no shortage of Madonna’s greatest songs to choose from.

Check out some of the songs from Madonna’s set list from March 4 show in L.A. below:

“Nothing Really Matters”


“Into the Groove”

“Burning Up”

“Open Your Heart”


“Live to Tell”

“Like a Prayer”

“Living for Love”


“Justify My Love”

“Hung Up”

“Bad Girl”


“Human Nature”

“Crazy for You”

“Die Another Day”

“Don’t Tell Me”

“Mother and Father”

“Express Yourself”

“La Isla Bonita”

“Don’t Cry for Me Argentina”

“Bedtime Story”

“Ray of Light”

“Take a Bow”

“Billie Jean / Like a Virgin”


“Bitch I’m Madonna”


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