TEXAS, USA — Fresh off wiping her Instagram account last weekend, Madonna announced she's about to embark on a world tour.
The 64-year-old singer said in a release that the tour will be an "artistic journey through four decades" of music.
Madonna's tour will begin July 15 in Vancouver before stopping in Texas in September. The tour will end on Dec. 1 in Amsterdam. Madonna initially had three shows in the Lone Star State, but has now increased that number to six due to "overwhelming demand."
Here are all Texas stops:
- Wednesday, Sept. 13: Toyota Center in Houston
- Thursday, Sept. 14: Toyota Center in Houston
- Monday, Sept. 18: American Airlines Center in Dallas
- Tuesday, Sept. 19: American Airlines Center in Dallas
- Thursday, Sept. 21: Moody Center in Austin
- Friday, Sept. 22: Moody Center in Austin
Tickets for the tour went on sale Friday. You can purchase tickets for Madonna's tour on her website.
The Material Girl's tour is tied to the 40th anniversary of the release of her first album, "Madonna," which came out in July 1983.
Reports said that The Celebration Tour is expected to be the biggest she's ever done and the first-ever career retrospective, featuring her biggest hits from the last 40 years. It's also expected to feature special guest Bob the Drag Queen, also known as Caldwell Tidicue, for all dates.
LiveNation said that fans can also purchase VIP packages for Madonna's tour, which could include premium tickets, behind-the-scenes tours and group photos on stage through their VIP Nation website.