Madonna, a 64-year-old pop icon has postponed her career-spanning Celebration tour because she was hospitalized for several days and remains under medical care, source – nytimes.
- She was taken to a hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU) with a serious bacterial infection.
- A new start date for her tour has not been announced.
- Madonna was expected to launch her 84-day tour next month.
Pop icon Madonna is recovering from what her manager says was a "serious bacterial infection" that put her in intensive care for several days. pic.twitter.com/f2ilfKuYMR— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) June 28, 2023
Madonna has postponed her “Celebration” tour due to a serious bacterial infection, according to Guy Oseary who announced it via Instagram on Wednesday, June 28.
Oseary reported that Madonna became infected on Saturday, June 24 and required several days in intensive care unit (ICU). According to him, she has made progress while under medical attention but remains critical.
Oseary said he will share more details regarding rescheduled dates as soon as they have them.
Details Regarding Her Tour:
Madonna planned to visit over 35 cities across North America and Europe during her 40th Anniversary Tour to commemorate this first fully retrospective tour, marking 40 years in her career.
Tickets had already gone on sale; we will provide updates here as new information becomes available.
Madonna deserves our best wishes for a speedy recovery and we hope she’s back on her tour soon.