Fans of bygone Madonna eras may find themselves pulled back into the pop queen’s orbit with an upcoming project. Details are still very hush-hush, but from all appearances, Madge is just days away from announcing the tour of a lifetime.
The intrusive chanteuse just celebrated a legendary career last year with her biggest compilation album ever. Finally Enough Love: 50 number ones dropped in August, serving as an ultimate victory lap for a performer who’s spent the last four decades topping the dance charts — well, her ultimate victory lap until now.
The alleged tour is thought to kick off in 2023, exactly forty years after the release of her self-titled debut album. With a rumored setlist spanning her entire career, this is set to be her first ever compilation tour.
Madonna has seemingly had hitting the road again on her mind for a while now. Last year, she waxed on her desire to reintroduce her collection to the youth.
“I’m just looking for interesting, fun ways to re-release my catalog and introduce my music to a new generation. I’m focused on that,” she explained to Variety. “I want to go on tour again, I’m a creature of the stage. That is my happy place.”
She also spoke in an Instagram Live about whether she was planning to tour the world again.
“Hell yeah. I have to. Stadium, baby,” she said, before adding, “Me and Britney, what about that?”
The singer reportedly already has multiple nights booked at London’s O2 Arena.