Madonna delays 'MDNA' world tour
The Queen of Pop has pushed her world tour back by several days and has blamed the setback on "production delays".
Madonna was due to kick off the extensive run of dates, which are in support of her fantastic new studio album 'MDNA', on May 29 in Tel Aviv, but has now been forced to reschedule the first show to May 31.
She posted a message to her official website explaining the situation and confirmed that tickets for the original date will be honoured at the new one:
"Madonna's MDNA Tour is now planned for Thursday, May 31st at Ramat Gan Stadium in Tel Aviv, two days later than previously scheduled due to production delays."
"The change in the opening date was announced today by promoters Live Nation and Shuki Weiss. All tickets dated May 29th will be honoured at the rescheduled May 31st event."
When asked by one of the 'Like A Prayer' icon's fans how preparation for the tour has been going, her manager Guy Oseary recently tweeted: "not much to report... Rehearsals... Rehearsals.. and Rehearsals...."
Watch Madonna's recent interview on ITV's Daybreak, in which she discusses her upcoming tour, below:
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