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Madonna. photo by Kevin Mazur from madonna.com

Madonna. Photo by Kevin Mazur from madonna.com

Madonna Tel Aviv Date Delayed By Two Days

by Paul Cashmere on April 27, 2012

in News

Madonna will open her MDNA tour in Tel Aviv on May 31, two days after the original opening date.

Madonna. photo by Kevin Mazur from madonna.com

Madonna. Photo by Kevin Mazur from madonna.com

76- dates have been announced for the MDNA world tour that will kick off in Israel at Tel Aviv’s Ramat Gan Stadium.

The promoters Live Nation and Shuki Weiss cite production delays for the two- day postponement.

Madonna has already sold 1.4 million tickets for the tour throughout the already announced European and North American dates. Mexico and South American dates were recently announced. Live Nation will soon announce the Australian dates for her first tour down under in 20 years.

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