Madonna was photographed sporting a trendy ‘Mary Is My Homegirl’ t-shirt jumping into her trendy Mini Cooper after Kabbalah in Beverly Hills on Sunday (March 28).
Madonna Tour To Mine Catalog Of Hits
March 27, 2004 – Madonna’s $300 top-end ticket price for her new ‘re-Invention’ world tour puts her in the upper tier of touring artists, a status her handlers believe she has earned. “I am not expecting sticker shock — Madonna is one of the few artists who gives a performance worthy of every cent spent,” Madonna’s manager Caresse Henry tells Reuters. “I am basing ticket prices on the going rate and knowing the show she is preparing to give.” Arthur Fogel, touring division president for worldwide promoter Clear Channel Entertainment, who is overseeing the tour, added, “Madonna is a unique and major-league act. Whenever she works, it’s a true event, and I don’t see it being any different this time.”
Madonna Sells Out Pair Of London Gigs
March 26, 2004 – Radio 1 reports Madonna has added an extra date to her UK tour after tickets sold out when they went on sale Friday morning. She will be play another gig at Earls Court on August 19 – but tickets for that performance have sold out too. Tickets for the gigs have appeared on the internet, with some asking for as much as $1,800 a pair.
Madonna Tour Spoiler
March 26, 2004 – MadonnaLicious.com reports that Madonna’s ‘re-Invention’ world tour is “designed to start off dark and heavy, similar to the Drowned World tour and then gets decadent in the middle, like The Girlie Show, and by the end it’s just all out fun…. Madonna wakes up from the dream and the show is over, except for the encores.”
Madonna Putting The Cash Squeeze To Fans On Tour
March 25, 2004 – The New York Daily News reports Madonna’s ‘re-Invention’ tour will be her most expensive show ever, with tickets costing up to $300 each. “Madonna is charging $300 for the top seats and $175 for so-so seats,” revealed a source. “There are a couple of hundred that are cheaper, but more than 60% of the arena is at insanely expensive prices.” The pricey tour will mean a big payoff for The Material Girl. “Madonna is netting a cool $100 million for three months of concert dates,” the source added.
Madonna Icon Ticket Presale Success
March 24, 2004 – Madonna fan site DrownedMadonna.com reports that response to the ICON ticket pre-sale has been unbelievable. Thousands of tickets sold in minutes and the pre-sales sold out quickly after going live to the Icon members. If you missed out on the ticket pre-sale, many of the public on sales begin this weekend. Also, Platinum ticket packages for each show of the 2004 Re-Invention tour will be available soon.