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Madonna's past tours
Tickets for Madonna's show at Madison Square Garden in New York sold out in just 34 minutes. Support on the tour came from rappers, The Beastie Boys.
The Virgin Tour was Madonna's debut concert tour. She played dates in the US and Canada.
Madonna's first world tour, the Who's That Girl tour was considered at the time to be the largest and highest grossing concert tour ever.
Her date in Turin, Italy was filmed and released as Ciao, Italia! - Live from Italy, which is available to buy on DVD.
Blond Ambition was Madonna's second world tour and saw her play 57 shows in 27 cities. It was immortilised in her documentary film, Truth Or Dare (also known as In Bed With Madonna). The Pope called for a boycott of the show in Italy due to its overtly sexual nature and use of Catholicism.
This tour saw Madonna sport her infamous cone brassiere, designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier.
The Girlie Show tour was named after a 1941 painting by Edward Hopper.
The show was directed by her brother, Christopher Ciccone and came in support of her Erotica album.
The Drowned World tour was Madonna's first in eight years and grossed a staggering 75 million US dollars.
During the tour she performed songs from her albums Music, Ray Of Light and Bedtime Stories for the first time. The Drowned World tour was divided into five sections: Punk, Geisha / Anime, Country / Western, Latin / Gypsy and Urban.
The Reinvention tour included a song taken from every Madonna album to date and was the highest grossing tour of 2004.
The tour incorporated themes including the French Renaissance, military and circus / cabaret. While on the road, she filmed a two hour documentary entitled I'm Going To Tell You A Secret, which showed Madonna as we've never seen her before - falling asleep in an English pub after drinking too much!
Madonna's 2006 tour was in support of her chart-topping album Confessions On A Dance Floor. True to form, Madonna courted controversy due to the depiction of crucifiction during the song Live To Tell. The scene was cut in a US TV broadcast of the show.
The opening section of the show had an equestrian theme which was inspired by her horse riding accident the previous year. Her actual x-rays taken after the incident were used on the screens.