The Queen Of Pop Also Postponed Her London & Paris Dates

Due to 'overwhelming' pain, Madonna has been forced to cancel her Boston shows (image via Instagram)
‘Overwhelming’ pain has forced Madonna to cancel her Boston shows (image via Instagram)

Bad news for Boston!

Madonna has announced via Instagram that she has been forced to cancel all three performances of her Madame X concert tour in Boston due to “overwhelming” pain.

The 61-year-old pop star, who says her current show brings her “so much joy,” admits in the post that the decision wasn’t made lightly but is necessary to “rest and follow doctor’s orders” in order to “come back stronger and better and continue the Madame X journey with all of you.”

The canceled dates were scheduled for November 30 and December 1-2 at Boston’s Wang Theatre, and unfortunately, they will not be rescheduled for some time in the future.

“As we are unable to reschedule the Boston dates due to the tight scheduling through the balance of the year, refunds will be automatically issued to the credit card on which they were ordered,” read a statement on Madonna’s official website.

A new post on the pop star’s website Friday morning announced the schedule for her concerts in Europe would also be reshuffled.

“The Madame X 2020 tour will relaunch in Lisbon on 12-January where it plays 8 sold-out shows through January 23rd. It then proceeds to London whereas a result of the highly specialized production elements, the Madame X Tour date originally slated for Sunday, 26-January at the London Palladium will now be rescheduled to Sunday, 16-February becoming the final date in the 15-show run in this city. There is no change to the additional performances 27, 29 & 30 January and 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13 and 15-February,” read the announcement.

Shortly thereafter, a second update went up regarding a shift of Madge’s Paris dates:

“As a result of the highly specialized production elements, the first two Madonna’s Madame X Tour dates in Paris originally slated for Tuesday, 18-February and Wednesday, 9-February have been rescheduled to 10-March and 11-March respectively. There is no change to the additional performances on 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29-February and 1, 3,4, 7 & 8-March.”

Although she doesn’t share the nature of her injuries, the BBC reports earlier this month Madge “told fans in San Francisco she was suffering from a “torn ligament” and a “bad knee.”

The Queen of Pop hasn’t been shy about sharing her post-show routine which has included 3 a.m. ice baths taken in stride while her family and tour team cheers her on.

The BBC notes that while Madonna “is notoriously reluctant to cancel shows, abandoning only a handful of dates over the course of her 37-year career,” the Madame X tour has had some setbacks.

The debut performance of the tour in New York had to be pushed back due to production issues. And once the three-week residency began at Brooklyn’s Howard Gilman Opera House, one of the NYC dates had to be canceled due to injury.

The opening night performance of the tour in Los Angeles was called off as well.

Madge shared pics and video of her resting on Thanksgiving Day including singing a bit of Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road.” Instinct recently reported on her mid-concert chat with the rapper during the LA run of her tour which included banter, beer and an invitation to ride horses in the future.

The Madame X tour is scheduled to re-commence in Philadelphia on December 7 for four nights at the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia.

(source: BBC)

2 thoughts on “The Queen Of Pop Also Postponed Her London & Paris Dates”

  1. Face it, Madonna. You’re 61, and those family history health issues are starting to catch up with you. In 4 years you can collect Social Security and get Medicare. It happens to most of us. To quote Bette Davis: “Getting old isn’t for sissies!” Don’t work so hard, you don’t have to anymore.


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