Rebel Heart Tour
Rebel Heart Tour
Madonna stands tall after her return to The O2
After her Brit Awards tumble, the Queen of Pop returns to Greenwich to wow fans with a slick show.
Opening night of Madonna’s ‘Rebel Heart Tour’
Madonna performed the opening night of her Rebel Heart Tour in Montreal last night. It was a night filled with spectacular visuals, original and expertly performed choreography and most importantly, the Material Girl herself who proved why she is considered a living legend.
Madonna kicks off her Rebel Heart Tour with a hit-packed
Madonna has kicked off her long-awaited Rebel Heart Tour, packing in a set laden with hits, costume changes and no tumbles (thankfully).
Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour starts beating at the Bell Centre
In an uncharacteristically unadorned segment around two-thirds into the kickoff of her Rebel Heart Tour, Wednesday at the Bell Centre, Madonna announced she was “going to sing a little song here on my guitar — back to where it all began.”
Madonna seemed to be happy at last during upbeat Rebel Heart Tour opener: review
The most shocking thing about Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour, which opened at Montreal’s Bell Centre Wednesday, had nothing to do with sex (how could it at this late date?).
Madonna keeps it together (and familiar) on opening night of ‘Rebel Heart Tour’ in Montreal: review
Bad luck has struck Madonna with each and every step of her Rebel Heart campaign, from the album leaking in demo form before even being announced to the backward yank-and-thud down the stairs heard ’round the world at the 2015 BRIT Awards.
Madonna kicks her new tour off in rebel style
Queen of Pop Madonna has kicked off her Rebel Heart Tour in Montreal. The 57-year-old iconic singer, who has been wowing audiences for over three decades, belted out a selection of old and new and even performed Material Girl from the first time since her Blonde Ambition Tour in the 1990s.
Madonna kicks off Rebel Heart Tour in Montreal
Pole dancers dressed like nuns, Mike Tyson and nonstop theatrics. Welcome to the church of Madonna.
Madonna takes the Verizon Center by storm (review)
“I still believe in love — even if Barack Obama didn’t come to my show,” Madonna teased near the end of Saturday night’s concert at the Verizon Center. “Maybe I’m too provocative.” Like all her tours, Rebel Heart had its fair share of provocation, chiefly through repeated sacrilegious references to God and Catholic iconography.