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Madonna: The MDNA Tour

TV-14 2013 | 120 mins | Concert EPIX Originals
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You can call her the Queen of Pop or you can call her the Material Girl, but there's no moniker quite so evocative as simply: Madonna. The seven-time Grammy Award winner returns to the stage in an epic world tour billed as "a journey from darkness to light." And whether you're in it for Madonna's trademark blend of controversial themes and killer dance moves, or simply some delicious pop hooks, you won't be disappointed.


For even more Madonna, check out the MDNA Dance Workshop, an intimate look behind the scenes at the auditions and training for the coved dance positions in the MDNA tour.

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Top 10 Fun Facts

  1. A seasoned pro: this is Madonna's ninth concert tour, in support of her 12th studio album MDNA.
  2. Famous firsts: the MDNA tour marked Madonna's first performances in the United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Scotland and Colombia.
  3. Deep, but with plenty of dancing, too: Madonna divides the MDNA show into sections titled Transgression, Prophecy, Masculine/Feminine and Redemption.
  4. She's still got it (duh): Billboard ranked this as the highest-grossing tour of 2012, with over $305 million grossed from 88 sold-out shows.
  5. Double whammy: the MDNA tour's success makes it the second highest grossing tour of all time by a female artist. Number one? Madonna's Sticky & Sweet tour.
  6. Fashion forward: Madonna's long-time designer Jean Paul Gaultier created the costumes for this tour.
  7. Can you blame them? Fans lined up 24 hours in advance to score tickets for Madonna's first-ever show in Abu Dhabi.
  8. Annnnnd go! 60,000 tickets for Madonna's performance at Yankee Stadium sold out in just 20 minutes, prompting concert promoters to add a second NYC date.
  9. Not to be outdone by the Big Apple, Madonna's Kansas City fans snapped up tickets so fast the show sold out in a mere 12 minutes.
  10. For those about to rock: tickets for the show at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa sold out in 21 minutes to become the fastest-selling concert in the venue's history, knocking off previous record holders AC/DC.