The Queen is at it again! Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour has already grossed $46 million in the two months that it has been on the road.
The “Living For Love” singer, 57, has performed for more than 300,000 fans at 24 shows so far, according to Billboard. The first leg of the tour, which kicked off on Sept. 9 in Montreal, hit venues across the United States and Canada.
The Sept. 16 and 17 shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden were the highest-grossing so far, with a combined ticket sales count of 28,371. The Oct. 24 show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas produced the top sales total with $3.5 million in one night. Brooklyn’s Barclays Center saw the largest crowd for a single date, with 14,258 fans on Sept. 19.
The Rebel Heart Tour is the superstar’s 10th world tour. The show features an array of hits from the Queen of Pop’s vast catalogue, including “Like a Virgin,” “Holiday,” “Deeper and Deeper,” and “True Blue,” plus tracks off her latest album, Rebel Heart.
Madge’s highest-grossing tour to date is the Sticky & Sweet Tour, which grossed $408 million in 2008 and 2009. It is ranked No. 5 on the list of top-grossing tours of all time.
The Rebel Heart Tour will travel across Europe, Asia, and Oceania before it comes to an end on March 27, 2016.
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