Madonna has postponed her upcoming Celebration tour due to a serious bacterial infection. The tour was scheduled to kick off in Vancouver on July 15, but Madonna was hospitalized with the infection on June 24. She has since been released from the hospital, but her manager, Guy Oseary, says she is still under medical care and a full recovery is expected.
In an Instagram post, Oseary said that Madonna is “improving,” but that she needs to “pause all commitments, which includes the tour.” He said that the tour will be rescheduled, but that no new dates have been announced yet.
The Celebration tour was supposed to be a 35-city global tour that would celebrate Madonna’s 40-year career. The tour was set to feature songs from all of Madonna’s albums, as well as new material.
Madonna is 64 years old and has been a pop star for over four decades. She is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with over 300 million records sold worldwide. She has won seven Grammy Awards and has been nominated for 28.
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* Fans can stay up-to-date on Madonna’s recovery and the rescheduled tour dates by following her on social media.
* Fans can also visit Madonna’s website for more information.