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First night in London now rescheduled

Madonna cancels Boston shows amid 'overwhelming pain'

Live Nation is sorry to confirm that Madonna’s Madame X concerts previously scheduled for November 30th, December 1st and 2nd at The Boch Center Wang Theatre are cancelled due to doctor’s orders. We sincerely regret the disappointment to Madonna's Boston fans.

'Please forgive this unexpected turn of events. Doing my show every night brings me so much joy and to cancel is a kind of punishment for me but the pain I’m in right now is overwhelming and I must rest and follow doctor’s orders so I can come back stronger and better and continue the Madame ❌ journey with all of you.'

The Madame X Tour is scheduled to resume on December 7 with three shows at The Met in Philadelphia and then head to Miami at the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theatre with seven shows starting on December 14. There are no other changes to the remaining 2019 shows in the U.S. at this time.

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.

From Madonna.com

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Morgan

To add insult to injury; I see on the post “Boston! Madame X Hearts You!” that those who purchased VIP tickets get a VIP book anyway, despite getting a full refund. This rubs me the wrong way as the wealthier Madonna fans get compensated, while the least wealthy are still left with nothing (expect some with the debt of hotel rooms and transportation). It would be nice if everyone who bought tickets to the Boston shows got this amazing VIP book. Instead, the wealthiest get something and the poor get nothing. It would have been better to not give anyone anything—at least the playing field would be level.
Again, I wish her well, but this tour, and the way this is being handled by her team is a mess. Am I jealous the rich fans get the book? Absolutely. They were refunded and still get something for free.

Morgan Newton

I wish her the best for recovery, but not rescheduling even at the end of the tour has left me with a bad taste in my mouth. Cancelling a whole stop. I spent a small fortune not only on tickets, but hotel, babysitter, transport, etc. Throw in the her disgraceful behavior at longtime fans, late shows, lack of apology, the productions specialized special effects “problems”, the beer bitch moments with celebrities she can talk to any time rather than a fan who slaved away to buy a ticket. I’m a lifelong fan and have been from the beginning, but in this day and age, acting like a diva/queen is not only unprofessional, it’s unsexy, and tired. I’m probably never going to another tour of hers if she does because I just want to have a good time. I don’t want to wait for her to come on at 12am and insult me for being tired.

Matthew

Sending Madonna my very best love ❤️

Apple

We love You Madonna. I love You. You are a true fighter and a big inspiration to Zillions of us across the planet. You have brought us so much joy and still continue to do so.

Don't be too harsh on yourself. Take rest and get well. Our love and prayers are with you.
We will see you back on stage as soon as you can. It has been and it is still a privilege living in a world with you and your music brightening our lives.

God bless.
With love and prayer, from a longtime fan.

TinaC

On the one hand I feel sorry for M with her injury, but surely this will now be her last ever tour? Reports from the shows indicate that she doesn't even really move around on stage that much now. Add onto this the disgraceful lateness, the shows cancelled/rescheduled due to "technical issues", her rude attitude towards her LOYAL HARDCORE fans, and I fail to see how many people would rush to buy a ticket in future (this tour has hardly had them queuing round the block for tickets as it is). And that's without even mentioning the sky-high ticket prices for what is, essentially, a very low-key showcase for a sub-par and grossly underperforming album. I know I certainly wouldn't. Very sad.

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