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Celebration Tour


butch1977

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First I'm gonna say the last tour for Madame X,  I'm a legacy member and I got 2 tickets and I got them for 55 bucks. On Wednesday I heard about the tour and that the pre-sale was already happening.  So I went to check them out. I was only allowed one ticket, if I selected 2  it said I had to change it because tickets aren't available. So I wasn't excited about that. I'm not rich so I was going to use the option to buy now pay later. Well that offer was no longer being showed so I selected PayPal to continue because I've used that option on PayPal. Well when I clicked it that purchased the ticket. The tickets started at 120 for nosebleed seats, the ticket I got was almost 200 bucks and it's a nosebleed seat as well.  So I'm confused on why the tickets for the intimate theater tour were cheaper and I was able to get two. So the big arena tour costs way more and only let me get one ticket. I've seen madonna alone before so I'm aware I would still have fun. But who's gonna share the excitement on the drive to and from the venue, who is gonna share the excitement of the upcoming tour, just me. 230 bucks may not be alot of money but I have 5 cats to feed and the pay later would have been nice. But Ticketmaster has been ***CENSORED*** people in the ass for years so I shouldn't be surprised.  Does madonna realize that announcing a tour and pre-sales beginning that same day with no advance notice gives us poor people 0 time to plan or save money. Lots of people live paycheck to paycheck and not everyone has big savings. So I will say this. My excitement for this tour is lukewarm.

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Sadly, I don't think Madonna (or any artist) have much say when it comes to ticket sale policies,  prices or an other  logistics. 

Ticketmaster holds far too much power. The government needs to step in and make changes.

Honestly, I have had great experiences with sites like Stubhub & Seat Geek. 

I have used both Ticketmaster & Seat Geek for this tour.

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Stage Configuration 

I’m debating what location to buy tickets.  For the Rebel Heart tour I bought approx  the 7th row, close to the main stage - but I remember feeling that most of the show was going on behind me and watching the show from behind.

It seems this new stage configuration has 3 catwalks that are not connected to the stage, in all cities.  What do y’all think.  Are these going to connect?  Are they going to be used as a pop-up spot for Madonna and/or dancers?  If it’s a place to pop up, how do they know it’s possible at all the venues?  Will there be some steps or walkways up above like the Confessions Tour connecting these catwalks? 

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 I really find not faire that a Legacy User, called Marco S., from Italy, has used multiple Legacy Icon codes (his and his friends) to buy and resell on Viagogo to make triple money. It's because of these people that general sales for Classic Icon members have no tickets left and Viagogo have something like 800 tickets for each show, at triple price. Not faire

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On 1/21/2023 at 4:33 PM, kyme said:

Sadly, I don't think Madonna (or any artist) have much say when it comes to ticket sale policies,  prices or an other  logistics. 

Ticketmaster holds far too much power. The government needs to step in and make changes.

Honestly, I have had great experiences with sites like Stubhub & Seat Geek. 

I have used both Ticketmaster & Seat Geek for this tour.

well, the tickets u say u see on resellers come from people who used Legacy code to buy and sell. I really find not faire that a Legacy User, called Marco S., from Italy, has used his Legacy Icon code to buy and resell 4 tickets on Viagogo to make triple money. It's because of these people that general sales for Classic Icon members have no tickets left and Viagogo have something like 800 tickets for each show, at triple price. Not faire

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21 hours ago, MySteffiBaby said:

Stage Configuration 

I’m debating what location to buy tickets.  For the Rebel Heart tour I bought approx  the 7th row, close to the main stage - but I remember feeling that most of the show was going on behind me and watching the show from behind.

It seems this new stage configuration has 3 catwalks that are not connected to the stage, in all cities.  What do y’all think.  Are these going to connect?  Are they going to be used as a pop-up spot for Madonna and/or dancers?  If it’s a place to pop up, how do they know it’s possible at all the venues?  Will there be some steps or walkways up above like the Confessions Tour connecting these catwalks? 

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I’d love to hear people’s opinions on this as well. For confessions, I bought row right in front of the runway and for me, it was the perfect spot. Close enough to the main stage, the perfect distance to enjoy all of the visuals and action, and many close interactions with Madonna when she was at  the end of the runway.

I couldn’t understand this seat map, because the runways do look disconnected from the stage. I still purchased in front of the runway, both because of my past experience and also the fact that by Friday night, there weren’t really any main stage front row tickets left.

No one knows for sure, of course. But still would love to hear people’s thoughts on it.

Looking forward to a great summer - pride , Madonna . 2023 is l the year we finally celebrate.

 

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I am admittedly a new member to the fan page (but a long time Madonna fan, I mean who isn't?!). I'm hoping to score some decent seats to the Detroit show, after sadly discovering that the Toronto tickets got to $400+ by the time I was ready to hit "buy"!  Are there any legacy members here who might be willing to let me use their code for the presale? I assume there might be one out there not using it. Long shot, but oh well worth a shot!  Looking forward to the show woohoo!!!! :)

 

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2 hours ago, CorbinFisher said:

I’d love to hear people’s opinions on this as well. For confessions, I bought row right in front of the runway and for me, it was the perfect spot. Close enough to the main stage, the perfect distance to enjoy all of the visuals and action, and many close interactions with Madonna when she was at  the end of the runway.

I couldn’t understand this seat map, because the runways do look disconnected from the stage. I still purchased in front of the runway, both because of my past experience and also the fact that by Friday night, there weren’t really any main stage front row tickets left.

No one knows for sure, of course. But still would love to hear people’s thoughts on it.

Looking forward to a great summer - pride , Madonna . 2023 is l the year we finally celebrate.

 

I am also going to try to buy in front of the catwalk as my experience from being in the 5th row of main floor during the Rebel Heart tour, is that much of the concert was performed behind us and we had to turn around or look up at the monitors above the stage to see her perform her numbers on the catwalk stage. Sure you're not as close when she does perform on the stage, but like you said, in front of the catwalk gives you the best views overall, and the tickets are much cheaper.

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1 hour ago, NadineCatherine said:

I am admittedly a new member to the fan page (but a long time Madonna fan, I mean who isn't?!). I'm hoping to score some decent seats to the Detroit show, after sadly discovering that the Toronto tickets got to $400+ by the time I was ready to hit "buy"!  Are there any legacy members here who might be willing to let me use their code for the presale? I assume there might be one out there not using it. Long shot, but oh well worth a shot!  Looking forward to the show woohoo!!!! :)

 

I'm not sure where you want to sit, but any seats that a presale code will give you access too are going to be far above $400. The advantage of the presale is to get good seats at face value and not to have to buy resale tickets at a much higher price. For this concert, face value is above $400 for anything below the first tier. Check out the tickets currently available for the July 19 Seattle show to get an idea of is available at face value. That show (being the second show in Seattle) has lots of availability currently.

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On 1/21/2023 at 4:34 PM, MySteffiBaby said:

Stage Configuration 

I’m debating what location to buy tickets.  For the Rebel Heart tour I bought approx  the 7th row, close to the main stage - but I remember feeling that most of the show was going on behind me and watching the show from behind.

It seems this new stage configuration has 3 catwalks that are not connected to the stage, in all cities.  What do y’all think.  Are these going to connect?  Are they going to be used as a pop-up spot for Madonna and/or dancers?  If it’s a place to pop up, how do they know it’s possible at all the venues?  Will there be some steps or walkways up above like the Confessions Tour connecting these catwalks? 

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Gaga's most recent tour had something simliar to this.  She had to come down off the main stage and security walked her to the back stage.   So she did sort of walk thorugh the crowd.  Unless there is some kind of underground/understage access..........I imagine this is what Madonna do................question is.........what side of the stage will she come down off of??

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On 1/22/2023 at 6:50 PM, danaguy71 said:

Gaga's most recent tour had something simliar to this.  She had to come down off the main stage and security walked her to the back stage.   So she did sort of walk thorugh the crowd.  Unless there is some kind of underground/understage access..........I imagine this is what Madonna do................question is.........what side of the stage will she come down off of??

Yeah I don’t know what the thing that juts out on the right catwalk is!  
 

 

I’m trying for the row closest to the middle stage!  Which would be at the end of the GA Pits.  MN presale started today and everything was sold out right away, Fast, but from what I saw nothing in the center was available.  Hopeful to get tickets on the next presale!  If nothing in front of the GA pit on the center I’m goin for section 117 wish me luck

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