Following her latest health scare, Madonna has canceled her summer and fall North American tour, planning to reschedule dates for later.
Plans are for a European tour in October.
The singer celebrates his four-decade career with a “Celebration” tour that kicks off July 15 in Vancouver, Canada, with North American dates throughout the summer and early fall in Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Seattle, Phoenix. , Denver, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Cleveland, Atlanta and others.
On June 24, Madonna, according to manager Guy Osiary, “had a severe bacterial infection that led to a several-day stay in the ICU. Her condition has improved, but she is still receiving medical treatment. A full recovery is expected.”
When Oseary made the initial statement following Madonna’s hospitalization, he said plans for the tour were “on hold” and that details were forthcoming.
In an Instagram post today, Madonna clarified the plans, saying, “The current plan is to reschedule the North American tour and start in Europe in October.” Dates for the rescheduled North American shows have not been announced.
Thanking fans for their “positive energy,” he said he’s “back on track and incredibly grateful for all the blessings in my life.”
Check out the full message below.
“My first thought when I woke up in the hospital was my children,” she writes. “My second thought is that I don’t want to disappoint anyone who bought tickets to my tour. I don’t want to let down the people who have worked tirelessly with me over the past few months to build my show. I hate to disappoint anyone.
“My focus right now is on my health and getting stronger, I promise you, I will be back with you as soon as I can! The current plan is to reschedule the North American tour and start in Europe in October.