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In a plot twist that could rival her own music videos, Madonna has rescheduled her Montreal show for next January. The "Celebration Tour," promising an immersive journey through four decades of chart-topping hits, had initially faced an unexpected intermission. Live Nation's earlier announcement impacted shows initially set for August 19 and 20, 2023, at the Montreal Bell Centre.

The ambitious 35-city global tour, featuring special guest Bob the Drag Queen, is set to be a grand exploration of Madonna's illustrious career. The star had expressed her enthusiasm for the tour, eager to deliver a memorable performance for her fans.

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Okay, it's happening. Everyone stay calm as none other than the Queen of Pop, Madonna will officially be touching down in Montreal this summer.

The icon herself will be embarking on The Celebration Tour and stopping in Montreal on August 19, 2023, at the Bell Centre.

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On July 26, reigning queen of pop Madonna posted an Instagram video depicting a country-style family barbecue complete with pool floats, puppies, cowboy attire and a metallic glamping (glam camping) vehicle — which was designed by Montreal-based "mobile space" designer Custom Airstream.

The custom airstream company in Montreal said Madonna's 1975 Airstream Sovereign 31' vehicle was designed in the likeness of a five-star hotel, featuring a custom leather couch and matching armchairs, retractable 50-inch TV monitors, a minibar and ice bin, heated floors, a tufted wall with custom light fixtures, a top-of-the-line sound system and custom under-carriage lights.

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It's that classic concert moment, your favorite musician comes on stage and praises your hometown for being the best city in the world. Everyone cheers because it must be the truth, artists don't lie right? But in the back of your mind you can't help but wonder: "Do they say the same thing in every city?" Then you realize it doesn't really matter and the concert goes on.

But sometimes artists tour so much they can forget what city they're in. And in the case of Madonna it couldn't have happened in a worst place. Quebec City.

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Drake? In Montreal? So many stars coming in the city lately, but we too can't believe it! Still hot from his moment with Madonna last night, Drake just announced his new "Jungle" Tour in support of his latest album "If You're Reading This It's Too Late".

Drake already surprised the city last November, doing an impromptu performance at PARTYNEXTDOOR's show and left fans drooling for some more of his Drakeness. Somebody's prayers have been answered and Aubrey will be at the Bell Center on May 31st 2015. I mean, are you as excited as we are for this?

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Say what you will about Madonna's (too?) long lifespan in the world of pop, no one can deny the woman is royalty in the world of music and any city would be/should be grateful to have her perform. Montreal may be so lucky, as various sources have been alluding to a Bell Centre performance set for this September. What's irking us though, is nothing is set in stone, and the notion has us (well, me) on our knees Like A Prayer.

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