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Madonna Officially Announces ‘Madame X Tour’

Madonna (or, shall we say, Madame X…) is crossing her Ts and dotting her Is ahead of her next big-time tour.

The Material Girl, who last hit the road for a concert series between 2015 and 2016 for the Rebel Heart Tour, confirmed on Twitter Monday (May 6) that she’s ready to get back at it again with a collection of short-term residencies that will begin this fall.

“Madame X is excited to announce she is going on tour!” Madonna wrote with the clip above, which finds her furiously clicking on a typewriter before inviting Diplo inside her spot for a few cocktails.

Then, as the duo go bottoms-up on some margaritas, Madonna says: “You’re the first person I’m telling — I’m going on tour…I’m going on a special tour…a theater tour.”

Diplo voices his skepticism before Madonna silences him, noting: “People didn’t believe in Einstein, either — they thought he was a quack.”

A press release notes that “‘The Madame X Tour’ will…visit Las Vegas, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami, Lisbon, London and Paris. Show information to follow.”

Still, only three cities’ worth of shows have been detailed so far. And they are…

09-12 New York, NY – BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

09-14 New York, NY – BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

09-15 New York, NY – BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

09-17 New York, NY – BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

09-19 New York, NY – BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

09-21 New York, NY – BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

09-22 New York, NY – BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

10-15 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre

10-16 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre

10-17 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre

10-21 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre

11-12 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

11-13 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

11-14 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

11-16 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

11-17 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

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