Clearing up rumors: Is Madonna coming to Latin America this 2023?

Madonna is ready to take the stage again, as the pop star is secretly planning a Greatest Hits tour to celebrate 40 years in music according to recent reports.

The hit maker of hung up He will soon announce the dates of his tour for which he has already booked the O2 Arena in London, reported The Sun.

The outlet quoted a source: “Madonna is trying something completely new, and she’s really giving fans young and old what they want.”

“She wants to capitalize on tracks like Frozen and Material Girl appearing on TikTok, and introduce her back catalog to a whole new generation.

“Previously, she always wanted to look to the future and focus on whatever new album she is recording. But now, in her mid-sixties, she’s going back to basics and reinventing herself once again.”

The source added: “That being said, it will surely be unrestrained and suitably daring. Their last Madame X tour was in small theaters, but this one will be in arenas, with the O2 already confirmed.”

“It’s hugely exciting,” the source said.

This comes after the Queen of Pop said in an interview that she is looking forward to performing on stage. “I want to go on tour again. I am a creature of the stage. That’s my happy place.”Madonna said.

Is Madonna coming to Latin America in 2023?

The 64-year-old music icon is reportedly set to announce dates for a mammoth series of shows kicking off at the end of the year, to celebrate four decades since he released his debut album in 1983.

The tour will also be Madonna’s first ever compilation show and will see her perform a string of hits from her illustrious career, having previously chosen to focus on her new music. Therefore, if she goes on a world tour, it is highly possible that she will come to visit her fans in Latin America, especially in Argentina, Brazil, Peru and Chile, where her fans promise to fill several coliseums to witness the return of the queen. of pop.