The Celebration Tour is officially back on!
Madonna is ready to get back on the road!
On Tuesday, the legendary singer announced the rescheduled North American dates for her upcoming Celebration Tour, which had to be shifted following her hospitalization earlier this summer.
A source tells ET, "Madonna has been in good spirits and feeling much better. She has been celebrating her birthday in Portugal with loved ones and having a fun time. She is excited to get back to work and has been trying to give it her all during rehearsals. She is working hard to build her strength and get back to her absolute best self."
The Celebration Tour will now kick off in Europe, starting with four sold-out shows at the O2 in London, beginning on Oct. 14. Following performances in Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands, the North American leg will begin on Dec.13 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The tour will then include stops in Washington, Boston, Toronto, Detroit, Montreal, Philadelphia, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, St. Paul, Seattle, Vancouver, Sacramento, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Palm Desert, Phoenix, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Tampa, Miami and Austin, before capping things off with four performances at the Palacio De Los Deportes in Mexico City in April 2024.
See Ticketmaster for a full list of the rescheduled shows and information on refunds and new dates.
The legendary singer took to her Instagram Story earlier this month to thank fans once again for their love and support amid her health scare.
"Thank you again for your incredible Support and Patience over these past few weeks," she wrote, over an image of a hand holding a yellow rose. "I'm happy to report that the re-routed tour schedule will be coming in the next few days! See You Soon for a well-deserved Celebration!"
On June 28, amid rehearsal for the Celebration Tour, Madonna's manager, Guy Oseary, revealed that his client had "a several day stay in the ICU" after developing "a serious bacterial infection."
Days later, ET learned that Madonna had been discharged from the hospital and was home resting per her doctor's orders. In a post to social media on July 10, the singer addressed her health and officially announced that the North American leg of the tour would be postponed.
"Thank you for your positive energy, Prayers and words of healing and encouragement. I have felt your love," she wrote at the time. "I'm on the road to recovery and incredibly grateful for all the blessings in my life."
"My focus now is my health and getting stronger and I assure you, I'll be back with you as soon as I can!" she continued, in part. "The current plan is to reschedule the North American leg of the tour and to begin in October in Europe. I couldn't be more grateful for your care and support."
Last month, Madonna took to social media to share her thanks for the friends and family who were by her side throughout the health scare, particularly her children. The singer is a mom to daughter Lourdes Leon, 26, from her relationship with Carlos Leon; Rocco Ritchie, 22, from her marriage to director Guy Ritchie; David Banda, 17, Mercy James, 17, and twins Stella and Estere, 10, the four of whom she adopted.
"Love from family and friends is the best Medicine," she wrote on Instagram. "One month out of the hospital and I can reflect. As a Mother you can really get caught up In the needs Of your children and the seemingly endless giving……….. But when the chips were down my children really showed up for me. I saw a side to them I had never seen before. It made all the difference."