Madonna’s Boston Shows Confirmed To Go On Despite Ticketmaster’s Claim Of Postponement


Madonna fans can breathe a sigh of relief as the pop icon’s upcoming shows in Boston are not postponed, contrary to a message displayed on Ticketmaster. Despite the alarming pop-up notice, a representative for Madonna has confirmed that the scheduled performances at TD Garden on January 8-9 will proceed as planned.

Key Takeaway

Madonna’s representatives have confirmed that the Boston shows are not postponed, despite a misleading message from Ticketmaster. Fans can look forward to the singer’s performances at TD Garden on January 8-9 as originally scheduled.

What Happened?

A message appearing on Ticketmaster erroneously indicated that Madonna’s Boston shows were postponed, sparking concern among fans. However, the singer’s spokesperson has clarified that there is no postponement or cancellation, and the concerts will go ahead as scheduled.

Unresolved Ticketmaster Notice

It remains unclear why Ticketmaster’s notification suggested the postponement of the events. Efforts to reach Ticketmaster for an explanation have not yielded a response at the time of this report.


Madonna’s “The Celebration Tour,” announced in January 2023, spans 35 cities and encompasses her extensive discography, which spans over four decades. The tour was initially set to commence in July but faced postponements after the artist fell ill with a severe bacterial infection, resulting in a hospitalization that led to a 2-day coma.

Current Tour Status

Despite these challenges, Madonna has been actively touring since October, with notable moments such as a holiday-themed lap dance given to Santa Claus during a recent show in D.C. While there have been some unexpected occurrences, including Santa’s on-stage tumble, the overall tour schedule remains on track.