Rebel Heart Tour
Ever since Madonna kicked off her Rebel Heart Tour in September, the concert venture has been a huge success. Not one to disappoint her fans, Madonna put together an over-the-top production complete with dramatic visuals, legions of backup dancers, beautiful costumes, and, of course, many hit songs from her decades on stage.
The concert opens with an epic video projected on massive screens across the back of the main stage.
And then the “Queen of Pop” herself drops down from the ceiling in a steel cage to sing “Iconic.”
There are so many times throughout show where Madonna once again proves that age is just a number. Even though she’s 57, Madonna is probably more fit than any of us.
After another costume change, Madonna struts down the catwalk to perform “Burning Up” with a killer guitar solo
Later, flanked by a nun army, Madonna launches into a trio of her own brand of “spiritual” songs: “Holy Water,” “Devil Pray,” and “Messiah.”
(Seriously, can you believe this woman is almost 60 years old?)
About halfway through the show, Madonna has some fun with an updated dance version of her timeless hit “Like a Virgin.”
Of course the Rebel Heart Tour wouldn’t be complete without an appearance from Madonna’s matador outfit during “Living for Love,” which leads into the classic “La Isla Bonita.”
Later she channels her inner jazz lounge singer for an intro to “Music.”
And the flapper-inspired outfit hiding underneath gets a chance to shine during her performance of “Material Girl.”
Madonna tones things down near the end of the show with a ukulele cover of Edith Piaf’s “La Vie En Rose.”
(The song was an especially big hit during her tour opener in Canada’s French-speaking capital, Montreal.)
After the ukulele interlude, Madonna kicks the concert back into gear with a few more songs before closing with the energetic encore “Holiday.” You can see a sample Madonna Rebel Heart Tour setlist via Spotify below:
There are still plenty of North American dates remaining on the latest Madonna tour, with some U.S. shows scheduled as late as January 2016. Check the full list of Rebel Heart tour dates below, and see for yourself why the “Queen of Reinvention” continues to reign supreme.