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Madonna Brings Her ‘MDNA’ Tour to Philadelphia


A ritual, a blood bath, slacklining, a partial striptease, drummers in midair, traditional Basque harmonies, a psychedelic train ride — they’re all part of Madonna’s “MDNA” tour, which started its North American itinerary with an arena concert here at the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night. It comes to Yankee Stadium next Thursday and Sept. 8.


U2, Taylor Swift Had Highest-Grossing Tours of 2011

Top Earning Tours of 2011

U2 raked in $156 million from 25 shows in 21 North American cities in 2011, making the band the highest-grossing touring act of the year, according to Pollstar. Worldwide, the group pulled in $231.9 million for the year. Taylor Swift just missed the $100 million mark in North America, earning $97.7 million over 80 dates in 59 cities on her "Speak Now" tour. Other top-grossing acts were Kenny Chesney ($84.6 million), Lady Gaga ($63.7 million) and Bon Jovi ($57.1 million), who were the biggest earners of 2010.


Michael Jackson Says He's Too Thin for 50-Concert Tour

Michael Jackson Says He's Too Thin for 50-Concert Tour

"I don't know how I'm going to do 50 shows. I'm not a big eater - I need to put some weight on," Jackson reportedly said.


"American Idol" tour will start in July

The top 10 American Idol contestants know how they're spending their summer: on a nationwide concert tour kicking off in July, with a stop in Houston Aug. 24.


Winehouse backs out of Coachella

Winehouse backs out of Coachella

Singer cancels gig due to recent legal problems -- A spokesman for Amy Winehouse says the singer won't perform in the United States next month, as had been planned.


U2 to 'Kiss the Future' with global tour

Kiss the Future, U2's world tour in support of the band's new album "No Line on the Horizon," will play stadiums around the world, beginning June 30 in Barcelona.


Tours and cruises: Yosemite, Sonoma County, Bahamas and Indonesia

Enhance your digital photography skills at the Ansel Adams Gallery's one-day workshops.


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