It is finally here. The date for the Madonna concert in Budapest has been set, and it will be held on the 22nd of August 2009. The Sweet and Sticky tour is coming to Hungary, and it is no longer just a dream or a legend, but a reality. Earlier we thought the concert would be on the 6th of August in the Puskas Ferenc Stadium, but it will be as informed above on August 22, in Kincsem Park.
The tickets for the concert will start from 15.000 forints, and from there up to the sky. Tickets will be available for sale from the 20th of February. Tickets for almost every location at the Madonna tour can be bought from WorldTicketShop
August 22, 2009
Below you can read our article from January 29 telling about the rumour that Madonna was to come to Budapest.
The last days this mystical concert list has started to flow on the internet, telling about the prolonging of Madonnas Sweet & Sticky tour from 2008. It is said that Madonna on this tour want to visit places that she could not visit during her Sweet & Sticky tour in 2008, which include Budapest as well!
A list was also added to their homepage, and then removed within short time; and I have not found any official sources to confirm the dates and places, but we just thought that we would add the list, and then let us see, if it turns true. If so, the Budapest fans would at least not have to travel to Vienna like thousands of people did last year to see the Madonna concert there!
If it turns true, Madonna is supposed to enter the stage at Puskas Ferenc Stadium the 6th of August, 2009.
We contacted TicketPro to ask them about the concert today, and their reply was: “We understand your curiosity, but unfortunately we do not have any official information about the Madonna concert either.“
Eventim also answered our email, and they answered: “Unfortunately we do not have any information about a Madonna concert.“
Madonna Tour list 2009: (unofficial – no guarantees)
1. July 2009 – Croke Park, Dublin
4. July 2009 – O2 Arena, London
5. July 2009 – O2 Arena, London
11. July 2009 – Hampden Park, Glasgow
14. July 2009 – Ullevi Stadion, Göteborg
16. July 2009 – Parken, København
20. July 2009 – Stadion Luzhniki, Moskva
23. July 2009 – Strahov Stadium, Praha
25. July 2009 – Bercy, Paris
28. July 2009 – O2 Arena, Berlin
1. August 2009 – Helsingfors Olympiastadion, Helsingfors
3. August 2009 – Valle Hovin, Oslo
6. August 2009 – Puskas Ferenc Stadion, Budapest
8. August 2009 – San Siro, Milano
10. August 2009 – Stade Gerland, Lyon
13. August 2009 – Palacio de Deportes, Madrid
15. August 2009 – Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
18. August 2009 – Stade de Genève, Genève
20. August 2009 – Olympiastadion, München
23. August 2009 – Stasion Maksimir, Zagreb
26. August 2009 – Usce Park, Beograd
29. August 2009 – Lia Manoliu Stadium, Bucuresti
1. September 2009 – Peace & Friendship Stadium, Faliro
5. September 2009 – Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul
12. September 2009 – Tokyo Dome, Tokyo
15. September 2009 – Kyocera Osaka Dome, Osaka
24. September 2009 – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
26. September 2009 – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
29. September 2009 – Telstra Dome, Melbourne
3. October 2009 – Subiaco Oval, Perth