Madonna coming to Denmark
Madonna fans have reason to rejoice, as the pop star is plotting a return to Denmark as part of her international 'Rebel Heart' tour this November.
The star is set to perform at the Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning, Jutland on Thursday November 17 – her only concert on Danish soil.
Now in her fourth decade of music-making, Madonna was last in Denmark in the summer in 2012, and there are no doubts that the singer's highly-anticipated return will swiftly sell tickets.
Still a rebel
The 35-city international tour kicks off in Miami on August 29, and will bring Madonna to a number of major cities across Europe.
Fans can prepare for the concert by learning the lyrics to her new album, 'Rebel Heart', which is available in stores from March 9.
The multiple Grammy-award winner currently holds the number one position on the Billboard Dance Charts with her new single 'Living for Love'. This is the 44th time the singer has reached number one on the charts.
Falling over each other for tickets
News of the tour comes just days after Madonna's ill-fated performance at the Brit Awards, where she endured a particularly nasty tumble after being knocked accidentally by a fellow performer during her live performance. In an interview with ITV's Jonathan Ross, the 56-year-old star dismissed any rumours that the fall was a stunt, saying that she felt it was "the universe trying to teach me a lesson".
The incident sparked laughter, mockery and, above all, genuine concern as many speculated how Madonna's ancient bones could possibly withstand the impact of such a dramatic fall.
Tickets for the Herning concert go on sale on March 9 at 9am via Live Nation and Billetnet.