The one and only Madonna will be setting out across the world to celebrate 40 years of being one of the top artists in the world, and that tour is coming to the Mile High City.

The 64-year-old world phenomenon will bring longtime fans her biggest hits while also introducing her music to a new generation. This will be one of the biggest shows to hit Denver — and Colorado — in some time.

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The last time Madonna played in Denver, Colorado, was for her MDNA Tour in October 2012. Eleven years later, Madonna is older but has not lost any of the fire and tenacity that has made her a worldwide megastar. There's been a lot of talk about this upcoming tour, and they have made it official.

Sources told Billboard that this "Celebration" tour will be the biggest tour the Queen of Pop has ever done, spanning her 40 years in the business, with all the "Material Girl" fun stuff and some occasional "outrageous sex appeal" moments. How could you ever expect less from Madonna?



Denver's Pepsi Center (now Ball Arena) was a part of Madonna's huge 2008-09 Sticky and Sweet Tour, which ended up becoming the highest-grossing tour by a female artist ever, bringing in over $407 million. Ball Arena will also be hosting this latest 40th Anniversary Tour.



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