PARIS – BERCY TOUR DATE AND PRICES

PACKAGE MADONNA – P.O.P BERCY
Le prix des places est compris entre : 137.50 et 330.00 €
Date : mercredi 9 décembre 2015

Package MADONNA

3 types de packages :

Package : HOT TICKET

Contenu :
Une place Cat 1 très bien placée
Un cadeau exclusif de la tournée
Le pass laminate souvenir de la tournée

Prix total: 331,50 €

Package :EARLY ENTRY

Contenu :
Une place en fosse debout
Une entrée avant l’ouverture des portes afin de vous garantir un placement au plus près de la scène
Un cadeau exclusif de la tournée
Le pass laminate souvenir de la tournée

Prix total: 243,50 €

– Package VIP PARTY

Contenu :
Une place Cat 1 très bien placée
Un cocktail avant et après concert en salon vip
Un cadeau exclusif de la tournée
Le pass laminate souvenir de la tournée

Prix total: 524,00€

REBEL HEART: NY DAILY NEWS REVIEW

Madonna’s album bares her soul in a way she never has before.

Imagine a world where Madonna hates being photographed, where she considers quitting her career and admits to suffering haunting demands that she “act like the other girls.”

It’s the same world where pigs fly and figure skaters crowd the deepest recesses of hell.
Yet, somehow, that’s the world occupying significant parts of Madonna’s revelatory new album, “Rebel Heart.”
More credibly than any previous work, Madonna’s latest pulls back the curtain on her life, letting us see her hurt and yearning.It also finds her licking her wounds over a breakup with a far less powerful boy toy — presumably the decades-her-junior dancer Brahim Zaibat, who she saw for three years, ending in 2013.

Maddy has said that she chose the album’s title to express two sides of her character: the defiant warrior and the aching lover.While a decent portion of harder, bitchier odes do turn up, the album as a whole presents the softest, most sincere portrait of the star we’ve ever had. In the process, “Rebel Heart” coheres, offering a swift rebuke to whoever prematurely dribbled out its tracks in a dizzying variety of leaks. Continue reading “REBEL HEART: NY DAILY NEWS REVIEW”

VIDEO : “FRANCE 2” INTERVIEW

For this thirteenth studio album, the pop queen has been promoting like her while provocation. France 2 had the privilege of meeting her on this occasion. “My album is about rebellion, anti-system, submission and all the contradictions in life,” said the star. We remember that in 2003, it caused a scandal by denouncing military intervention in her country in Iraq. “I have no regrets,” she says in French. “I know that this title has a lot of people angry, but I take everything I said. It had nothing to do in Iraq, and I still do.

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MADONNA AT “JONATHAN ROSS SHOW” : MY PERFORMANCE WAS A NIGHTMARE

2618B97700000578-2969176-image-a-216_1424903048213The singer managed to carry on despite falling down three HUGE stairs in the painful stumble and has recalled the horrifying fall on Jonathan Ross.

Madonna has revealed how she has whiplash after her Brits fall and described her own performance as “a nightmare”.
Appearing on the Jonathan Ross Show, Madonna said: “I’m a creature of habit I rehearse everything, everything, everything.

“I was thrown a wrench at the beginning of the performance. I was told to tie my cape and start much further back and I had to walk further and everyone was worried my cape was slide off so they tied it really tight around my neck.

“So here I am marching in like the queen, I got to the top of the stairs and I pulled the silky string and it wouldn’t come undone.

“My two lovely Japanese dancers they basically strangled me off the stage. I had two choices, I could either be strangled or fall, and I
chose to fall.”

Wossy then tried to show a clip of the incident at the Brits, but Madonna said: “I don’t want to see it, don’t make me watch.”
She added: “It was a nightmare, I like to be amazing, I rehearse and rehearse so when I do a show it is effortless and I create magic. I did the opposite, I actually created a horror show for everyone.”

Wossy then asked if it was a stunt and she shook her head.

She added: “I’m never writing lyrics like that again the universe was trying to teach me a lesson.

“I didn’t hurt my butt but I hurt my head.

“I know how to fall, I have fallen off my horse many times.
“I had little bit of whiplash, I smacked the back of my head. And I had a man standing over me with a flashlight until about 3am to make sure I was compos mentis.

“I am always nervous of live TV, when you singing you can’t make any mistakes, the worst thing is you fall down stairs.

“I like to make my shows dangerous but then there is danger.”

Asked about the cape, she added: “No more capes, cape fear is over.”

Shortly after the terrifying fall down a flight of stairs on stage during her live show, Madonna took to Instagram, where she wrote: “Armani hooked me up! My beautiful cape was tied too tight! But nothing can stop me and love really lifted me up! Thanks for your good wishes! I’m fine! #livingforlove.”

The Jonathan Ross Show Madonna special will broadcast on ITV on Saturday March 14.

MADONNA TAKES ON AGEISM

Madonna offers a passionate statement on ageism, in pop writing and in society. “It’s still the one area where you can totally discriminate against somebody,” she says. And regarding the need to “behave a certain way,” she adds, “I don’t follow the rules. I never did, and I’m not going to start.”

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SHE SAID SHE WOULD CARRY ON, AND DID SHE EVER.

At Wednesday’s BRIT Awards in London (the UK’s equivalent of the Grammys), Madonna’s headline performance of “Living For Love” got off to a bumpy start when the New Yorker fell off the stage.

Madonna’s huge cape appeared to get snagged by one of her dancers, pulling the 56-year-old backwards and causing her to tumble down a mini flight of stairs. The sound of her hitting the ground was audible and sent gasps around the 02 Arena, which holds 20,000.

Despite being clearly rattled, she continued with her matador-themed performance and the crowd screamed their appreciation for the singer’s stoical show.
After the show, the pop queen took to Instagram to explain what happened.

“My beautiful cape was tied too tight!” she wrote, noting that it was Armani. “But nothing can stop me and love really lifted me up! Thanks for your good wishes! I’m fine!”

Take a bow, Madge. You’ve earned this one.

nypost.com

MADONNA IS SUPERHUMAN. SHE HAS TO BE TO SURVIVE THE UGLY ABUSE

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Madonna was at the Brits, performing her totally boss I Will Survive-style single Living for Love, when it happened. “Took me to heaven, let me fall down … lifted me up and watched me stumble.”

So she prophesied it, and so it came to pass. It wasn’t a trip or a tumble. It wasn’t funny; it was terrifying and so brutal that the audience fell silent. It was the kind of accident that breaks necks, damages brains and haunts Cirque du Soleil performers’ nightmares. The Armani cape Madonna was wearing as she approached the podium was tied too tight and didn’t fall undone when her dancers pulled it. She was yanked back by the neck and flew through the air over three steps, landed hard at the base of the podium and for a split second didn’t move.

Watching at home, my heart stopped. Is that all it takes to kill a queen? Milanese outerwear?

The hateful hashtags #shefellover, #Fallenmadonna, immediately began toxifying Twitter: “I get it, Madonna. My grandma is exactly the same.” “I hope grandma’s ok. A broken hip at her age could be a death sentence.”

But as Madonna also sang last night, “I picked up my crown, put it back on my head. I can forgive, but I will never forget.” After a fall like that, anyone else would roll around screaming in agony then look for someone to blame.

She drew on a higher power: herself. Showing her famous mental and physical strength, she got to her feet, picked up the choreography and tune, un-lip-synced and note perfect – as the isolated vocals from her performance at the Grammys show – and finished triumphantly.

That is the Madonna I’ve loved for ever, starting with the flamenco moves of La Isla Bonita. They say you’re not supposed to believe the hype. But with some people, the mythos is real. She has mystique, the rare bulletproof real-deal charisma. She has never been defined by men and has always advocated for other women, pointing out in her upcoming Rolling Stone cover interview that “people like to pit women against each other”.

But it’s not just about individualistic survival ability, sisterliness or externals like Vogue style or Desperately Seeking Susan attitude. Madonna is not worthy of respect simply for surviving, having sass or cannily working out how to play every capitalist angle. She has a brilliant and indeed record-breaking talent in her discipline, which is music. She’s been making great albums including Like A Prayer, Ray of Light and Confessions on a Dancefloor throughout her career, and the latest, Rebel Heart, is up there with them; she is “in the game again”, as The Telegraph says.

But how many times does Madonna have to prove that she’s a worthy player? How many times does she have to break records by selling more, touring more lucratively, flexing harder than everyone else on the planet? Her many colleagues have paid tribute to her exceptional skills as a producer, songwriter, lyricist; but whenever Madonna successfully works with a male producer it is he who is given the credit.

Where her abilities are not ignored, imputed to men or praised in passing as though they have now faded, they are actively mocked. I loved her film WE, comparing it favourably with the risible King’s Speech, where the women were two doting wives with barely a line between them and Wallis Simpson was a depraved shrew. I saw WE with a historian friend who was astounded by its accuracy and detail; I loved the women characters, the aesthetic, the mournful realism behind the romance. It’s a feminist film, psychologically acute.

But she was brutally mocked in the reviews. And that laughter is growing louder and crueller and uglier, as the Twitter response to her fall illustrated. Madonna’s longevity was first admired and is now actively sabotaged by editorials which never fail to mention her age, as though it is something to be ashamed of. I am shocked by the uninflected scorn, the derision and foul-mouthed trashing she is dealt, and how much of it is grossly visceral: hatred of her flesh, physicality, sexual confidence, athleticism, ambition, her preference for Latin spunkbots, her alternating bossiness and vulnerability and romanticism and eroticism and playfulness, her performance ability and hunger. All the things which were once admired about her are now used to bash her and make her appear laughable or monstrous or desperate.

Madonna is no stranger to misogyny. She is a rape survivor and a domestic assault survivor. How much worse is this going to get?

Madonna is only 56. She is in the prime of her life, she has power, talent, experience and wisdom, in addition to her natural intelligence and rigour. She is about to release her 13th album – one of her best yet. The things she is ordered to do – age gracefully, put it away, retire, crawl away and die – have behind them a desire to shame, permanently destroy and negate this woman who dares to be vocal and visible, physical and political.

In order to withstand this, one would have to be superhuman. Luckily, Madonna is.

But why should anyone have to swallow the world’s unstinting hatred when she wants to be remembered for her brilliant artistry?

theguardian.com