Madonna fans will be flocking to Brazil this December as the star returns to Rio de Janeiro to start a series of shows in the country as part of her hit MDNA tour.
The singer is taking her ninth concert tour to Barra's Parque dos Atletas (Athlete's Park) in the city on Sunday before moving on to Sao Paulo on 4 and 5 December and Porto Alegre on 9 December.
The MDNA tour, which features many of the songs from the album of the same name, began back in May and the 88 dates will come to an end on 22 December in Cordoba in Argentina but it has been separated into four different legs.
New tracks such as "Give Me All Your Luvin" and "Turn Up the Radio" are joined by "Vogue", "Like a Virgin" and "Papa Don't Preach" but Todd Eastridge says you need to be a fan of her new work to enjoy the show.
"You must be a fan of her latest album MDNA to appreciate the show," said the American fan, who has seen Madonna in concert seven times, including twice on the North American leg of the current tour.
The so-called 'queen of pop' has not varied the set-list much throughout the tour and generally performs 26 songs in total in four separate sections, which allows set and costume changes to be carried out.
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