On the heels of Super Bowl 2012 halftime show, which was viewed by a record-setting 114 million people, Madonna has announced plans and details of an upcoming 2012 world tour.

According to a press release on her website, the Madonna 2012 World Tour is set it kick off May 29th in Tel Aviv, Israel. The shows will take her to 26 European cities, including London, Paris, Milan and Berlin. She will also be making stops in Australia, South America and the Plains of Abraham in Quebec.

Madonna will arrive in North America on August 28th for her first show in Philadelphia. She will be in 25 other cities in North America and will perform at Yankee Stadium in New York City.

Madonna's track record as a world class entertainer and touring artist speaks for itself. Her artistry, talent and creative productions get bigger and better with each tour and Madonna 2012 will be no exception, said Arthur Fogel, CEO of Live Nation Entertainment Global Touring and Madonna's tour promoter. We are thrilled to have her back on the road and know her fans feel the same.

Madonna has had an exceptional week. Along with her halftime show, she released a new single Give Me All our Luvin from her new album MDNA, which is scheduled to be released March 26th.


 EUROPE 29-May Tel Aviv, Israel  Ramat Gam Stadium On Sale Feb. 10 3-Jun  Abu Dhabi  Yas Arena On Sale Feb. 27 7-Jun  Istanbul, Turkey  Turk Telecom Arena On sale soon 11-Jun  Zagreb, Croatia  Maksimir Stadium On Sale Feb. 17 14-Jun  Milan, Italy  Stadio San Siro On Sale Feb. 13 16-Jun  Florence, Italy  Stadio Franchi On Sale Feb. 13 20-Jun  Barcelona, Spain  Palau Sant Jordi On Sale Feb. 16 24-Jun  Coimbra, Portugal Estadio Cidade de Coimbra On Sale Feb. 11 28-Jun  Berlin, Germany  O2 Arena On Sale Feb. 13 2-Jul Copenhagen, Denmark  Parken Stadium On Sale Feb. 13 4-Jul  Gothenburg, Sweden  Ullevi Stadium On Sale Feb. 17 7-Jul  Amsterdam,The Netherlands  Ziggo Dome On Sale Feb. 11 12-Jul  Brussels, Belgium  Stade Roi-Baudouin On Sale Feb. 17 14-Jul  Paris, France  Stade De France On Sale Feb. 14 17-Jul  London, UK  Hyde Park On Sale Feb. 10 21-Jul  Edinburgh, UK  Murrayfield Stadium On Sale Feb. 10 24-Jul  Dublin, Ireland  Aviva Stadium On Sale Feb. 17 29-Jul  Vienna, Austria  Ernst-Happel-Stadion On Sale Feb. 24 1-Aug  Warsaw, Poland  National Stadium On Sale Feb. 17 7-Aug  Moscow, Russia  Olimpiski Arena On sale soon 8-Aug St. Petersburg, Russia  SKK Arena On sale soon 12-Aug  Helsinki, Finland  Olympic Stadium On Sale Feb. 14 15-Aug  Oslo, Norway  Telenor Arena On Sale Feb. 20 18-Aug  Zurich, Switzerland  Stadion Letzigrund On Sale Feb. 24 21-Aug  Nice, France  Stade Charles-Erhmann On Sale Feb. 14


28-Aug  Philadelphia, PA  Wells Fargo Center On Sale Feb. 13 30-Aug  Montreal, QC  Bell Centre On Sale Feb. 18 1-Sep  Quebec City, QC  Plains of Abraham Site On Sale Feb. 17 4-Sep  Boston, MA TD Garden On Sale Feb. 13 6-Sep  New York, NY  Yankee Stadium On Sale Feb. 13 10-Sep  Ottawa, ON  Scotiabank Place On Sale Feb. 13 12-Sep  Toronto, ON  Air Canada Centre On Sale Feb. 13 15-Sep  Atlantic City, NJ  Boardwalk Hall On Sale Feb. 27 19-Sep  Chicago, IL  United Center On Sale Feb. 13 23-Sep  Washington, D.C.  Verizon Center On Sale Feb. 13 29-Sep  Vancouver, BC  Rogers Arena On Sale Feb. 13 2-Oct  Seattle, WA  Key Arena On Sale Feb. 13 6-Oct  San Jose, CA HP Pavilion On Sale Feb. 13 10-Oct  Los Angeles, CA  Staples Center On Sale Feb. 13 13-Oct  Las Vegas, NV  MGM Grand On Sale Feb. 27 16-Oct  Phoenix, AZ  US Airways Center On Sale Feb. 27 20-Oct  Dallas, TX  American Airlines Center On Sale Feb. 27 24-Oct  Houston, TX  Toyota Center On Sale Feb. 27 27-Oct  New Orleans, LA  New Orleans Arena On Sale Mar. 5 30-Oct  Kansas City, MO  Sprint Center On Sale Mar. 5 1-Nov  St. Louis, MO  Scottrade Center On Sale Mar. 5 3-Nov  St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center On Sale Feb. 27 10-Nov  Cleveland, OH  Quicken Loans Arena On Sale Mar. 5 15-Nov  Charlotte, NC  Time Warner Cable Arena On Sale Mar. 5 17-Nov  Atlanta, GA  Philips Arena On Sale Mar. 5 TBC  Miami, FL  To Be Confirmed On Sale Soon