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Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston – Pictures by Michael

Madonna performs during her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston (November 16 2008)

Madonna performs during her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston (November 16 2008)Madonna performs during her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston (November 16 2008)Madonna performs during her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston (November 16 2008)Madonna performs during her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston (November 16 2008)Madonna performs during her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston (November 16 2008)Madonna performs during her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Houston (November 16 2008)

  • motorsport

    Corey…don’t use your personal negativity to misinterpret my comment. By “lifetime experience” I meant that among many other experiences, attending a Madonna concert is one of them. As a fan of music as an art form, it’s a compliment to Madonna.

  • Daren

    Seeing Madonna the most successful, famous, richest, and most influential femaler artist ever is a lifetime experience.

    Not only is seeing one of the biggest cultural icons ever live is a lifetime experience, but truely such an exciting one that those who experience it are far from boring.

  • Corey

    Motorsport: It’s a lifetime experience???…..you must lead an incredibly boring life.

  • Alison

    Madonna is the pioneer of the big show, with larger than life theatrics, special effects, unparalleled choreography and eye-popping big-screen graphics. Along the way, others have tried to co-opt that crown, be it Janet, Britney, NSYNC or any number of others.

    She is totally worth her ticket prices.

  • motorsport

    To all the haters…the Houston show was sold out…..I was there with 43,000 other M fans and the energy was incredible as she had the entire stadium on their feet…we obviously don’t care that she’s 50 and we’re willing to pay more than $25.00 for a tickets because she performs brilliantly….it’s a lifetime experience.

  • Joe

    Madonna’s Sticky and Sweet Tour is a HUGE success. Those haters here are nothing but bitter. Madonna charges that money for her tickets cause nobody puts on a show like her wich is incredibly hi-tech and state of the art props. If you want to pay $50 dollars for a show go see Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, etc. You pay what you are getting and for Madonna it’s all worth it!

  • Kim

    Madonna looks like an idiot in that ugly costume – who’s designing her clothes? Goodwill? She used to have such inventive, creative costumes for her shows – these looke like junk. Even though she has some muscle tone, her legs are skinny and look awful in those shorts – not flattering at all. She looks like a 50 year old woman dressed in 12 year old’s clothing. I was such a fan of this woman, but she’s really jumped the shark this time. What the heck happened??

  • TS

    Tickets are still available at Ford Field in Detroit. Madonna didn’t even sell out the concert in her home state of Michigan!!
    People are disgusted at the prices she’s charging. She’s a decent performer, but she’s not that great and not worth up to $500 per ticket. In the terrible economic situation in this country, that’s DESPICABLE.

  • brooklyn_Francis

    Hey:
    how does one get into the sound check?
    How do you know when it will be?
    I’m going to Miami for next weeks concert–it would be cool to get in and see the action.
    Thanks!

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