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Rebel Heart Tour Kicks Off European Tour

Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour today announced that Lunice, and Rejjie Snow will be the supporting artists for select upcoming Rebel Heart Tour dates. Following a critically acclaimed North American run, The Rebel Heart Tour kicked off November 4th in Koln, Germany before heading to 15 additional cities across the UK & Europe.

Recognized as a pioneer for female DJs all around the world, International DJ Mary Mac kick-started the European tour with her opening slot November 4 & 5 in Koln, Germany. With a combination of natural talent, passion and cultural music influences from her Haitian background, this quickly led to Mary Mac becoming a highly sought-after female Producer, Song Writer, MC & DJ.

Rejjie Snow will open the Rebel Heart Tour dates in London, Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow. The Irish-born rapper honed his distinctive style in the US, while living in Georgia & LA. Following Diplo and Kaytranada, Rejjie will join Madonna on tour hot off the release of his latest single “Blakkst Skn”. Rejjie Snow:;

After wrapping a three-city supporting slot for the Rebel Heart Tour in North America, Montreal born producer and DJ Lunice will open the Rebel Heart Tour dates in Barcelona, Antwerp, Mannheim, Amsterdam, Paris, and Zurich. A disciple of hip hop, Lunice is an international sensation – overthrowing the live arena everywhere he goes with his unique style and approach to music. Lunice:

The Rebel Heart Tour kicked off in Montreal on September 9th and has been selling out shows along the way including three SOLD OUT shows in NYC alone which included Madonna’s 25th consecutive sell-out at Madison Square Garden. The press has been raving about the performances including: PITCHFORK: “It’s nice to be reminded how refreshing it is to simply love something because it makes you feel alive.” ROLLING STONE: “Madonna spent three hours in New York proving what a goddess she is.” THE WASHINGTON POST: “Madonna doesn’t miss a beat.” NY DAILY NEWS: “An infectious night that brought the Canadian crowd to a series of spontaneous, and escalating, standing ovations.” NEW YORK TIMES: “Unstoppable.” COURIER POST: “Madonna is seriously one of the most important pop figures of ever.”