Madonna Adds More Shows To 'Madame X' Theater Tour

Just hours after Madonna announced her residency-like slate of intimate Madame X tour dates on Monday, overwhelming demand has caused the icon to add nine more shows to the gig.

From now through May 10th at 11:59 p.m. ET, you can request tickets for the originally announced shows in New York and Los Angeles, as well as additional dates in both cities. Originally, there were seven shows announced in September for the Brooklyn Academy of Music, but now there are five more: September 25, 25, 26, 28 and October 1.

As for L.A., there were five performances announced at The Wiltern Theater for November, but now four additional shows have been added: November 21, 23, 24 and 25.

So far, additional performances in Chicago have yet to be announced. Shows in Philadelphia, Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, Lisbon, London and Paris will be announced in the future.

Ticket prices range from $60 to $760, plus service fees, but there will be 10 tickets per show that cost just $10. You can enter to win those at Each confirmed ticket comes with a copy of Madonna’s new album Madame X.

Meanwhile, Met Gala queen Madonna skipped the annual ball for the first time since 2014 – but she celebrated in her own way.

The 60-year-old star shared a video from New York City’s Time Square, where billboards for her upcoming Madame X Theater Tour and album were displayed on one of the area’s biggest buildings.

"Madame ❌ had her own Met Gala! 👠👠 in Times Square," Madonna wrote. "She Travels the World! But She ♥️’s NY!🗽."

On Monday night, singer snuck out of the city, arriving at John F. Kennedy International Airport in a bizarre burka-looking disguise.

Her head fully covered by a black scarf, the "Material Girl" made her way through the terminal with a set of tinted aviator sunglasses. She paired the bold headdress with a knee-length Yankees puffer jacker with lace embroidering at the cuffs. The mother of six paired the giant coat with multi-zipper sweatpants and Birkenstock-style Louis Vuitton sandals – with socks.