[Official] Robyn confirms opening act on S&S Tour

Posted by Sylar On Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Swedish singer, Robyn, has confirmed on her website, that she will indeed be the opening act for European leg of Madonna's Sticky & Sweet Tour.

Here's a message from her official site:
Things just keep getting better and better for Robyn. Having just finished an amazing sell out UK tour, she has now been asked to support the world's sweetest pop star Madonna on her recently announced European Sticky & Sweet Tour!! 
This is a major honour as Robyn will be one of the few performing artists to appear on tour. Additional Sticky & Sweet concerts will feature special guest DJ’s as support. The Swedish pop strel said ’Having been a fan of Madonna since I was a little girl, I’m very excited about sharing a stage with her and playing to her audiences...I’m thrilled.’ 
With nearly 1 million tickets sold to date along with sold out performances in Paris, Lisbon & Zurich; New York, Boston, Chicago; Montreal, Toronto & Vancouver and more, Madonna’s Sticky &Sweet tour is once again poised to be the tour of the year! Robyn recently completed a whirlwind tour of the States where both her live shows and eponymous album met with rave reviews across the board. Her star shows no sign of waning any time soon...
Robyn will appear on the following dates:

26-August Nice Stade Charles Ehrmann
28-August Berlin Olympic Stadium
30-August Zurich Military Airfield Dubendorf
02-September Amsterdam Arena
04-September Dusseldorf LTU Arena
09-September Frankfurt Commerzbank Arena
14-September Lisbon Parque da Bela Vista
23-September Vienna Danube Island
27-September Athens Olympic Stadium


Source: Robyn.com

3 Responses to "[Official] Robyn confirms opening act on S&S Tour"

  1. Mdolla Said,

    Robyn won't be in Rome...?

     

  2. Sylar Said,

    No, it looks that she will perform only on limited dates in Europe. Other DJ acts will be announced later.

     

  3. Peppe Said,

    on Italian tickets there's a writing stating "dj special guest at 19:30". Who knows... :-)

     

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