Madonna’s costume designer Arianne Phillips is paying tribute to Japan and thanking for the inspiration that was poured onto the Rebel Heart Tour costumes on her Instagram and Facebook pages, posting amazing details of the Rebel Warriors, of Aya and Bambi’s outfits, and bringing you behind the scenes of the Madonna costume in process and its boxing painting design inspired by the incredible Japanese artist Ushiro Shinohara, the costume painting by Jeff Fender, and the five states of undress that bring Madonna from Iconic to Devil Pray. Read More
To celebrate Madonna’s arrival to Japan for the two Rebel Heart Tour shows in Tokyo on February 13 and 14, Shinko Music Mook published a special issue of their Crossbeat magazine devoted to the Queen of Pop. The new 128 page issue is available in the newsstands today. Read More
The Rebel Heart Tour is currently visiting Thailand with a double performance at the Impact Arena. For the first show last night Madonna performed again Take a Bow, and fans are now wondering if this beautiful ballad is going to permanently replace the Dress You Up Medley in the show setlist. Read More
MadonnaTribe team member, Madonna Fan Party UK co-host and super-fan Neil Symons recently completed his 30-show Rebel Heart Tour trek around the world.
As well as putting together the Madonna Fan Party free events for fans, since 2008 Neil has shot Madonna’s tours and put together keepsake, not-for-profit photo books for fan friends.
His latest book, documenting the Rebel Heart Tour show, contains over 1000 photos across 400 pages from 30 of her key shows from around the world, along with several pages of Madonna fans at the shows. Neil continues his commitment to Madonna fans by keeping this book at production cost only so that as many fans as possible can have a keepsake of the events to look back on for years to come. Read More
The Asian leg of the Rebel Heart Tour is about to begin!
Madonna will perform at the Taipei Arena tonight and Saturday, February 6. Let’s get used to the time zone difference for this leg: Taiwan is in the China Standard Time zone, with an offset of +8 hours towards UTC/GMT. Read More