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Definition of sticky-sweet
chiefly US, informal: extremely sweet: too sweet
sticky-sweet caramel a love song full of sticky-sweet sentiment
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Madonna fined £135000 for late-running show - The Guardian

Madonna fined £135000 for late-running show – The Guardian

When Madonna runs late, she gets more than just a dirty look from her husband. The singer has been fined a whopping £135, 000 after exceeding her allotted stage time at Wembley stadium earlier this ‘s Sticky & Sweet tour rolled into London on September 11, and over 74, 000 fans packed into Wembley stadium to gawp at the 50-year-old. Although she was due to take the stage at 8. 30pm, according to the Sun, she eventually appeared at 9. 10pm, which pushed the final curtain back from 10. 30pm to Wembley, such delays have a price – a not-exactly-trifling £50, 000 for every 15 minutes of puts her ahead of George Michael in the late-penalty stakes. He was fined a mere £130, 000 after his concert last year ckily for Madonna, she can afford the fine. The Wembley stadium gig brought in $12m USD (£6. 3m), according to a statement. A week earlier she performed at the largest-ever concert in Switzerland. There are reports that fans were stranded after public transport at Wembley wound down after 11pm, another problem that occurred as a result of Madonna’s tardiness. Maybe Madonna could refund them a few quid for the taxi home?
Sticky & Sweet Tour | Madonnapedia

Sticky & Sweet Tour | Madonnapedia

Sticky & Sweet TourThe Sticky & Sweet Tour is the eighth tour by American singer songwriter Madonna. It began in August 23, 2008 and it ended in September 2, 2009.
Sticky & Sweet TourYear(s)
2008-2009Legs
5Dates
85Guest(s)
TimbalandJustin TimberlakeBritney SpearsFor
Confessions Tour
The MDNA Tour
Sticky & Sweet Tour was the eighth concert tour by American singer Madonna performed during 2008 and 2009 to promote her eleventh studio album, Hard Candy. The show toured Europe, America, Asia and Middle East.
This is the longest tour since signing the contract with concert promoter Live Nationn. 1 and is the tour returns to the stage in Latin America after a period of 15 years without performing live. The total economic revenue is, to date, 408 million dollars, making it the “Tour a solo artist with the greatest gains of all time”, and ranking second in the highest-grossing tour, surpassing the record that she herself It was established in 2006 with the Confessions Tour.
This tour became the highest-grossing tour of all time by a solo artist.
In January 2009, Live Nation confirmed the extension of the tour in Europe during the summer adding 29 new dates to the original itinerary of the tour.
1 Setlist:
1. 1 2008
1. 2 2009
2 Shows
3 Trivia
Setlist:
2008
Act I: Pimp
1. Video Introduction: The Sweet Machine (Contains excerpts of 4 Minutes, Human Nature and Give It 2 ​​Me)
2. Candy Shop (Contains excerpts 4 Minutes and Beat Goes On)
3. Beat Goes On (Contains excerpts And The Beat Goes On)
4. Human Nature (Contains an extract of Gimme More)
5. Vogue (Contains elements 4 Minutes and Give It 2 Me)
Act II: Old School
6. Die Another Day (Interlude)
7. Into the Groove (Contains elements of Toop Toop, Apache, Double Dutch Bus and Jump)
8. Heartbeat
9. Borderline
10. She’s Not Me (Contains excerpts of Thief Of Hearts)
11. Music (Contains excerpts of Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit and Last Night a DJ Saved My Life)
Act III: Gypsy
12. Rain / Here Comes The Rain Again (Interlude) (contains excerpts of 4 Minutes)
13. Devil Wouldn’t Recognize You
14. Spanish Lesson
15. Miles Away excerpts items Lela Pala Tute)
17. Doli Doli (Interlude live played by the Romanian Kolpakov Trio)
18. You Must Love Me
19. Don’t Cry For Me Argentina (Only in Buenos Aires)
Act IV: Rave
20. Get Stupid (Interlude) (contains excerpts from Give It 2 ​​Me, Beat Goes On, 4 Minutes and Voices)
21. 4 Minutes
22. Like A Prayer (contains elements of “Feels Like Home”)
23. Ray of Light
24. Complacency (Acapella. The public chose between the discography of the singer) (The most requested were Like a Virgin and Express Yourself. Other songs were “Holiday”, “Open Your Heart”, “Lucky Star”, “Dress You Up”, “I Love New York”, “Beautiful Stranger”, “American Life”, “Burning Up”, “Sorry”, “Secret”, “Causing a Commotion”, “Material Girl” and “Everybody)
25. Hung Up (contains elements of A New Level, Give It 2 ​​Me and 4 Minutes)
26. Give It 2 ​​Me (contains elements of Get Stupid)
2009
1. Video Introduction: The Sweet Machine (Contains excerpts of 4 Minutes, Human Nature and Give It 2 ​​Me
3. Beat Goes On (Contains excerpts of And The Beat Goes On)
5. Vogue (Contains excerpts of 4 Minutes and Give It to Me)
8. Holiday (contains extracts from Dirty Diana, Billie Jean, Wanna Be Startin ‘Somethin’ and Everybody and Celebration
9. Dress You Up (Contains excerpts of My Sharona, Mickey and God Save The Queen)
15. Miles Away
16. La Isla Bonita (Contains elemetnts of Lela Pala Tute)
19. Get Stupid (Interlude) (contains excerpts from Give It 2 ​​Me, Beat Goes On, 4 Minutes and Voices)
20. 4 Minutes
21. Like A Prayer (contains elements of “Feels Like Home”)
22. Frozen (contains extracts from Open Your Heart and I’m Not Alone)
24. Give It 2 ​​Me (contains elements of Get Stupid)
Shows
List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date
City
Country
Venue
Opening act
Attendance
Revenue
Europe
August 23, 2008
Cardiff
Wales
Millennium Stadium
N/A
33, 460 / 33, 460
$5, 279, 107
August 26, 2008
Nice
France
Stade Charles-Ehrmann
Robyn
41, 483 / 41, 483
$4, 381, 242
August 28, 2008
Berlin
Germany
Olympiastadion
47, 368 / 47, 368
$6, 048, 086
August 30, 2008
Zürich
Switzerland
Militärflugplatz Dübendorf
70, 314 / 70, 314
$11, 093, 631
September 2, 2008
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Amsterdam Arena
50, 588 / 50, 588
$6, 717, 734
September 4, 2008
Düsseldorf
LTU Arena
35, 014 / 35, 014
$4, 650, 327
September 6, 2008
Rome
Italy
Stadio Olimpico
Benny Benassi
57, 690 / 57, 690
$5, 713, 196
September 9, 2008
Frankfurt
Commerzbank-Arena
39, 543 / 39, 543
$6, 020, 706
September 11, 2008
London
England
Wembley Stadium
Paul Oakenfold
73, 349 / 73, 349
$11, 796, 540
September 14, 2008
Lisbon
Portugal
Parque da Bela Vista
75, 000 / 75, 000
$6, 295, 068
September 16, 2008
Seville
Spain
Estadio Olímpico de Sevilla
47, 712 / 59, 258
$4, 874, 380
September 18, 2008
Valencia
Circuito Ricardo Tormo Cheste
50, 143 / 50, 143
$4, 941, 980
September 20, 2008
Saint-Denis
Stade de France
Bob Sinclar
138, 163 / 138, 163
$17, 583, 211
September 21, 2008
September 23, 2008
Vienna
Austria
Danube Island
57, 002 / 57, 002
$8, 140, 858
September 25, 2008
Budva
Montenegro
Jaz Beach
47, 524 / 47, 524
$3, 463, 063
September 27, 2008
Athens
Greece
Olympic Stadium
75, 637 / 75, 637
$9, 030, 440
North America
October 4, 2008
East Rutherford
United States
Izod Center
16, 896 / 16, 896
$2, 812, 250
October 6, 2008
New York City
Madison Square Garden
61, 586 / 61, 586
$11, 527, 375
October 7, 2008
October 11, 2008
October 12, 2008
October 15, 2008
Boston
TD Banknorth Garden
26, 611 / 26, 611
$3, 658, 850
October 16, 2008
October 18, 2008
Toronto
Canada
Air Canada Centre
34, 324 / 34, 324
$6, 356, 171
October 19, 2008
October 22, 2008
Montreal
Bell Centre
34, 301 / 34, 301
$5, 391, 881
October 23, 2008
October 26, 2008
Chicago
United Center
30, 968 / 30, 968
$5, 777, 490
October 27, 2008
October 30, 2008
Vancouver
BC Place Stadium
52, 712 / 52, 712
$5, 389, 762
November 1, 2008
Oakland
Oracle Arena
28, 198 / 28, 198
$4, 964, 765
November 2, 2008
November 4, 2008
San Diego
Petco Park
35, 743 / 35, 743
$5, 097, 515
November 6, 2008
Los Angeles
Dodger Stadium
43, 919 / 43, 919
$5, 858, 730
November 8, 2008
Las Vegas
MGM Grand Garden Arena
29, 157 / 29, 157
$8, 397, 640
November 9, 2008
November 11, 2008
Denver
Pepsi Center
23, 501 / 23, 501
$4, 434, 020
November 12, 2008
November 16, 2008
Houston
Minute Maid Park
41, 498 / 41, 498
$5, 170, 100
November 18, 2008
Detroit
Ford Field
30, 119 / 30, 119
$2, 395, 900
November 20, 2008
Philadelphia
Wachovia Center
13, 790 / 13, 790
$2, 318, 530
November 22, 2008
Atlantic City
Boardwalk Hall
13, 293 / 13, 293
$3, 321, 000
November 24, 2008
Atlanta
Philips Arena
14, 843 / 14, 843
$2, 632, 952
November 26, 2008
Miami Gardens
Dolphin Stadium
47, 998 / 47, 998
$6, 137, 030
November 29, 2008
Mexico City
Mexico
Foro Sol
104, 270 / 104, 270
$10, 428, 743
November 30, 2008
South America[2][75]
December 4, 2008
Buenos Aires
Argentina
River Plate Stadium
263, 693 / 263, 693
$18, 274, 292
December 5, 2008[a]
December 7, 2008
December 8, 2008[b]
December 10, 2008
Santiago
Chile
Estadio Nacional de Chile
146, 242 / 146, 242
$11, 385, 499
December 11, 2008
December 14, 2008
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
Estádio do Maracanã
107, 000 / 107, 000
$7, 322, 269
December 15, 2008
December 18, 2008
São Paulo
Estádio do Morumbi
196, 656 / 196, 656
$15, 462, 185
December 20, 2008
December 21, 2008
July 4, 2009
The O2 Arena
27, 464 / 27, 464
$5, 873, 149
July 5, 2009
July 7, 2009
Manchester
Manchester Evening News Arena
13, 457 / 13, 457
$2, 827, 517
July 9, 2009
Paris
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
15, 806 / 15, 806
$2, 306, 551
July 11, 2009
Werchter
Belgium
Werchter Festival Park
68, 434 / 68, 434
$7, 190, 295
July 14, 2009
Milan
San Siro
55, 338 / 55, 338
$6, 507, 798
July 16, 2009
Udine
Stadio Friuli
28, 362 / 28, 362
$3, 236, 277
July 21, 2009
Barcelona
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
44, 811 / 44, 811
$5, 010, 557
July 23, 2009
Madrid
Vicente Calderón Stadium
31, 941 / 31, 941
$4, 109, 791
July 25, 2009
Zaragoza
Recinto de la Feria de Zaragoza
30, 940 / 30, 940
$2, 015, 381
July 28, 2009[c]
Oslo
Norway
Valle Hovin
79, 409 / 79, 409
$10, 481, 500
July 30, 2009
August 2, 2009
Saint Petersburg
Russia
Palace Square
27, 103 / 27, 103
$4, 431, 805
August 4, 2009
Tallinn
Estonia
Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
72, 067 / 72, 067
$5, 924, 839
August 6, 2009
Helsinki
Finland
Jätkäsaari
85, 354 / 85, 354
$12, 148, 455
August 8, 2009
Gothenburg
Sweden
Ullevi Stadium
119, 709 / 119, 709
$14, 595, 910
August 9, 2009
August 11, 2009
Copenhagen
Denmark
Parken Stadium
48, 064 / 48, 064
$6, 709, 250
August 13, 2009
Prague
Czech Republic
Chodov Natural Amphitheater
42, 682 / 42, 682
$3, 835, 776
August 15, 2009
Warsaw
Poland
Bemowo Airport
79, 343 / 79, 343
$6, 526, 867
August 18, 2009
Munich
35, 127 / 35, 127
$3, 655, 403
August 22, 2009
Budapest
Hungary
Kincsem Park
41, 045 / 41, 045
$3, 920, 651
August 24, 2009
Belgrade
Serbia
Ušće Park
39, 713 / 39, 713
$1, 738, 139
August 26, 2009
Bucharest
Romania
Parc Izvor
69, 088 / 69, 088
$4, 659, 836
August 29, 2009
Sofia
Bulgaria
Vasil Levski National Stadium
53, 660 / 53, 660
$4, 896, 938
Asia
September 1, 2009
Tel Aviv
Israel
Hayarkon Park
99, 674 / 99, 674
$14, 656, 063
September 2, 2009
Total
3, 545, 899 / 3, 557, 445
$407, 713, 266
Trivia
At the October 11, 2008 performance at Madison Square Garden, Madonna dedicated “You Must Love Me” to her daughter, Lourdes as it was her twelfth birthday. She commented, “My beautiful Lola is 12 today but when I first sang this song she was growing inside me. ” At the same show, Pharrell Williams joined Madonna onstage for both “Beat Goes On” and “Give It 2 Me”.
At the November 6, 2008 Los Angeles show, Madonna was joined onstage by Britney Spears during the performance of “Human Nature”. Later that night, Justin Timberlake joined Madonna onstage to perform “4 Minutes”. Prior to the show, an equipment malfunction caused damage to the top of the stage and some of the lighting. Madonna released a statement, saying “Even though my stage roof was damaged and some lights and effects aren’t working, I want to do the show anyway because I don’t want to disappoint my fans. ”
At the November 26, 2008 performance in Miami Gardens at Dolphin Stadium, Madonna was joined onstage by Timbaland during the performance of “4 Minutes” and by Pharrell Williams for “Give It 2 Me”.
Before singing “You Must Love Me” on the August 11, 2009 Denmark show, Madonna and over 48, 000 of her fans sang “Happy Birthday” to her son Rocco, who turned 9 that day and who was also attending the show.
Madonna’s daughter Lourdes joined her on stage on both the September 1 and 2, 2009 Tel Aviv dates during the performance of “Give it 2 Me”. Her son Rocco joined her on the DJ station during “Music”.

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What is sticky and sweet?

chiefly US, informal. : extremely sweet : too sweet sticky-sweet caramel a love song full of sticky-sweet sentiment.

How old was Madonna on the sticky and sweet tour?

Madge’s Sticky & Sweet tour rolled into London on September 11, and over 74,000 fans packed into Wembley stadium to gawp at the 50-year-old.Sep 29, 2008

When was sticky and sweet tour?

The Sticky & Sweet Tour is the eighth tour by American singer songwriter Madonna. It began in August 23, 2008 and it ended in September 2, 2009. Sticky & Sweet Tour was the eighth concert tour by American singer Madonna performed during 2008 and 2009 to promote her eleventh studio album, Hard Candy.

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