Life Fans greet Madonna’s comeback with open arms By weekster Posted on September 20, 2019 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Madonna (61) kicked off her long-awaited new world tour Madame X on Tuesday in New York. In the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, about two thousand fans witnessed her comeback. “This was the best thing I’ve ever seen.” There are no images of the concert. Madonna had announced a telephone ban in advance because she wants fans to really experience the show instead of through the screen. The reactions were positive on social media afterwards. “This was the best thing I’ve ever seen. Possibly the artistic high point of Madonna. Incredible,” tweets a visitor. Another refers to “the show of the century”. “I just don’t have pictures to prove it.” “Thank you for being there. I’m so happy to finally have an audience,” Madonna writes on social media. During her set she brought a mix of old and new material. She also considered 50 years of Gay Pride and she advocated for stricter arms legislation in America. The positive reactions come after the criticism of Madonna’s performance at the Eurovision Song Contest in May, which was not a resounding success. According to viewers, she sang quite fake and afterwards her team edited the sound with the images that the singer shared online. Madonna gives another sixteen concerts in the New York theater until mid-October. She then goes to theaters in Chicago, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, among others. In January Madonna makes the crossing to Europe where she also gives a series of intimate theater concerts in Lisbon, London and Paris. The rest of the world will be skipped for the time being.