Madonna's Intimate Paris Show Will Stream Live Tonight
BY Jeremy Kinser
July 26 2012 1:22 PM ET
Madonna will perform several classic hits, as well as songs from her latest album, MDNA, including her new single, “Turn Up The Radio,” during an intimate set in Paris that can be viewed in its entirety online.
The iconic entertainer's show will be performed tonight at the historic Olympia music hall in Paris, which has hosted other legendary performers including Marlene Dietrich and Edith Piaf. A press release notes that due to the overwhelming demand for tickets to the intimate set, Madonna has agreed to let it be broadcast globally via LoveLive's YouTube Channel beginning at 4:15 p.m. EST. There will also be a post stream of the show where the footage can be viewed in its entirety.
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