MADONNA fans are up in arms after being forced to stump up a staggering 106 euros a ticket for the only Spanish date on her world tour in June.

A number of disgruntled fans have posted complaints on forums after tickets for the Barcelona show went on sale.

One fan, Nek, wrote to forum All About saying: “I think these prices are too expensive for many people.”

Madonna, 53, will play the city’s Palau Sant Jordi stadium on June 20 – with the superstar said to be taking around 90 per cent of the ticket sale cost herself.

“The question is definitely whether ticket prices are too high,” said Gary Bongiovanni from ticket vending website Pollstar.

“Sales were brisk for the first few days and then they tapered off,” admitted a source close to the tour.


  1. Tickets for Madonna in Ireland range from €54 to €141 according to the in February. When questioned about the price of the tickets Madonnas response was reported as “People spend $300 on crazy things all the time, things like handbags”, she told Newsweek. “Work all year, scrape the money together, and come to my show. I’m worth it.”

  2. My early entry Gold Circle ticket for Hyde Park was over £250 so were some of my other tickets. Other venues I have were around £135. Why the variation I don’t know but Barcelona sounds cheap!! Madonna is worth every penny. We knew the tour was coming! My advice is as soon as this tour ends start saving for the next!!!

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