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Madonna World Tour Stops in Las Vegas on October 13th

After performing at half-time for this year's Superbowl in front of the most-watched sporting event in television history, Madonna announced dates for her 2012 world tour—including an October 13 show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Tickets will be priced from $48-$383 and will go on sale Monday, February 27 at 10 a.m. on Ticketmaster, the MGM Grand Box Office and Madonna performed No. 1 hits "Vogue," "Music" and "Like a Prayer" at Sunday's Super Bowl, along with "Give Me All Your Luvin'," a single from upcoming album MDNA, due out on March 26.

The Material Girl's 2012 world tour is scheduled to begin May 29 in Israel and then take her across Europe, Canada and ending in the U.S. Madonna is listed as the all-time top-selling female recording artist in the Guinness Book of World Records with more than 300 million records sold worldwide.

Stay tuned for more news and infomation regarding Madonna's return to Sin City!

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