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Madonna 'sued by two fans for starting concert more than two hours late'

Madonna sued by two fans for starting concert more than two hours late

Kofi Dekye Acquaye 4 months ago 0

Two fans of Madonna have filed a civil lawsuit against her, claiming that she inconvenienced concertgoers by arriving more than two hours late for a New York show. 

The 65-year-old singer of Material Girl, according to Michael Fellows and Jonathan Hadden, did not take the stage until 10.45 p.m. on December 13, 2023, two hours and fifteen minutes after the scheduled start time of 8.30 p.m.

Attorneys Richard Klass and Marcus Corwin note in the filing, which NBC has access to, that because of her delayed start, fans were left with “limited public transportation, limited ride-sharing” options, or “increased public and private transportation costs at that late hour.”

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Highlighting that the show was on a Wednesday evening, the lawsuit goes on to claim that many people who attended had to “get up early to go to work and/or take care of their family responsibilities the next day.”

According to the American publication, Mr. Fellows and Mr. Hadden claim that they “suffered actual harm” as a result of Madonna’s tardiness, including “annoyance, harassment, time, frustration, and anger.” Along with Live Nation and the Barclays Center, the promoters of the event, Madonna is named as a defendant under her full name, Madonna Louise Ciccone.

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The concert was part of Madonna’s Celebration Tour, celebrating her 40 years in music. It was originally due to commence in Canada last summer, but the tour was forced to be postponed after she contracted a serious bacterial infection in late June.

The tour finally kicked off in the UK at the London O2 Arena last October, but late starts have proven a recurring theme.

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Not only did Madonna arrive late for her London shows, which The Standard attended, but she also appears to have entered the stage at 9.50 p.m. and 10.30 p.m. in Boston, Toronto, and Detroit in January, according to Setlist. fm, a website that tracks song selections and performance times for important events.

A spokesperson for Live Nation, Madonna, and the Barclays Center has been contacted by The Standard for comment.

 

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