Madonna has announced a greatest hits tour spanning her entire career.

Madonna will embark on her first ever greatest hits tour to commemorate the 40th anniversary of her breakout single, Holiday.

The pop icon will perform songs from her entire career, from her self-titled debut album in 1983 to Madame X in 2019.

After the experimental, theatre-based Madame X shows in 2019 and 2020, she will return to arenas and stadiums on the 35-date Celebration Tour.

Some of those appearances were canceled due to the star’s knee and hip injuries.

The final 10 dates in Paris were then cancelled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Announcing the new tour, the star said: “I am excited to explore as many songs as possible, in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for.”

A press release said the concerts “will take us on Madonna’s artistic journey through four decades and pays respect to the city of New York where her career in music began”.

The tour will kick off in Vancouver, Canada, in July, with dates in New York, Barcelona, Paris and Stockholm before it wraps up in Amsterdam on 1 December.

Only one date has been announced for the UK so far, at London’s O2 Arena on 14 October. However, her schedule is clear for a week on either side of that date, suggesting more shows will be announced when the initial dates sell out.

Tickets for the Celebration tour go on sale at 10:00 local time on Friday 20 January, with pre-sales for fan club members starting on Tuesday 17 (North America) and Wednesday 18 (Europe).

In selecting the setlist, the 64-year-old singer-songwriter will have no shortage of songs to choose from.

She has scored 63 top 10 hits in the UK, including 13 number one singles, from Into The Groove (1985) and Like A Prayer (1989), to Vogue (1990) and Hung Up (2005).

Madonna’s music has also seen a resurgence on TikTok in the last year, with hits like Frozen and Material Girl reaching a new audience.

In September, a decade-old leaked demo called Back That Up To The Beat resurfaced on the video-sharing app, spawning thousands of videos.

Madonna decided to make the demo official in December as a result of its success. (An unfinished but vastly different version of the song was also included as a bonus track on Madame X.)

Finally Enough Love, a career-spanning compilation featuring dance remixes of her biggest hits, was also released last year. Twenty of the tracks were first-time official releases of rare recordings.

The album, which reached number three in the UK charts, was the first project under Madonna’s 2021 deal with Warner Music for a “extensive, multi-year series of catalogue releases that will revisit the groundbreaking music that made her an international icon”.