Although the 60-year-old singer scaled back to smaller venues for the upcoming tour, it's not making much of a difference in terms of numbers.
For the first week of shows of the tour — which kicks off September 12 at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, New York — there are hundreds of seats still available. Combining her entire time in Brooklyn, Madonna has thousands of tickets still on the market!
For example, ticket sales for the Sunday, September 15 show — which is just three nights into her tour — there are at least 100 seats still available!
Although the acclaimed artists does not sell out any of the nights while in her home state of New York, ticket sales get much worse when she moves into slightly larger venues.
In fact, for Madge's opening night at the MET in Philadelphia on Saturday, December 7, Ticketmaster shows that there are more than 400 tickets up for grabs!
And according to a source close to the potentially washed-up "Material Girl," she "doesn't understand why her fans are not coming to support her new shows."
Added the informant: "She is really quite dumbfounded by this because she used to sell out entire stadiums in seconds," the insider told Radar exclusively.
Sadly, it is not just Madonna's tour that isn't generating interest, but also her upcoming album, Madame X, which has gotten mixed reviews.
Madonna has released five songs from her Madame X album, which is set for a June 14 release. So far, not one of the songs have made it into the Top 100.