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Madonna performs during the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 5, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Were you at the USF Sun Dome May 9, 1985? A sold out crowd of 8,000 sang along with “Lucky Star,” “Like a Virgin,” and Madonna threw fake money into the crowd as she performed “Material Girl,” according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Much has changed since that Tampa concert in 1985. That marriage to Sean Penn didn’t last. She became a mom. She adopted more children. She went on to star in movies and played the Super Bowl halftime show. And yeah, she got a little weird from time to time. Now at 64, Madonna remains the all-time highest grossing female touring artist in the world.

If you missed that performance almost 40 years ago, here’s another chance. Madonna will play Amalie Arena (which wouldn’t be built for another 10 years) in Tampa September 7, 2023. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday (January 20). According to the Amalie Arena website, tickets will start at $40. Various fan club and sponsor presales start later today (January 17) at 2pm. One other Florida stop on the tour will be in Miami two nights later on September 9.

We’re told on this “The Celebration Tour,” Madonna will include hits from the 80s up until now. For many, Madonna was the soundtrack of the 80s, but she had a bunch of hits in the 90s and as you can see from the list below, she’s still putting out music that’s racking up YouTube views. Her collaborations with Nicki Minaj have more plays than some of her monster 80s Q105 hits.

Madonna's 20 Most Viewed Music Videos on YouTube

  • #20: True Blue

    Madonna’s 1986 hit written about her then husband Sean Penn.

  • #19: Celebration

    This was a song recorded for Madonna’s third greatest hits album. This music video is the remixed version by Benny Benassi.

  • #18: Crazy For You

    This song was recorded for the 80s movie “Vision Quest.”

  • #17: Into the Groove

    Another soundtrack hit, this one was featured in “Desperately Seeking Susan.” This is the unofficial official music video since one was never shot.

  • #16: Sorry

    Madonna busts out the roller skates!

  • #15: The Power of Good-Bye

    Entertainment Tonight said recording the video for this one was emotional for Madonna since the lyrics of a breakup hit close to home.

  • #14: Girl Gone Wild

    You might not remember this song from Madonna’s 2012 album MDNA.

  • #13: Give Me All Your Luvin'

    Nicki Minaj being a part of this video could explain the YouTube views on this one.

  • #12: Give It 2 Me

    Madonna used her look from an Elle magazine cover photo shoot as the inspiration for this music video.

  • #11: Live To Tell

    Madonna toned down her look for this one.

  • #10: Like a Virgin

    This one was shot in Venice and New York and cost $150,000 – a LOT at the time.

  • #9: Material Girl

    Channeling her inner Marilyn Monroe…

  • #8: Vogue

    Filmed in black and white as Madonna paid tribute to Hollywood actors and actresses of years gone by.

  • #7: Frozen

    Witchy Madonna!

  • #6: 4 Minutes

    No wardrobe malfunctions in this duet with Justin Timberlake.

  • #5: Papa Don't Preach

    No Danny Aiello is not her real life father.

  • #4: Like a Prayer

    This one ruffled lots of feathers back in the 80s. It led to a Pepsi boycott.

  • #3: B*tch I'm Madonna

    Another one that features Nicki Minaj.

  • #2: Hung Up

    The music video pays tribute to John Travolta and his movies.

  • #1: La Isla Bonita

    And here it is, her most viewed music video! It’s one of those 80s hits that many tend to forget. See if you can spot Benicio Del Toro. He’s one of the extras paid $150 to be in the video.

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