Madonna's not finished with stadiums.
Live Nation Entertainment announced Tuesday that the Material Girl's first tour since 2009 will include a Sept. 6 show at Yankee Stadium.
On Sunday, she was the Super Bowl halftime performer at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Her world tour will start May 29 in Tel Aviv, Israel. It will include performances in Istanbul, Brussels, Helsinki and Zurich.
The North American portion of the tour will include Montreal, San Jose and Cleveland.
The tour will also visit South America and Australia.
Tickets for most of the U.S. shows go on sale Feb. 13.
Madonna's last tour, 2008-2009's "Sticky & Sweet," grossed more than $400 million.
Her new album, "MDNA," is scheduled for release March 26.
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