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5 Things You Need to Know About Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour Set Design

It’s a one-of-a-kind stage fit for the Queen of Pop

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When it was announced that Manila will be a part of Madonna’s Rebel Heart tour, fans went into a frenzy and immediately prepared to score tickets. After all, it’s the first time that the music icon will visit the country to perform for her thousands of fans.

Aside from looking forward to a night of singing and dancing, we also can’t help but wonder about the show’s stage and set design. As a frequent concertgoer myself, I’ve always marveled at huge LED screens, moving stages, and other tricks that leave the audience in awe. Thankfully, we stumbled upon an article on Design Week about how the tour’s look and design came about. We’ve picked out a few interesting details that you might want to know just in time for Madonna’s two-day gig at the Mall of Asia Arena. So Open Your Heart, strike a pose (ala Vogue), and get ready for one epic Holiday:

Source and Photos: Design Week.

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