How to Watch Madonna ‘Celebration in Rio’ Tour Concert Online Free


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Madonna is ending her critically-acclaimed Celebration World Tour in Brazil this weekend, with a one-night-only concert dubbed the “Celebration in Rio” show.

Taking place live at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the concert will be broadcast locally on Brazilian TV but there are ways to watch Madonna’s Rio concert online outside of Brazil as well (sort of scoring a travel deal to go watch Madge in person).



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Madonna’s Brazil concert airs Saturday, May 4 at 9:45 p.m. local Brazil time (8:45 p.m. ET). Brazilian fans can watch the show on Globo TV and through its streaming service, Globoplay. Want to watch Madonna’s Rio concert from the U.S.? Use a virtual private network (VPN) like ExpressVPN, which will let you set your IP address to Brazil, so that you can livestream the Madonna concert on Globoplay for free.

A subscription to ExpressVPN starts at just $6.67 a month. NordVPN is another solid VPN service that will let you watch Globoplay’s Madonna live feed from outside of Brazil. Sign up for NordVPN here.

You can also livestream Madonna’s “Celebration in Rio” concert online free through Sling TV. Sling is a live TV streaming service which offers Globo as part of its international plans. Sling currently has a 3-day free trial that you can use to access Globo to stream Madonna’s Rio concert online for free. Continue on with one of Sling’s monthly subscription plans or cancel before your free trial is up to avoid being charged.

Saturday’s show is sponsored by Itaú bank, and the concert will mark Madonna’s first show in Brazil since 2012. This is also a free show, and tickets will be made available to fans on a first-come first-serve basis on the day of the event.

This is the last stop on Madonna’s Celebration Tour, which is projected to rake in more than $225 million when all is said and done. The tour kicked off in London in October, before winding its way through Canada, the U.S., and Mexico City.


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