Madonna has set a date where she will perform in support of 'Hard Candy' for the first time plus announced a special remix of her single.
Madonna has made up a plan to perform live for the first time in support of her upcoming release "Hard Candy". The "Take a Bow" singer has booked a performing slot at New York's Roseland Ballroom on April 30 and she has a specific plan for this concert which is dubbed by Warner Bros as "historic event".
True to her nature in breaking the traditional ways, Madonna prefers to have her fans queuing up in front of the venue to get the tickets rather than purchasing it on-line. She, however, will also broadcast the concert on the web live and simultaneously in several sites for U.S. users only. The footage will then be available outside the States on May 15.
Furthermore, her deal with Verizon Wireless will enable a number of users of the company's features to get the tickets for free.
In other news, Verizon also announced that their V CAST Music customers will be able to download the remix of Madonna's "4 Minutes to Save the World" which is the first single from her album. "Working with Madonna and Justin (Timberlake) on this underground mobile remix has been a lot of fun," said collaborator Timbaland. "With Verizon Wireless, we are able to create and distribute music straight from the studio directly to fans as well as give them access into our creative process behind-the-scenes."
"Hard Candy" will be released on April 29 in U.S. and a day before in other countries.