Concert agency NCA said: "Russian audiences will, at long last, be able to see and appreciate Madonna's long-awaited show 'Confessions,' already performed in front of more than half a million people in ten major cities across the United States."
Madonna's 'Confessions' tour kicked off in the U.S. in May, and its European leg began at the end of July in Cardiff. The singer said ahead of the tour that her ambition was to "turn the world into one big dance floor."
The 47-year-old UK-based star will bring her 'Confessions' show to Moscow after introducing it in London, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Hanover and Prague. A giant rotating stage will be erected outside Moscow University for the queen of pop's first-ever Russian gig.