Feb 15 marks the beginning of Madonna’s second holiday in Spain and a holiday that was previously thought to be a single celebration of Madonna and her daughter, Gwen Stefani, in the UK.
However, the French singer is taking her time with the celebration and will not be celebrating her birthday until the end of the year.
Madonna, who is in France for the first time as part of the World Tour, will be in Madrid from Tuesday (local time) for a pre-show concert on Wednesday.
The event is also expected to feature appearances from several other world-famous artists, including Katy Perry, Lana Del Rey, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys and Lady Gaga’s husband, producer Emanuele Santoro.
Madonna’s first European performance in Madrid on the World Music Awards on Sunday was marred by a security breach that saw more than 70,000 concertgoers exposed to viruses.
The virus, which affected more than 15,000 people, was linked to a malware program that was used to steal data from concertgoers.
It was the first-ever outbreak of such widespread malware and has been blamed on hackers working for a Russian company called Fancy Bear.
Fancy Bear, which is based in Russia, is alleged to have stolen credit card information, passwords, account details, photos, videos and other personal information from concert attendees, and then sent them a list of the top 10 countries they visited in the past year.
A second malware attack in Spain targeted the city of Madrid.
There has been no confirmed cases of the virus in Madrid and there are no reports of the infection affecting any other European cities.
According to the Spanish health ministry, the virus is known to spread through social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.