Music Photos of the Year 2012
May 31: Madonna performs on stage during her "MDNA" world tour kickoff in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Madonna's MDNA tour hits North American shores tonight with a show at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center, having wrapped the European leg of the tour last week in Nice, France.

The tour, which began May 31 in Tel Aviv, has grossed $115,701,909, with attendance of 985,340 to 33 shows, according to Billboard Boxscore. For North America, Madonna has sold $111 million in tickets for 44 shows in the U.S. and Canada, according to Arthur Fogel, chairman of Live Nation Global Touring and producer of Madonna's tours.

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Dates are currently on the books up until a double at Foro Sol in Mexico City Nov. 24-25.

Madonna is no stranger to the elite ranks of touring artists, as her last tour, Sticky & Sweet from 2008-09, is third all time in box office revenue at $408 million, according to Boxscore, highest ever for a solo artist. MDNA is tracking on Boxscore to be among the biggest not only for 2012, but also one of the top tours of all time.

North American Tour Dates:

Aug. 28 -- Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)

Aug. 30 -- Montreal (Bell Centre)

Sept. 1 -- Quebec City (Plains of Abraham)

Sept. 4 -- Boston (TD Garden)

Sept. 6, 8 -- New York City (Yankee Stadium)

Sept. 10 -- Ottawa (Scotiabank Place)

Sept. 12, 13 -- Toronto (Air Canada Centre)

Sept. 15 -- Atlantic City (Boardwalk Hall)

Sept. 19, 20 -- Chicago (United Center)

Sept. 23, 24 -- Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)

Sept. 29, 30 -- Vancouver (Rogers Arena)

Oct. 2, 3 -- Seattle (Key Arena)

Oct. 6, 7 -- San Jose (HP Pavilion at San Jose)

Oct. 10, 11 -- Los Angeles (Staples Center)

Oct. 13, 14 -- Las Vegas (MGM Grand Garden Arena)

Oct. 16 -- Phoenix (US Airways Center)

Oct. 18 -- Denver (Pepsi Center)

Oct. 20, 21 -- Dallas (American Airlines Center)

Oct. 24, 25 -- Houston (Toyota Center)

Oct. 27 -- New Orleans (New Orleans Arena)

Oct. 30 -- Kansas City (Sprint Center)

Nov. 1 -- St. Louis (Scottrade Center)

Nov. 3, 4 -- St. Paul (Xcel Energy Center)

Nov. 6 -- Pittsburgh (Consol Energy Center)

Nov. 8 -- Detroit (Joe Louis Arena)

Nov. 10 -- Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)

Nov. 12 -- New York City (Madison Square Garden)

Nov. 15 -- Charlotte (Time Warner Cable Arena)

Nov. 17 -- Atlanta (Philips Arena)

Nov. 19, 20 -- Miami (American Airlines Arena)

Nov. 24, 25 -- Mexico City (Foro Sol)