How to Watch Madonna’s Last Celebration Tour Show in Rio Online

Madonna is showing her appreciation for her fans with a free concert on Saturday, May 4 at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro – the final stop on her Celebration tour.

Billed as “the biggest dance floor in the world,” the epic Rio show will include special guest Bob the Drag Queen (aka Caldwell Tidicue). According to a statement on the singer’s website, the show “will be free as a thank you to her fans for celebrating over four decades of her music during the epic world tour.”

At a Glance: How to Watch Madonna’s Rio Celebration Tour Online

  • When Saturday, May 4 at 5:45 p.m. PT/8:45 p.m. ET (9:45 p.m. local Brazil time)
  • Channel TV Globo (Brazil)
  • Stream online DirecTV, Sling (add-on required)
  • More ways to watch online Globoplay (available on the Appstore for Android on Amazon, Apple App Store)

Madonna’s free Celebration concert in Rio will only be broadcast locally in Brazil, including on Brazilian video-on-demand streaming service Globoplay. Fans outside Brazil can stream the big event live online on a cable streaming service that carries TV Globo or via a virtual private network (VPN).

Below, continue reading for more details on how to watch Madonna. Party show in Rio online in the United States, including for free.

How to watch Madonna’s celebration concert in Rio: date, time, channel

The final stop of Madonna’s Celebration Tour will take place on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday, May 4. It will be broadcast on Brazilian channel TV Globo at 9:45 p.m. local time in Rio.

Stream Madonna’s Celebration Show in Rio: How to Watch in the US

If you want to watch Madonna’s Rio concert outside of Brazil, you can tune into TV Globo at 5:45 p.m. PT/8:45 p.m. ET in the United States. You can stream TV Globo on any live TV streaming service carrying the Brazilian channel, including DirecTV and Sling.

Do you already have a Globoplay account? There is a way to access your service from outside Brazil.

Get more details on how to watch TV Globo and other Brazilian channels in the US below.

How to watch the final concert of Madonna's Rio celebration tour online


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You can watch Madonna’s concert in Rio on DirecTV when you add Brazilian programming (including TV Globo) to a satellite or Internet package. New subscribers can stream for free with DirecTV’s five-day trial.

For satellite subscribers, you can add international programming to a basic Basic or Preferred Choice package ($27.99 to $59.99 per month plus tax). The BrazilDirect add-on costs $29.99 more per month and includes TV Globo, or you can get the standalone TV Globo channel add-on for $19.99 per month.

For DirecTV subscribers connecting via the Internet, add Brazilian programming for just $30 per month on top of your existing cable TV streaming package. Learn more here.

And for a limited time, eligible subscribers can save up to $240; Learn more here.

How to watch the final concert of Madonna's Rio celebration tour online


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Watch Madonna’s Celebration concert in Rio on TV Globo with Sling, which offers a three-day free trial when you add select Brazil TV Bundle packages (reg. $13.99 and up per month) to your streaming plan.

New subscribers save half on their first month of Sling, so you can stream Madonna’s show in Brazil from just $20 for the Orange plan (reg. $40 per month) which includes CNN, HGTV, ID, A&E, ESPN, Disney Channel and other networks. Other packages include the Blue Tier ($22.50 for the first month, reg. $45 per month) and the Orange & Blue Combo Package (reg. $60 per month) which includes exclusive news and entertainment channels such as ABC, NBC, Fox, E!, FS1. , FX and others.

How to watch the final concert of Madonna's Rio celebration tour online

For those who already have Brazil’s Globoplay video-on-demand streaming service, you can use a virtual private network (VPN) to access your account in the United States. Plans start at $12.95 per month or $8.32 per month with annual billing; Learn more here.

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