Madonna keeps a low profile in hoodie and shades as she arrives at the Brooklyn Academy of Music ahead of her latest Madame X performance
She is busy entertaining fans on her eleventh concert tour with dates spanning America and Europe.
And Madonna cut a casual figure as she arrived at the Howard Gilman Opera House at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for another performance in the Big Apple on Sunday.
The legendary performer, 61, kept a low profile as she arrived at the venue, donning a black skirt with a multi-coloured print which she paired with a matching hoodie.
Incognito: Madonna, 61, cut a casual figure as she arrived at the Howard Gilman Opera House in New York City on Saturday
The singer also sported a large black coat with a floral embroidered print and off-white lace trimming on the collar and sleeves.
Madonna also wore a pair of dark tights along with black trainers which also featured a shimmering gold chain.
Carrying a green smoothie as she made her way to the popular venue, the Like A Prayer hitmaker completed her look with a pair of shades.
Madonna is scheduled to perform in New York until October 12, before jetting to Chicago till the end of the month.
Style: The legendary performer kept a low profile as she arrived at the venue, donning a black skirt with a multi-coloured print which she paired with a matching hoodie
The media personality will take to the stage in other parts of the US, before kicking off the European leg of her tour in Lisbon, Portugal next year, where she has been living.
However, The Sun reports that the American singer’s time in the country may soon be coming to an end, as the owners of the £6million 18th century palace she calls home are allegedly planning to sell it.
Her latest low-key appearance comes after the star revealed she feels ‘bored and lonely’ in the Portuguese city.
Candid: At the opening night of her Madame X tour last month, the artist admitted she was ‘alone and bored’ for some of her time in Portugal
The pop superstar moved her family to southern Europe back in 2017, so her son David, 13, could fulfil his dream of playing football for Benfica’s youth team.
A source said of the star, who is enjoying a resurgence in popularity after the release of her album Madame X: ‘Madonna will be on her Madame X tour until March 2020 so hasn’t been spending much time at the palace she was renting in Portugal.
‘David still has some school commitments there but as Madonna is on the road she isn’t there now and it’s not clear whether she plans on getting a new home in the area.’
Reported departure: The Queen of Pop is said to be leaving her Lisbon home, more than two years after moving to Portugal to support her son David, 14, as he pursued his football dreams
At the opening night of her Madame X tour at New York City’s Brooklyn Academy of Music last month, the star spoke onstage about her private life and move to Portugal.
She said: ‘I moved to Lisbon to be a soccer mom. I wanted to be a soccer mom. I thought it would be adventurous. But I found myself alone, without friends, a little bit bored.’
Explaining how that boredom led to her seeking out new interests, she continued: ‘I was invited to a fado club. The music is made up of melancholy, sadness and longing — the best description of me.’
Close bond: Sporty teenager David, who was adopted by Madonna from Malawi in 2006, is seen with his twin sisters Stella and Esther, six