Britney Spears tour to be three-ring circus in the round

Audience can sit in ringside seats for the shows

Britney Spears tour to be three-ring circus in the round
The layout for Britney Spears‘Circus’ tour has appeared online, and it shows that the concerts will be performed in the round, with the audience surrounding a three-ring circus layout. shows there will be limited ringside seats available for the show, with general admission standing room in the remaining floor area.

The US leg of the tour kicks off March 3 in New Orleans, in her home state of Louisiana and wraps up April 28 in Chicago’s Allstate Arena.

As previously reported, a conservative parents' group is protesting Spears' new single, 'If U Seek Amy', claiming it is indecent for US radio stations to broadcast it during peak hours.

However, the group's objections have not prevented radio stations from airing the third single from Spears' recent album 'Circus'.

--By our New York staff.
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