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How can I say... Would you like to go to Madonna's concert? or would you like to go to a Madonna's concert?

or I have tickets to Madonna's concert or I have tickets to a Madonna's concert?

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A is an indefinite article.

Would you like to go to Madonna’s concert?

This sentence is talking about a specific concert.

The second one is grammatically incorrect.

You can say:

Would you like to go to a concert by Madonna

This is saying would you like to go to a concert by Madonna not talking about a specific concert.

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I would say:

Would you like to go to a Madonna concert?

"Madonna" acts as an adjective, and as such is not pluralized.

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