Looks like Madonna will be taking the ”dance floor” part of Confessions on a Dance Floor literally on this summer’s tour, which will include a number of club dates.Tour creative director Jamie King tells MTV News that Madonna wants to be up close and personal with her fans as well as her dancers, to make the show a more ”intimate experience.” (Uh-oh, this sounds like Spinal Tap manager Ian Faith explaining why the band is playing smaller venues by insisting they’re not less popular, but rather that ”their appeal is becoming more selective.”) King also says that the set list will draw heavily on the current album, with only a handful of older hits. Look for dates to be announced shortly.