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All-Pro Formation: Beyoncé caps Super Bowl performance with world tour news

 

Well, Beyoncé just got done slayyyyyying the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show, and now she’s taking “Formation” on the road. This is probably better than Miley Cyrus announcing her new album after Saturday Night Live.

We’ll post the details once her website actually loads, but all the info is currently hiding out at beyonce.com. It’s definitely feeling a bit of a crush at the moment, and for good reason — Queen Bey saved what would have been a pretty bland Halftime Show (apologies to Coldplay and Bruno Mars).

 

 

Tickets go on sale February 16 (pre-sale starts February 9), and the tour is expected to start April 27 in Miami. More to come once we all calm down.

#FeelTheBey

UPDATE 9:12 p.m.: Beyoncé will play Gillette Stadium on June 3. Here are the full dates, via p4k:

 

 

Beyoncé World Tour:
04-27 Miami, FL – Marlins Park
04-29 Tampa Bay, FL – Raymond James Stadium
05-01 Atlanta, GA – Georgia Dome
05-03 Raleigh, NC – Carter-Finley Stadium
05-05 Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium
05-07 Houston, TX – NRG Stadium
05-09 Dallas, TX – AT&T Stadium
05-12 San Diego, CA – Qualcomm Stadium
05-14 Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl
05-16 Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium
05-18 Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field
05-20 Edmonton, Alberta – Commonwealth Stadium
05-23 Minneapolis, MN – TCF Bank Stadium
05-25 Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
05-27 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
05-29 Detroit, MI – Ford Field
05-31 Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Field
06-03 Boston, MA – Gillette Stadium
06-05 Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
06-07 New York, NY – Citi Field
06-10 Baltimore, MD – M&T Bank Stadium
06-12 Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium
06-28 Sunderland, England – Stadium of Light
06-30 Cardiff, England – Millennium Stadium
07-02 London, England – Wembley Stadium
07-05 Manchester, England – Emirates Old Trafford
07-07 Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park
07-09 Dublin, Ireland – Croke Park
07-12 Dusseldorf, Germany – Esprit Arena
07-14 Zurich, Switzerland – Letzigrund
07-16 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Arena
07-18 Milan, Italy – Stadio San Siro
07-21 Paris, France – Stade de France
07-24 Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken
07-26 Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
07-29 Frankfurt, Germany – Gommerzbank Arena
07-31 Brussels, Belgium – Roi Boudoin


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