February 8, 2016


Beyoncé Announces ‘Formation’ World Tour During Super Bowl: See The Dates

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Parkwood Entertainment

What a weekend for Beyoncé fans: After the superstar surprise-released a new song and video, “Formation,” on Saturday (Feb. 6), Bey took the stage at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show… and announced a world tour during the performance.

The live run will begin on April 27 in Miami and run through July 31. A quick ad revealed that the world tour will have pre-sale tickets available on Feb. 9 and a regular on-sale on Feb. 16. Bey also shared word that the Formation world tour, which also hits Europe, will give aid to the Flint water crisis.

Beyoncé last toured the world on the Mrs. Carter trek, in support of her 2013 self-titled album. “Formation” and the tour announcement presumably (hopefully?) signals the singer’s sixth solo full-length is coming soon.

“Formation” features an assist from Fuse star Big Freedia, who described working with Beyoncé on the track; click here for the exclusive quote.

Check out the full Formation tour dates below:

Apr. 27: Miami, Fla. (Marlins Park)
Apr. 29: Tampa, Fla. (Raymond James Stadium)
May 1: Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome)
May 3: Raleigh, N.C. (Carter-Finley Stadium)
May 5: Nashville, Tenn. (Nissan Stadium)
May 7: Houston, Tex. (NRG Stadium)
May 9: Dallas, Tex. (AT&T Stadium)
May 12: San Diego, Calif. (Qualcomm Stadium)
May 14: Los Angeles, Calif. (Rose Bowl)
May 16: Santa Clara, Calif. (Levi’s Stadium)
May 18: Seattle, Wash. (CenturyLink Field)
May 20: Edmonton, AB (Commonwealth Stadium)
May 23: Minneapolis, Minn. (TCF Bank Stadium)
May 25: Toronto, Ont. (Rogers Centre)
May 27: Chicago, Ill. (Soldier Field)
May 29: Detroit, Mich. (Ford Field)
May 31: Pittsburgh, Pa. (Heinz Field)
June 3: Boston, Mass. (Gillette Stadium)
June 5: Philadelphia, Pa. (Lincoln Financial Field)
June 7: New York, N.Y. (Citi Field)
June 10: Baltimore, Md. (M&T Bank Stadium)
June 12: Hershey, Pa. (Hersheypark Stadium)
June 28: Sunderland, U.K. (Stadium of Light)
June 30: Cardiff, U.K. (Millennium Stadium)
July 2: London, U.K. (Wembley Stadium)
July 5: Manchester, U.K. (Emirates Old Trafford)
July 7: Glasgow, U.K. (Hampden Park)
July 9: Dublin, Ireland (Croke Park)
July 12: Dusseldorf, DE (Esprit Arena)
July 14: Zurich, CH (Letzigrund)
July 16: Amsterdam, NE (Arena)
July 18: Milan, IT (Stadio San Siro)
July 21: Paris, FR (Stade de France)
July 24: Copenhagen, DK (Parken)
July 26: Stockholm, SE (Friends Arena)
July 29: Frankfurt, DE (Commerzbank Arena)
July 31: Brussels, BE (Roi Boudoin)