Beyoncé has sent fans worldwide into a frenzy after announcing a new world tour during her Super Bowl Half Time Show performance.
If there’s a time to milk the publicity cow for all it’s worth, it’s when you’re busy slaying the Super Bowl Half Time Show. Beyoncé’s staff clearly had no time to soak in the occasion with bigger things on their plates
While she was smashing her way through a flawless performance with ol’ mates, Coldplay and Bruno Mars, details for the ‘Formation World Tour’ were announced online.
This inevitably sent the internet into a clusterfucking meltdown. It also turns out Beyonce will ironically be performing a headline show at Levi’s Stadium (where the Super Bowl was played today)… So basically, this was the ideal warm-up for her.
Testament to her fandom losing their shit in response to the announcement, Beyonce’s website has already crashed several times after the surprise announcement was made.
Tour dates for Australia are yet to be released, HOWEVER TheVine has spoken to a reliable source who believes it’s a matter of time before this is confirmed and released to the public for Australasia.
We are told it’s a matter of locking down further logistics outside the US for a tour that is likely to include multiple stadium performances, including Melbourne and Sydney. News is likely to be released later in February, but we weren’t able to confirm when. #BeyonceInBrunswick2.0?
Buckle up guys, it seems Queen Bey will grace us with her perfect presence sometime later in 2016 or early 2017. You bet we’ll be refreshing our computers waiting for news of tickets.
Below are the North American tour dates that are confirmed:
- Wed. April 27 Miami, FL, Marlins Park
- Fri. April 29 Tampa Raymond James Stadium
- Sun. May 1 Atlanta, GA Georgia Dome
- Tue. May 3 Raleigh, NC Carter-Finley Stadium
- Thu. May 5 Nashville, TN Nissan Stadium
- Sat. May 7 Houston, TX NRG Stadium
- Mon. May 9 Dallas, TX AT&T Stadium
- Thu. May 12 San Diego, CA Qualcomm Stadium
- Sat. May 14 Los Angeles, CA Rose Bowl
- Mon. May 16 Santa Clara, CA Levi’s Stadium
- Wed. May 18 Seattle, WA CenturyLink Field
- Fri. May 20 Edmonton, AB Commonwealth Stadium
- Mon. May 23 Minneapolis, MN TCF Bank Stadium
- Wed. May 25 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
- Fri. May 27 Chicago, IL Soldier Field
- Sun. May 29 Detroit, MI Ford Field
- Tue. May 31 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Field
- Fri. June 3 Boston, MA Gillette Stadium
- Sun. June 5 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field
- Tue. June 7 New York, NY Citi Field
- Fri. June 10 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium
- Sun. June 12 Hershey, PA Hersheypark Stadium
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