Beyoncé To Start Her 'Formation World Tour' This Spring


Beyoncé did what she does best and got everyone talking this past weekend when she dropped her new song and video "Formation" and then proceeded to perform the track during her portion of Super Bowl 50's halftime spectacle. While she without a doubt rocked the crowd and quite possibly stole the show, the moment that would really send her fans into a frenzy came quietly after the performance was done.

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An artsy black-and-white clip featuring the singer with an orchid in her mouth interspersed with images of flying eagles, Molotov cocktails, storms and all manner of other imagery played. As the track, steeped in '60s psychedelia, but with a hip hop edge, played on, many wondered what new hotness Bey was about to unleash. Another surprise album? Another video? A new line of hot sauce? (Swag.) But the answer soon came at the end of the clip when big, bold white letters announced her next move: The Formation World Tour. The BeyHive buzzed and lost their collective minds as Beyoncé probably calmly walked back to the dressing room, sipped a cool, refreshing bottle of mineral water and smiled at the havoc she had wrought.

Love her or hate her, Bey knows a great promotional opportunity when she sees one.  The ticket pre-sale for members of BeyHive Fan Club and American Express card members will begin Tuesday, February 9th. The rest of us will have to wait until February 15th to get a chance at snagging seats. Peep the 30-second tour promo below, and then check out the tour dates while we try and get our coins together.

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Beyoncé Formation World Tour Dates:

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April 27 Marlins Park – Miami, FL
April 29 Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, FL
May 1 Georgia Dome – Atlanta, GA
May 3 Carter-Finely Stadium – Raleigh, NC
May 5 Nissan Stadium – Nashville, TN
May 7 NRG Stadium – Houston, TX
May 9 AT&T Stadium – Dallas, TX
May 12 Quaicomm Stadium – San Diego, CA
May 14 Rose Bowl – Los Angeles, CA
May 16 Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CA
May 18 CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA
May 20 Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton, AB
May 23 TCF Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN
May 25 Rogers Center – Toronto, ON
May 27 Soldier Field – Chicago, IL
May 29 Ford Field – Detroit, MI
May 31 Heinz Field – Pittsburgh, PA
June 3 Gilette Stadium – Boston, MA
June 5 Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA
June 7 Citi Field – New York, NY
June 10 M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore, MD
June 12 Hershey Park Stadium – Hershey, PA
June 28 Stadium Of Light – Sunderland, UK
June 30 Millennium Stadium – Cardiff, UK
July 2 Wembley Stadium – London, UK
July 5 Emirates Old Trafford – Manchester, UK
July 7 Hampden Park – Glasgow, UK
July 9 Croke Park – Dublin, IE
July 12 Espirit Arena – Dusseldorf, DE
July 14 Letzigrund – Zurich, CH
July 16 Arena – Amsterdam, NE
July 18 Stadio San Siro – Milan, IT
July 21 Stade de France – Paris, FR
July 24 Parken – Copenhagen, DK
July 26 Friends Arena – Stockholm, SE
July 29 Commerzbank Arena – Frankfurt, DE
July 31 Roi Boudoi – Brussels, BE

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