Post-Super Bowl domination, Beyoncé announces extensive world tour

Post-Super Bowl domination, Beyoncé announces extensive world tour

Following her basically perfect Super Bowl halftime performance and (maybe?) equally perfect nip-slip, Beyoncé has announced an extensive world tour. The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour kicks off April 15 in Serbia before expertly dancing over to North America starting June 28. A list of dates announced so far is below, though more stops in Latin America, Australia, and Asia are forthcoming. Tickets for some of the U.S. dates go on sale this Friday, February 8.

April 15—Kombank Arena—Belgrade, Serbia
April 17—Arena Zagreb—Zagreb, Croatia
April 19—Slovnaft Arena—Bratislava, Slovakia
April 22—Ziggo Dome—Amsterdam, Holland
April 24-25—Palais Omnisports De Paris-Bercy—Paris, France
April 26—LG Arena—Birmingham, United Kingdom
April 29-May 3—The O2—London, United Kingdom
May 7—Manchester Arena—Manchester, United Kingdom
May 11-12—The O2—Dublin, Ireland
May 14—Sportpaleis—Antwerp, Belgium
March 17—Hallenstadion—Zurich, Switzerland
May 18—Mediolanum Forum—Milan, Italy
May 20—Park And Suites Arena—Montpelier, France
May 22—Olympiahalle—Munich, Germany
May 24—O2 World—Berlin, Germany
May 25—National Stadium-Orange Warsaw Festival—Warsaw, Poland
May 27—Forum—Copenhagen, Denmark
May 28—Telenor Arena—Oslo, Norway
May 29—Ericsson Globe Arena—Stockholm, Sweden
June 28—BET Experience-Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
June 29—MGM Grand Garden Arena—Las Vegas, Nevada
July 2—HP Pavilion At San Jose—San Jose, California
July 5—Chesapeake Energy Arena—Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
July 6—American Airlines Center—Dallas, Texas
July 9—BB&T Center—Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
July 10—American Airlines Arena—Miami, Florida
July 12—Gwinnett Center—Atlanta, Georgia
July 13—Bridgestone Arena—Nashville, Tennessee
July 15—Toyota Center—Houston, Texas
July 17—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
July 18—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
July 20—The Palace Of Auburn Hills—Detroit, Michigan
July 21—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
July 22—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
July 23—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
July 25—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 26—Boardwalk Hall—Atlantic City, New Jersey
July 27—Time Warner Cable Arena—Charlotte, North Carolina
July 29—Verizon Center—Washington, DC
Aug. 2—Mohegan Sun—Uncasville, Connecticut
Aug. 3—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York

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