[UPDATED:] Beyoncé Shocks World With The 2016 ‘Formation World Tour’ + Tour Dates



Beyhive are you ready?

Shortly after the Super Bowl, as the rumors have been going around about a “surprise” tour, Beyoncé does what she does best and shocks the world and breaks the internet yet ONCE again with the announcement of another world tour.

In a commercial following her performance with Bruno Mars and Coldplay, the ‘Formation World Tour‘ was formally announced. This has become the norm for Beyoncé regarding her tour announcements revolving around her Super Bowl performances, as her 2013 ‘Mrs. Carter Show World Tour‘ was revealed moments after she stepped off stage. This tour will be a bit different than her past solo shows, as she will solely be performing in stadiums, and not arenas, much like the ‘On The Run Tour‘ of 2014

Tickets for the new tour are to go on sale Tuesday, February 16th at 10 am, while pre-sales start on February 9th, which is THIS week. Check out the full concert dates below and see when she’s going to rock the house.


Beyoncé ‘Formation World Tour’ 2016 Dates:

Apr. 27 – Miami, FL., Marlins Park

Apr. 29 – Tampa, FL., Raymond James Stadium

May 1 – Atlanta, GA., Georgia Dome

May 3 – Raleigh, NC., Carter-Finley Stadium

May 5 – Nashville, TN., Nissan Stadium

May 7 – Houston, TX., NRG Stadium

May 9 – Dallas, TX., AT&T Stadium

May 12 – San Diego, CA., Qualcomm Stadium

May 14 – Los Angeles, CA., Rose Bowl

May 16 – Santa Clara, CA., Levi’s Stadium

May 18 – Seattle, WA., CenturyLink Field

May 20 – Edmonton, AB., Commonwealth Stadium

May 23 – Minneapolis, MN., TCF Bank Stadium

May 25 – Toronto, ON., Rogers Centre

May 27 – Chicago, IL., Soldier Field

May 28 – Chicago, IL., Soldier Field

May 31 – Pittsburgh, PA., Heinz Field

Jun. 3 – Boston, MA., Gillete Stadium

Jun. 5 – Philadelphia, PA., Lincoln Finanical Field

Jun. 7 – Flushing, NY., Citi Field

Jun. 7 – Flushing, NY., Citi Field

Jun. 10 – Baltimore, MD., M&T Bank Stadium

Jun. 12 – Hershey, PA., Hersheypark Stadium

Jun. 14 – Detroit, MI., Ford Field


International Leg


Jun. 28 – Sunderland, UK., Stadium of Light

Jun. 30 – Cardiff, UK., Millennium Stadium

Jul. 2 – London, UK., Wembley Stadium

Jul. 3 – London, UK., Wembley Stadium

Jul. 5 – Manchester, UK., Emirates Old Trafford

Jul. 7 – Glasgow, UK., Hampden Park

Jul. 9 – Dublin, IE., Croke Park

Jul. 12 – Dusseldorf, DE., Esprit Arena

Jul. 14 – Zurich, CH., Letzigrund

Jul. 16 – Amsterdam, NE., Arena

Jul. 18 – Milan, IT., Stadio San Siro

Jul. 21 – Paris, FR., Stade de France

Jul. 24 – Copenhagen, DK, Parken

Jul. 26 – Stockholm, SE., Friends Arena

Jul. 29 – Frankfurt, DE., Commerzbank Arena

Jul. 31 – Brussels, BE., Roi Boudioin


[Photo courtesy of Kevin Mazuer/Getty Images and Ticketmaster]

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