Beyonce announces world tour after Super Bowl 50 performance

Beyonce will begin her wold tour in late April.

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Beyonce paid a special tribute to Michael Jackson and wowed America after her Super Bowl 50 halftime performance. 

Not long after, Beyonce announced that she would begin a World Tour in April kicking off in Miami. 

Beyonce’s Formation World Tour is as follows:

04-27 Miami, FL — Marlins Park

04-29 Tampa Bay, FL — Raymond James Stadium

05-01 Atlanta, GA — Georgia Dome

05-03 Raleigh, NC — Carter-Finley Stadium

05-05 Nashville, TN — Nissan Stadium

05-07 Houston, TX — NRG Stadium

05-09 Dallas, TX — AT&T Stadium

05-12 San Diego, CA — Qualcomm Stadium

05-14 Los Angeles, CA — Rose Bowl

05-16 Santa Clara, CA — Levi’s Stadium

05-18 Seattle, WA — CenturyLink Field

05-20 Edmonton, Alberta — Commonwealth Stadium

05-23 Minneapolis, MN — TCF Bank Stadium

05-25 Toronto, Ontario — Rogers Centre

05-27 Chicago, IL — Soldier Field

05-29 Detroit, MI — Ford Field

05-31 Pittsburgh, PA — Heinz Field

06-03 Boston, MA — Gillette Stadium

06-05 Philadelphia, PA — Lincoln Financial Field

06-07 New York, NY — Citi Field

06-10 Baltimore, MD — M&T Bank Stadium

06-12 Hershey, PA — Hersheypark Stadium

06-28 Sunderland, England — Stadium of Light

06-30 Cardiff, England — Millennium Stadium

07-02 London, England — Wembley Stadium

07-05 Manchester, England — Emirates Old Trafford

07-07 Glasgow, Scotland — Hampden Park

07-09 Dublin, Ireland — Croke Park

07-12 Dusseldorf, Germany — Esprit Arena

07-14 Zurich, Switzerland — Letzigrund

07-16 Amsterdam, Netherlands — Arena

07-18 Milan, Italy — Stadio San Siro

07-21 Paris, France — Stade de France

07-24 Copenhagen, Denmark — Parken

07-26 Stockholm, Sweden — Friends Arena

07-29 Frankfurt, Germany — Gommerzbank Arena

07-31 Brussels, Belgium — Roi Boudoin