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Beyoncé leaves Super Bowl stage, announces world tour

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Leave it up to Beyoncé to parlay a song and video release into a world tour.

For those that have been under a rock for the last day or so, in under 24 hours Queen Bey dropped a new single and video called “Formation,” then performed the song in all its unadulterated blackness on the world’s largest stage during halftime of Super Bowl 50, and then announced plans for a world tour before the game’s second half kick-off could commence.

It looks as though Pepsi believed they were sponsoring a halftime show for the Super Bowl when in actuality it turned out to be an open rehearsal for the upcoming Formation World Tour.

The soon to be sold out tickets go on sale Monday, February 15 in Europe and Tuesday, February 16 in North America, but of course members of the infamous #BeyHive will get first dibs on tickets beginning as early as Tuesday, February 9.

Check out the dates for the Formation World Tour below.

4/27 – Marlins Park – Miami, FL

4/29 – Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, FL

5/1 – Georgia Dome – Atlanta, GA

5/3 – Carter-Finley Stadium – Raleigh, NC

5/ 5 – Nissan Stadium – Nashville, TN

5/7 – NRG Stadium – Houston, TX

5/9 – AT&T Stadium – Dallas, TX

5/12 – Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego, CA

5/14 – Rose Bowl – Los Angeles, CA

5/16 – Levi’s Stadium – San Francisco, CA

5/18 – Century Link Field – Seattle, WA

5/20 – Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton, AB

5/23 – TCF Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN

5/25 – Rogers Centre – Toronto, ON

5/27 – Soldier Field – Chicago, IL

5/29 – Ford Field – Detroit, MI

5/31 – Heinz Field – Pittsburgh, PA

6/3 – Gillette Stadium – Boston, MA

6/5 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA

6/7 – Citi Field – New York, NY

6/10 – M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore, MD

6/12 – Hersheypark Stadium – Hershey, PA

6/28 -Stadium of Light – Sunderland, UK

6/30 – Millennium Stadium – Cardiff, UK

7/2 – Wembley Stadium – London, UK

7/5 – Emirates Old Trafford – Manchester, UK

7/7 – Hampden Park – Glasgow, UK

7/9 – Croke Park – Dublin, IE

7/12 – Espirit Arena – Dusseldorf, DE

7/14 – Letzigrund – Zurich, CH

7/16 – Arena – Amsterdam, NE

7/18 – Stadio San Siro – Milan, IT

7/21 – Stade de France – Paris, FR

7/24 – Parken – Copenhagen, DK

7/26 – Friends Arena – Stockholm, SE

7/29 – Commerzbank Arena – Frankfurt, DE

7/31 – Roi Boudoin – Brussels, BE