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In case you missed the first commercial following the Super Bowl 50 halftime performance, Beyoncé has announced a tour of the United States and Western Europe to commence this spring. Unfortunately, Bey will not be hitting the Alamo City, but she will be performing in Houston and Dallas, her only two Texas dates. So, in case you're keeping track here, the metropolis that is 200 miles away will be the closest that the current Queen of Pop will be to us, and as it is also her hometown, expect the show to be packed and for Ms. Knowles-Carter to be in top form.
On Saturday, Yoncé also released her new single "Formation," garnering criticism from stuffy, conservative fools for its depictions of New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, the Black Lives Matter campaign and police brutality.
Below are the dates for her "Formation" Tour. Tickets for the tour are currently only available to American Express cardholders but regular ticket sales begin via Ticketmaster on Tuesday, February 16, with speculation that they will range in price from $65-$300.
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
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