Beyoncé Uses Super Bowl 50 To Announce The Formation World Tour

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Beyoncé Uses Super Bowl 50 To Announce The Formation World Tour
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The summer 2016 tour will take her to stadiums worldwide, with the first date coming on April 27. Dates will be divided between North America and Europe and run through mid-July, with the full list below.
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April 27 — Miami, FL at Marlins Park
April 29 — Tampa, FL at Raymond James Stadium
May 1 — Atlanta, GA at Georgia Dome
May 3 — Raleigh, NC at Carter-Finley Stadium
May 5 — Nashville, TN at Nissan Stadium
May 7 — Houston, TX at NRG Stadium
May 9 — Dallas, TX at AT&T Stadium
May 12 — San Diego, CA at Qualcomm Stadium
May 14 — Los Angeles, CA at Rose Bowl
May 16 — San Francisco, CA at Levi's Stadium
May 18 — Seattle, WA at CenturyLink Field
May 20 — Edmonton, Alberta at Commonwealth Stadium
May 23 — Minneapolis, MN at TCF Bank Stadium
May 25 — Toronto, Ontario at Rogers Centre
May 27 — Chicago, IL at Soldier Field
May 29 — Detroit, MI at Ford Field
May 31 — Pittsburgh, PA at Heinz Field
June 3 — Boston, MA at Gillette Stadium
June 5 — Philadelphia, PA at Lincoln Financial Field
June 7 — New York, NY at Citi Field
June 10 — Baltimore, MD at M&T Bank Stadium
June 12 — Hershey, PA at Hersheypark Stadium


June 28 — Sunderland, U.K. at Stadium of Light
June 30 — Cardiff, U.K. at Millennium Stadium
July 2 — London, U.K. at Wembley Stadium
July 5 — Manchester, U.K. at Emirates Old Trafford
July 7 — Glasgow, U.K. at Hampden Park
July 9 — Dublin, Ireland at Croke Park
July 12 — Dusseldorf, Germany at Esprit Arena
July 14 — Zurich, Switzerland at Letzigrund
July 16 — Amsterdam, Netherlands at Arena
July 18 — Milan, Italy at Stadio San Siro
July 21 — Paris, France at Stade de France
July 24 — Copenhagen, Denmark at Parken
July 26 — Stockholm, Sweden at Friends Arena
July 29 — Frankfurt, Germany at Commerzbank-Arena
July 31 — Brussels, Belgium at Roi Baudouin

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