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Beyonce Eyes World Domination With Formation World Tour

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | February 08, 2016

Beyonce Eyes World Domination With Formation World Tour

Photo via Live Nation

Like an illuminating beam of brilliance, Beyonce descended upon the Super Bowl Sunday to save your respective parties from the dismay of the football doldrums.

Like a shining beacon of generosity, the 34-year-old performer also chose this week to announce that she would be taking her popular act on the road in a worldwide tour that will possibly end the global energy crisis. At the very least it should be a great time.

Details come thanks to a press release. The aptly titled Formation World Tour will commence with great frivolity on April 27 with European dates following in June.

Ah, but the date you really want to hear is the special day when you get to grab a couple of tickets.

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According to the release, you have until Monday, Feb. 15 to pinch your pennies enough to make it rain on what should be an unforgettable experience.

Beyhive members become part of the cool club by getting access to tickets starting on Feb. 9, however.

For those who neither enjoy football or a good time, you probably missed out on a fairly electric Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.

It starred Coldplay who then welcomed Bruno Mars and Beyonce into the proceedings:

The above will catch up any Super Bowl stragglers. However, the following video is how Beyonce announced the tour on YouTube:

The party starts in Miami, then makes its way to Tampa, Atlanta and Raleigh. In total it will touch down in 22 American cities before leaving across the pond for its European leg that starts on June 28 in Sunderland.

And, for those looking for last-minute Valentine’s gift ideas, American Express card members can also enter into the early-ticket fray along with Beyhive members starting on Feb. 9.

Like Wyld Stallyns, Beyonce is about to go forth and conquer history with her infectious music. 


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