On the heels of her Super Bowl halftime show that possibly took out the lights at New Orleans’ Superdome, Beyonce has announced a 46-date world tour, dubbed The Mrs. Carter Show. The tour kicks off in Europe. Beyonce will perform the first show in Belgrade, Serbia on April 15 and then tour the continent through the end of May. After a monthlong break, Mrs. Carter picks things up again in the States. She will play 22 shows in North America, beginning June 28 at the Stapes Center in Los Angeles, Calif. She will wrap things up at home in New York City at the house that Mr. Carter helped build, aka Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Aug. 3. News of the “Love on Top” singer’s tour prematurely leaked earlier this weekend via Live Nation’s UK website, and new tunes from Beyonce are also rumored to be on the horizon. Check out the full complete list of Beyonce’s tour dates below the Mrs. Carter Show trailer.
THE MRS. CARTER SHOW WORLD TOUR
EUROPE APRIL 15: KOMBANK ARENA, SERBIA, BELGRADE APRIL 17: ARENA ZAGREB, CROATIA, ZAGREB APRIL 19: SLOVNAFT ARENA, SLOVAKIA, BRATISLAVA APRIL 22: ZIGGO DOME, HOLLAND, AMSTERDAM APRIL 24: PALAIS OMNISPORTS DE PARIS-BERCY, FRANCE, PARIS APRIL 25: PALAIS OMNISPORTS DE PARIS-BERCY, FRANCE, PARIS APRIL 26: LG ARENA, UNITED KINGDOM, BIRMINGHAM APRIL 29: THE O2, UNITED KINGDOM, LONDON APRIL 30: THE O2, UNITED KINGDOM, LONDON MAY 01: THE O2, UNITED KINGDOM, LONDON MAY 03: THE O2, UNITED KINGDOM, LONDON MAY 07: MANCHESTER ARENA, UNITED KINGDOM, MANCHESTER MAY 11: THE O2, IRELAND, DUBLIN MAY 12: THE O2, IRELAND, DUBLIN MAY 14: SPORTPALEIS, BELGIUM, ANTWERP MAY 17: HALLENSTADION, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND MAY 18: MEDIOLANUM FORUM, ITALY, MILAN MAY 20: PARK & SUITES ARENA, FRANCE, MONTPELLIER MAY 22: OLYMPIAHALLE, GERMANY, MUNICH MAY 24: O2 WORLD, GERMANY, BERLIN MAY 25: NATIONAL STADIUM, WARSAW, POLAND MAY 27: FORUM, DENMARK, COPENHAGEN MAY 28: TELENOR ARENA, NORWAY, OSLO MAY 29: ERICSSON GLOBE ARENA, SWEDEN, STOCKHOLM NORTH AMERICA JUNE 28: STAPLES CENTER, LOS ANGELES, CA JUNE 29: MGM GRAND GARDEN ARENA, LAS VEGAS, NV JULY 2: HP PAVILION, SAN JOSE, CA JULY 5: CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK JULY 6: AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER, DALLAS, TX JULY 9: BB&T CENTER, FT. LAUDERDALE, FL JULY 10: AMERICAN AIRLINES ARENA, MIAMI, FL JULY 12: GWINNETT CENTER, ATLANTA, GA JULY 13: BRIDGESTONE ARENA, NASHVILLE, TN JULY 15: TOYOTA CENTER, HOUSTON, TX JULY 17: UNITED CENTER, CHICAGO, IL JULY 18: XCEL ENERGY CENTER, ST. PAUL, MN JULY 20: THE PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS, DETROIT, MI JULY 21: AIR CANADA CENTRE, CANADA, TORONTO, ON JULY 22: BELL CENTRE, CANADA, MONTREAL, QC JULY 23: TD GARDEN, BOSTON, MA JULY 25: WELLS FARGO CENTER, PHILADELPHIA, PA JULY 26: BOARDWALK HALL, ATLANTIC CITY, NJ JULY 27: TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA, CHARLOTTE, NC JULY 29: VERIZON CENTER, WASHINGTON, DC AUGUST 2: MOHEGAN SUN, UNCASVILLE, CT AUGUST 3: BARCLAYS CENTER, BROOKLYN, NY
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