Well, Bey, you did it. You stole what little thunderAnti had, blew Coldplay out of the water, started a dialogue about race, gender, Katrina and capitalism, and now you're taking the show on the road.
That's right, Beyhive, your queen is going on tour again, marking the fifth consecutive year Beyoncé has been shaming every other live act in the game.
As is her custom, Bey announced the tour after the Super Bowl which reportedly caused her website to crash— another in a long line of Beysasters, dating back to her original blackout-inducing Super Bowl performance of 2013.
The 40-city tour will start in Miami, Florida on April 27 with tickets going on sale Monday, February 15 in Europe and Tuesday, February16 in North America. Pre-sale tickets go on sale tomorrow, February 9.
Continuing in her recent philanthropic efforts, Bey also announced that she's partnering with United Way of Genesee County and the Community Foundation of Greater Flint "to create a fund that will address long-term developmental, education, nutrition and health needs of the children affected by the Flint Water Crisis."
You're slayin' 'em, Bey.
Beyoncé is coming…Get ready for THE FORMATION WORLD TOUR this spring! More info here: http://livemu.sc/FORMATIONWORLDTOUR
Wed. April 27 Miami, FL, Marlins Park Fri. April 29 Tampa, FL, Raymond James Stadium Sun. May 1 Atlanta, GA, Georgia Dome Tue. May 3 Raleigh, NC, Carter-Finley Stadium Thu. May 5 Nashville, TN, Nissan Stadium Sat. May 7 Houston, TX, NRG Stadium Mon. May 9 Dallas, TX, AT&T Stadium Thu. May 12 San Diego, CA, Qualcomm Stadium Sat. May 14 Los Angeles, CA, Rose Bowl Mon. May 16 Santa Clara, CA, Levi’s Stadium Wed. May 18 Seattle, WA, CenturyLink Field Fri. May 20 Edmonton, AB, Commonwealth Stadium Mon. May 23 Minneapolis, MN, TCF Bank Stadium Wed. May 25 Toronto, ON, Rogers Centre Fri. May 27 Chicago, IL, Soldier Field Sun. May 29 Detroit, MI, Ford Field Tue. May 31 Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Field Fri. June 3 Boston, MA, Gillette Stadium Sun. June 5 Philadelphia, PA, Lincoln Financial Field Tue. June 7 New York, NY, Citi Field Fri. June 10 Baltimore, MD, M&T Bank Stadium Sun. June 12 Hershey, PA, Hersheypark Stadium