Beyonce & Destiny?s Child gave the crowd a thrilling performance at the Super Bowl halftime show, and to follow up her stunning performance, Beyonc? has announced dates for her first multi-city tour in over three years, ?The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.? The international tour kicks off in Europe on April 15, with stops in 20 European cities, including Dublin, Ireland; Berlin, Germany; Paris, France, and a four-night stint at The 02 in London, U.K. The North American leg commences on June 28 in Los Angeles, traveling to over 20 cities throughout North America this summer, including Brooklyn, New York at the Barclays Center, Atlanta, Georgia, at the Gwinnett Center, Houston, Texas at the Toyota Center, Toronto, Ontario at Air Canada Centre, and Boston, Massachusetts at TD Garden. On June 28, Beyonc? returns to Los Angeles as part of the BET Experience At L.A. Live at the Staples Center. She is set to headline the first of the three-night STAPLES Concert series. She will also headline the world?s largest music festival, Rock in Rio, on September 13 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ?The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour? will mark her biggest tour yet and is slated to run for almost one year. More dates will be announced for Latin America, Australia, and Asia.
EUROPE April 15 ? Belgrade, Serbi ? Kombank Arena April 17 ? Zagreb, Croatia ? Arena Zagreb April 19 ? Bratislava, Slovakia ? Slovnaft Arena April 22 ? Amsterdam, Holland ? Ziggo Dome April 24 ? Paris, France ? Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy April 25 ? Paris, France ? Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy April 26 ? Birmingham, UK ? LG Arena April 29 ? London, UK ? The O2 April 30 ? London, UK ? The O2 May 1 ? London, UK ? The O2 May 3 ? London, UK ? The O2 May 7 ? Manchester, UK ? Manchester Arena May 11 ? Dublin, Ireland ? The O2 May 12 ? Dublin, Ireland ? The O2 May 14 ? Antwerp, Belgium ? Sportpaleis May 17 ? Zurich, Switzerland ? Hallenstadion May 18 ? Milan, Italy ? Mediolanum Forum May 20 ? Montpellier, France ? Park & Suites Arena May 22 ? Munich, Germany ? Olympiahalle May 24 ? Berlin, Germany ? O2 World May 25 ? Warsaw, Poland ? National Stadium?Orange Warsaw Festival May 27 ? Copenhagen, Denmark ? Forum May 28 ? Oslo, Norway ? Telenor Arena May 29 ? Stockholm, Sweden ? Ericsson Globe Arena
NORTH AMERICA June 28 ? Los Angeles ? BET Experience/Staples Center June 29 ? Las Vegas, NV ? MGM Grand Garden Arena July 2 ? San Jose, CA ? HP Pavilion at San Jose July 5 ? Oklahoma City, OK ? Chesapeake Energy Arena July 6 ? Dallas, TX ? American Airlines Center July 9 ? Ft. Lauderdale, FL ? BB&T Center July 10 ? Miami, FL ? American Airlines Arena July 12 ? Atlanta, GA ? The Arena @ Gwinnett Center July 13 ? Nashville, TN ? Bridgestone Arena July 15 ? Houston, TX ? Toyota Center July 17 ? Chicago, IL ? United Center July 18 ? St. Paul, MN ? Xcel Energy Center July 20 ? Detroit, MI ? The Palace of Auburn Hills July 21 ? Toronto, ON ? Air Canada Centre July 22 ? Montreal, QC ? Bell Centre July 23 ? Boston, MA ? TD Garden July 25 ? Philadelphia, PA ? Wells Fargo Center July 26 ? Atlantic City, NJ ? Boardwalk Hall July 27 ? Charlotte, NC ? Time Warner Cable Arena July 29 ? Washington, DC ? Verizon Center August 2 ? Uncasville, CT ? Mohegan Sun August 3 ? Brooklyn, NY ? Barclays Center