Beyoncé has followed her half-time performance at the Super Bowl with news of a world tour The “Mrs Carter Show.”

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Beyonce, 31, starts in Belgrade on April 15 and will do 24 stops in Europe through May 29. After taking a month-long break, she’ll kick off the tour in North America, starting June 28 in Los Angeles, while finishing off on August 3 at husband Jay-Z’s Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York.

She’s accepting RSVP’s now.

Check the following dates below for your city:

April 15: Belgrade, Serbia / 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, CA / 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 / 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

 

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