Beyoncé's Formation World Tour 2016: Dates, Cities, Tickets, Pre-Sales and More

Beyoncé's Formation World Tour 2016: Dates, Cities, Tickets, Pre-Sales and More

After rocking a leather bodysuit and stealing the Super Bowl 50 halftime show with a Black Panthers-themed performance, Beyoncé stopped the world once again, announcing her continent and stadium-spanning Formation World Tour. Shortly after, the musician's site was down and Ticketmaster was experiencing service issues, as her halftime performance and tour announcement were simply too much for the internet to handle. 

The hip-hop recording artist will travel through the United States, as well as several locations in Europe, from April 27 in Miami through July 31, where her tour will end in Brussels, Belgium. Beyoncé might be following in Rihanna's footsteps, who announced her Anti World Tour just before surprise releasing her rebellious eighth studio album. However, there still isn't any confirmation of a forthcoming album from Queen Bey, of course. 

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Beyoncé did, however, release each date and location for her next world tour. Time to start turning that album money into tour money. 

The Formation World Tour tickets will have a pre-sale through a number of exclusive sites and apps. American Express cardholders will be given access from Feb. 9 through Feb. 17. Live Nation is also offering a presale online and through their Live Nation Mobile App on Friday. The codes for those two Live Nation presales are "AWARDS" and "COVERT" respectively. 

Check out the Formation tour's stops and dates from TicketMaster below:

April 27: Miami, Florida — Marlins Park

April 29: Tampa, Florida — Raymond James Stadium

May 1: Atlanta, Georgia — Georgia Dome

May 3: Raleigh, North Carolina — Carter-Finley Stadium

May 5: Nashville, Tennessee — Nissan Stadium

May 7: Houston, Texas — NRG Stadium

May 9: Dallas, Texas — AT&T Stadium

May 12: San Diego, California — Qualcomm Stadium

May 14: Los Angeles, California — Rose Bowl

May 16: Santa Clara, California — Levi's Stadium

May 18: Seattle, Washington — CenturyLink Field

May 20: Edmonton, Alberta — Commonwealth Stadium

May 23: Minneapolis, Minnesota — TCF Bank Stadium

May 25: Toronto, Ontario — Rogers Centre

May 27: Chicago, Illinois — Soldier Field

May 29: Detroit, Michigan — Ford Field

May 31: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — Heinz Field

June 3: Boston, Massachusetts — Gillette Stadium

June 5: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Lincoln Financial Field

June 7: New York, New York — Citi Field

June 10: Baltimore, Maryland — M&T Bank Stadium

June 12: Hershey, Pennsylvania — Hersheypark Stadium

June 28: Sunderland, United Kingdom — Stadium of Light

June 30: Cardiff, United Kingdom — Millennium Stadium

July 2: London, United Kingdom — Wembley Stadium

July 5: Manchester, United Kingdom — Emirates Old Trafford

July 7: Glasgow, United Kingdom — Hampden Park

July 9: Dublin, Ireland — Croke Park

July 12: Düsseldorf, Germany — Esprit Arena

July 14: Zurich, Switzerland — Letzigrund

July 16: Amsterdam, Netherlands — Amsterdam Arena

July 18: Milan, Italy — Stadio San Siro

July 21: Paris, France — Stade de France

July 24: Copenhagen, Denmark — Parken

July 26: Stockholm, Sweden — Friends Arena

July 29: Frankfurt, Germany — Commerzbank-Arena

July 31: Brussels, Belgium — Roi Baudouin