Beyonce to play two shows at London's O2 Arena

Singer announces full European tour

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Beyonce has announced details of a European tour starting next April.

Several UK dates are included, including two shows at London's O2 Arena.

As well as London, the singer, who recently released her new album 'I Am...Sasha Fierce', will call at Birmingham, Manchester and Belfast in the UK.

The 23-date tour kicks off in Zagreb on April 26.

Beyonce plays the following dates:

Zagreb Arena (26 April)
Vienna Stadthalle (28)
Budapest Arena (29)
Prague O2 (30)
Rotterdam Ahoy (May 2)
Paris Bercy (5)
Strasbourg Zenith (6)
Antwerp Sportpalais (7)
Berlin 02 (8)
Herning MCH Arena (10)
Gothenburg Scandinavium (11)
Stockholm Globen (13)
Koln Arena (15)
Zurich Hallenstadion (16)
Lisbon Atlantico (18)
Madrid Palacio Desportes (19)
Barcelona Palau St Jordi (20)
Birmingham NIA (23)
London The 02 (25, 26)
Manchester MEN (27)
Dublin The O2 (29)
Belfast Odyssey Arena (31)

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