Beyoncé's 'Mrs Carter' world tour captured in new HBO series

Ten-part series 'Beyonce: X10' begins on June 22

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Beyonce is to be the subject of a new 10-part HBO series tracking her recent world tour.

Beyonce: X10 will follow the Mrs Carter World Tour and will air on Sunday evenings in America from June 22. The series marks the second time Beyonce has worked with HBO, having previously screened 2013 documentary Life Is But A Dream on the network.

The Mrs. Carter World Tour began in Serbia in April 2013 and finished 11 months later in March 2014 with a date in Portugal. The live show came to Britain in February 2014. Performances confirmed for Beyonce: X10 include recent singles 'XO' and 'Drunk In Love' plus fan favourites 'Baby Boy' and 'Diva'.

Meanwhile, Beyoncé and Jay Z recently announced the first European dates for their join 'On The Run' tour. The tour is set to take place in the US this summer with the couple also set to play two nights at the Stade de France in Paris on September 12 and 13.

To check the availability of Beyonce and Jay Z tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.


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