Beyoncé announces ‘Formation’ world tour including UK and Ireland live dates

Singer will tour from April through to July

Beyonce has announced a world tour for later this year on the back of her Super Bowl half-time show appearance alongside Coldplay over the weekend.

The singer recently released her new single ‘Formation’, as well as unveiling its video, now confirming that her ‘Formation’ world tour will begin in North America in April.

Beyoncé will then play UK lives dates during June and July before more shows in Europe through to the end of July.


UK and Ireland dates include shows in London, Cardiff, Manchester, Glasgow, Dublin and Sunderland. Tickets go on sale next Tuesday (February 16). See the shows in full below.

Beyoncé’s UK and Ireland dates are as follows:

Sunderland, Stadium of Light (June 28)
Cardiff, Millennium Stadium (June 30)
London, Wembley Stadium (July 2)
Manchester, Emirates Old Trafford (July 5)
Glasgow, Hampden Park (July 7)
Dublin, Croke Park (July 9)

Beyoncé will play the following North American shows:

Miami, FL – Marlins Park (April 27)
Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium (April 29)
Atlanta, GA – Georgia Dome (May 1)
Raleigh, NC – Carter-Finley Stadium (May 3)
Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium (May 5)
Houston, TX – NRG Stadium (May 7)
Dallas, TX – AT&T Stadium (May 9)
San Diego, CA – Qualcomm Stadium (May 12)
Los Angeles, CA – Rose Bowl (May 14)
Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s Stadium (May 16)
Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field (May 18)
Edmonton, AB – Commonwealth Stadium (May 20)
Minneapolis, MN – TCF Bank Stadium (May 23)
Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre (May 25)
Chicago, IL – Soldier Field (May 27)
Detroit, MI – Ford Field (May 29)
Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Field (May 31)
Boston, MA – Gillette Stadium (June 3)
Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field (June 5)
New York, NY – Citi Field (June 7)
Baltimore, MD – M&T Bank Stadium (June 10)
Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium (June 12)


See the dates for Beyoncé’s European tour beneath:

Dusseldorf, Esprit Arena (July 12)
Zurich, Letzigrund (July 14)
Amsterdam, Arena (July 16)
Milan, Stadio San Siro (July 18)
Paris, Stade de France (July 21)
Copenhagen, Parken (July 24)
Stockholm, Friends Arena (July 26)
Frankfurt, Commerzbank Arena (July 29)
Brussels, Roi Boudoin (July 31)

Beyoncé has also released a trailer for the upcoming tour. Watch below.