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Beyoncé Tour Schedule
After lighting up the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, The one and only Beyoncé announced her plans for an extensive world tour. Beyoncé will hit the road in 2016 for the Formation World Tour in support of her latest album! The Formation Tour will begin April 27 in Miami, FL at the Marlins Ballpark. Beyoncé will be making stops in cities across the United States and Canada including Houston, Santa Clara, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Toronto and many more! Don't miss your chance to see this "Independent Women" live in concert! Beyoncé tickets will sell fast, secure yours before it's too late! Check out Beyoncé's schedule and buy your tickets today!
Beyoncé: Mrs. Carter Show World Tour
With the Presidential Inauguration and the Super Bowl already behind her, 2013 was the year of Beyoncé and 2014 was no different! Alongside Jay-Z the duo put on one of the most successful tours in history -- fans just can't wait to see what she'll do next!
Beyoncé Runs the World
Hot off the success of her last album, the sublime 4 and the hit singles "Run the World (Girls)" and "Best Thing I Never Had," a cameo on hubby Jay Z's Watch the Throne and the birth of beautiful Blue Ivy Carter, Beyoncé Knowles went back into the studio and completed two albums!
Beyoncé Tickets. Are You Sasha Fierce, Too?
Beyoncé Knowles - or simply Beyoncé, if you prefer - has emerged as one of Soul and R&B's most prolific personalities. Beyoncé is a true success story; the gifted and beautiful singer-songwriter has triumphed in multiple ventures; as a record producer, model, even an actor. However, most people love Beyoncé for her amazing voice. The mezzo-soprano of this Soul siren is truly what the fans want to hear. The singer born of an eclectic African-Native American-French mix was rasied in Houston, Texas by creative parents. Thanks to her background, Beyoncé was nurtured in the artistic spotlight from the moment she was born. In the opening lyrics of her song "Ego" she says, "Some women were made, but me, myself, I like to think that I was created." This is as much an acknowledgement of her heritage as her own destiny as an artist.
Beyoncé began her singing odyssey as a soloist in her school choir, but that famous Soul sound quickly took her to greener pastures. When she was just 8 years old, Beyoncé joined a dance-Rap group called Girl's Tyme. Her gift garnered praise and attention from Texas to California, and an R&B producer flew Girl's Tyme to his West coast recording studio where they were readied for an appearance on hit TV talent show Star Search. Girl's Tyme didn't win Star Search but they learned some lessons. Future Beyoncé concerts began to materialize in the destiny of this singing child. It seemed written in the stars that Beyoncé would shine and people would take notice.
Destiny's Child was indeed the name of Beyoncé's first group, taken from a book of the Bible. Destiny's Child enjoyed commercial success but it was marred somewhat by intra-group conflicts. Beyoncé's father had given up his job to become their manager which led to a break-up with her mother. All in all, the formation of Destiny's Child and Beyoncé early career were rocky!
Destiny's Child released Destiny Fulfilled in 2004, marking the end of their journey. Two chart topping hits, "Lose My Breath" and "Soldier" came from the album, and a final tour - Destiny Fulfilled...And Lovin' It. She also played glamorous pop star Xania in The Pink Panther with Steve Martin, and the movie went straight to Number One at the box office. This was followed by her dazzling Dream Girls performance, which earned her two Golden Globe nominations. Beyoncé's next album, B'Day was supposedly inspired by Diana Ross and her depiction of Dream Girls character Deena Jones was a searing new high for the Soul diva. Beyoncé's film flirtations spanned 2005 - 2006, but 2007 brought Beyoncé out on the road again. She was now on track to become one of the biggest Soul singers of our times.
The customary Beyoncé tour followed her third studio album, I Am… Sasha Fierce, in November, 2008. "Sasha Fierce" is Beyoncé's alter-ego, a persona she inhabits during live performances. "I have someone else that takes over when it's time for me to work and when I'm on stage," she on ce explained. "This alter ego that I've created kind of protects me and who I really am." It was said that the album was recorded in the same mold as Beyoncé's portrayal of blues singer Etta James in the film Cadillac Records. That performance received adulation from hardened critics.
Along the way we've seen Beyoncé blend R&B with other genres including funk, pop, soul and "bubblegum"-style dance music, and her latest albums 4 an the self-titled Beyoncé spa from classic Soul to avant-garde hip hop. The surprise release of her last album caught the world pleasantly off-guard and cameos by Jay Z and Drake along with cutting-edge production by Timbaland have kept Queen 'Yonce secure on the throne.