Beyonce Tour News and Updates
Following her "MVP Super Bowl" halftime performance, Beyonce announced a World Tour — the Mrs. Carter Show. The 2013 tour includes 26 stops in North America and will open in Los Angeles at the Staples Center
June 28th following 24 shows in Europe (four at the O2 Arena). Beyonce tour dates in the States will include top venues such as MGM Grand
in Las Vegas (6/29), TD Garden
in Boston (7/23), and Barclays Center
in New York (8/3, 8/4, 8/5), where husband Jay-Z's former Brooklyn Nets team calls home. Beyonce New York tickets
are the priciest of any Mrs. Carter Show averaging $584 (8/4), $574 (8/3), and $436 (8/5)at Barclays Center. In comparison, Beyonce Los Angeles tickets
are averaging $336 for the Queen's December concert. Beyonce tickets went on sale to the general public February 11th and are averaging $306 on the secondary ticket market. Cheap Beyonce tickets are available for as low as $142.
Beyonce has not toured since her 2009 I am... World Tour. However, her schedule has not slowed down. Since, Beyonce gave birth to her first child, reunited with Destiny's Child to record "Nuclear," sang the National Anthem at President Obama's Inauguration, and directed her upcoming autobiographical documentary, Life is But a Dream. Beyonce won best Traditional R&B Performance for her song "Love on Top" at the 2013 Grammy Awards. She and Jay-Z, who won three awards himself at the show, now have 34 combined Grammys. To top off the successful night, Vogue announced that Beyonce Knowles (The Queen B) would be its March 2013 cover. Fans of her hugely popular collaboration with Jay-Z on “03 Bonnie & Clyde” can hear the sequel on Jay’s newest album, Magna Carta Holy Grail
. Released on 7/4, “Part II (On the Run)” picks up where the previous single left off over a decade ago.