New Dates Confirmed This Fall For Canada, Mexico, Latin America, The Caribbean and the US – Tickets on Sale Beginning Monday, July 1
‘A masterclass in performance’ ‘Two hours of uplifting escapism’ – Will Hodgkinson, The Times, UK
‘The concert had the air of an ancient goddess worship ceremony. Beyonce was compelling to watch, and often blistering in her vocal attack.’ – Bernadette McNulty, The Daily Telegraph, UK
NEW YORK, June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — THE MRS. CARTER SHOW WORLD TOUR starring BEYONCE is extending its successful global run with additional dates, just confirmed. The tour dates will include performances in Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and over a dozen US cities. Tickets for the newly announced shows go on-sale starting Monday, July 1. The North American tour, promoted by Live Nation Global Touring and produced by Parkwood Entertainment, kicks off on Friday, June 28 in Los Angeles.
THE MRS. CARTER SHOW WORLD TOUR starring BEYONCE, the Biggest Tour of 2013, with its explosive special effects and intricate, strobe-laden light show, is an artistic triumph and the entertainer’s most ambitious undertaking to date. It is bigger in scope than any of her previous shows, fittingly designed for the vastness of arenas and stadiums. For an exclusive look at this spectacular live show featuring footage from the European leg in broadcast quality format click here: http://bit.ly/BeyonceTrailer
Sponsored by Pepsi, Coty and MasterCard, tickets for the added North American dates, will be available starting Monday, July 1, 2013 at 10:00AM/EDT at LiveNation.com. A special pre-sale for registered members of Beyonce’s BeyHive Blog will begin at 10:00AM/EDT in select markets on Wednesday, June 26. Fans can go to Beyonce.com to sign up now for the chance to be the first to purchase tickets. MasterCard pre-sales start Thursday, June 27 at 10:00AM/EDT in select markets. A complete list of tour dates, and on-sale information are provided in the itineraries below. (FOR THE FULL BEYONCE ITINERARY CLICK NEXT)
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