The mega star will perform live in several cities across the UK this summer.
See the mega star live on tour this summer as general sale tickets go on sale today. Can you take the (in) Formation?
Beyonce is getting ready to treat the world with her musical brilliance yet again. The means to achieve this end will be the new 2016 UK tour. General tickets for the show were available at 9 in the morning, and all of them have been swiftly sold out.
Several frustrated fans of the diva who were not able to get their hands on Beyonce tickets will be very pleased to know that some selected VIP packages for the tour are still available. These packages can be had from major ticketing facilities including viagogo and Ticketmaster. Needless to say, such privilege comes with a heavy price tag.
It is also obvious that some of the most ardent fans of the American pop singer will seek to watch their beloved star on other locations rather than in the UK. This is possible because general sale tickets for Paris and Dublin are still available. Beyonce tickets 2016 for these areas can be had without much ado.
In the United Kingdom, Beyonce will tour some of the major cities including Manchester, Cardiff, and Glasgow and of course, London. The diva will make these tours accompanied by her ‘Formation’ dancing troupe.
As per the schedule, the tour will start on 28th June at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland. The full dates and venues of the tour are as follows:
Dated for Beyonce’s 2016 UK Tour
June 28, 2016 – Sunderland
June 30, 2016 – Cardiff
July 02, 2016 – London
July 05, 2016 – Manchester
July 07, 2016 – Glasgow
The announcement of Beyonce UK tour 2016 was made right after her eye-dropping performance during the Super Bowl 2016 as well as the release of her new single ‘Formation’. Both have created a storm within the social media community.
Beyonce UK tour scheduled for this June will be the singer’s first performance here since Mrs. Carter Show World Tour almost three years ago in 2013. There will be a total of five shows by her in the UK, and one in Ireland spanning over 11 days.