Previously the focal point of one of the biggest girl groups of all time, Beyoncé Knowles incredibly went onto achieve even more success as a solo artist, cementing her status as the leading lady of modern R&B. Born in Houston, Texas in 1981, Beyoncé began performing at the age of eight alongside her cousin Kelly Rowland in Girl’s Tyme, who appeared on Star Search before father Matthew took over as manager, changing both their line-up and name to Destiny’s Child in the process. After achieving minor success with 1998’s self-titled debut, the group went onto rival TLC as America’s premier all-girl R&B outfit, eventually shifting 15 million copies of both 1999 follow-up, The Writing’s On The Wall and 2001’s Survivor.
Beyoncé then began to branch out on her own, appearing in Carmen: A Hip Hopera, The Fighting Temptations and Austin Powers in Goldmember, whilst also releasing her first solo single, “Work It Out,” for the latter’s soundtrack. But after hooking up with then-boyfriend Jay-Z on “’03 Bonnie & Clyde” and US number one, “Crazy In Love,” in 2003, she truly became a superstar in her own right when solo debut, Dangerously In Love, sailed to the top of the charts and picked up five Grammy Awards. Beyoncé tickets then went on sale for several European dates and a joint Verizon Ladies First tour alongside Alicia Keys and Missy Elliot before she reunited with Destiny’s Child for 2004 swansong, Destiny Fulfilled. In 2006, she teamed up with Jay-Z again for “Déjà Vu,” the lead single to No.1 sophomore, B’Day, and following two Golden Globe nominations for her role in Dreamgirls, embarked on her first major world tour, The Beyoncé Experience.
After marrying Jay-Z in 2008, she continued her run of Billboard chart-toppers with third album, I Am…Sasha Fierce, released the now iconic video to “Single Ladies” and earned critical acclaim for her performance as Etta James in Cadillac Records before sales of Beyoncé tickets for the I Am… World Tour grossed nearly $120m. At the 2010 Grammy Awards, she set the record for the most wins by a female artist, collecting six gongs including Song of the Year and Best Contemporary R&B Album, just weeks after scoring a sixth US Hot 100 No.1 with Lady Gaga collaboration, “Telephone.”
A year later, she became only the third artist to debut at the top spot with their first four albums with 4 and headlined Glastonbury before taking a break to give birth to Blue Ivy Carter in 2012. In 2013, she performed the National Anthem at President Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony, won rave reviews for her Super Bowl half-time show and released Beyoncé tickets for The Mrs Carter Show World Tour. In 2014 she teamed up with Jay-Z for a joint run of shows dubbed the "On the Run" Tour, which grossed record numbers in ticket sales. Following her performance at Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium, the beloved singer announced the "Formation" World Tour, which will have playing 22 stadium shows in North America between April and June before hitting 15 arenas in Europe through the end of July.
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6-9-16: Just three more shows remain on the docket for Beyoncé on the first North American leg of her Formation World Tour. The singer will play M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Friday before hitting Hersheypark Stadium Sunday and concluding at Ford Field on Tuesday. Over that time, the average resale price for Beyoncé tickets is $249.35.
6-2-16: Seven more dates remain on the first North American leg of Beyoncé's Formation World Tour. The larger-than-life pop singer is slated to play Gillette Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field and Citi Field in New York City twice over the next week. Between all four of those gigs, her most expensive show comes at Citi Field on June 7, where tickets are averaging $481.67 and the get-in price starts from $126.
5-26-16: Soldier Field Stadium will welcome Beyoncé for back-to-back shows on Friday and Saturday. Her Saturday night gig will be the cheaper of the pair, with tickets currently averaging $172.50 and the get-in price starting from $53 on the secondary market. The pop singer then takes her Formation World Tour to Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Tuesday before playing Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts next Friday.
5-16-16: Levi's Stadium, CenturyLink Field and Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton are all on the docket for Beyoncé over the next week. The most expensive show of the group comes at Levi's Stadium on Monday, where Beyoncé tickets at Levi's Stadium currently average $299.58 and the cheapest ticket is listed from $92. Conversely, the Edmonton gig on Friday is the cheapest of the bunch at an average price of $117.61 and a $18 get-in price.
5-7-16: Beyoncé will officially return to her native Houston tonight when she plays NRG Stadium. The average resale price for Beyoncé tickets in Houston is now $324.57 and the get-in price starts from $114. She'll then play AT&T Stadium in Dallas on Monday, where tickets are averaging $252.63 and the cheapest ticket is listed from $43.
4-27-16: The day is officially here - Beyoncé will begin her highly anticipated Formation World Tour in Miami tonight. She'll hit Marlins Ballpark, where Beyoncé tickets in Miami are currently averaging $303.80 and the get-in price is $38. The Formation World Tour will run in the U.S. and Canada over two separate legs, with her first leg wrapping in the middle of June and the second stretch being held between September and October.
2-17-16: After selling nearly 1 million tickets over her first week of sales, Beyoncé has announced additional shows at Soldier Field in Chicago and Wembley Stadium in London. The beloved singer will embark on her Formation World Tour beginning on April 27 at Marlins Park in Miami and will conclude the North American stretch of dates on June 12 at Hersheypark Stadium in Pennsylvania. The European leg kicks off on June 28 at Sunderland's Stadium of Light and wraps on July 31 at Roi Boudoin in Brussels.
2-7-16: Just mere minutes after rocking Super Bowl 50 with Coldplay and Bruno Mars, Beyoncé revealed plans for a massive world tour this summer. The beloved singer will embark on the "Formation" World Tour in April, making 22 stadium stops across the U.S. and Canada through June before heading overseas for 15 shows in Europe in June and July. Beyoncé tickets will be made available via an exclusive American Express pre-sale on Tuesday, February 9 at 12 p.m. before going on sale to the general public on Tuesday, February 16 at 10 a.m. View the complete list of Beyoncé tour dates in the "Schedule" tab above, which also includes all European dates.
8-8-14: The North American leg of the On the Run Tour has concluded after Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s final U.S. show at AT&T Park on Wednesday. The couple will travel to Paris for two dates at the Stade de France on September 12 and 13 to finish one of the highest-grossing tours of all-time.
8-6-14: Jay-Z and Beyoncé will play their second show at AT&T Park in San Francisco tonight. The On the Run Tour makes its final U.S. stop at the famous ballpark and has just two more dates remaining in Paris at the Stade de France next month.
8-4-14: The North American leg of the On the Run Tour will come to a close this week when Jay-Z and Beyoncé play two dates at San Francisco’s AT&T Park. The couple will play the stadium on Tuesday and Wednesday and will then take a month intermission before heading to Paris to play the Stade de France for two dates in September.
8-1-14: The On the Run Tour makes its way to the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles this weekend. Jay-Z and Beyoncé will play back-to-back shows at the California venue on Sunday and Monday night. The couple then travels to AT&T Park in San Francisco for two shows next week, wrapping the North American leg of their tour.
7-30-14: Beyoncé and Jay-Z will take their On the Run Tour to Safeco Field in Seattle tonight. The couple has five more U.S. dates remaining and is set to play two shows each at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA this weekend and AT&T Stadium in San Francisco next week.
7-28-14: The On the Run Tour heads to
the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA this weekend for back-to-back dates on Saturday and Sunday. The tour has four more U.S. dates remaining before it travels to the Stade de France is Paris for two shows on September 12 and 13.
7-25-14:The On the Run Tour will travel to Winnipeg this Sunday for its final Canadian date when Jay-Z and Beyoncé play Investors Group Field. The couple then heads to Seattle on July 30 for a stop at Safeco Field.
7-23-14: Beyoncé and Jay-Z take their On the Run Tour to Soldier Field in Chicago tomorrow. The couple will then play their second and final Canadian date of tour when they head to Investors Group Field in Winnipeg on Sunday.
7-21-14: The On the Run Tour heads to Dallas tomorrow when Jay-Z and Beyoncé play AT&T Stadium. The couple then travels to the Midwest on Thursday for a stop at Chicago’s Soldier Field. Eight U.S. dates remain on the couple’s tour.
7-18-14: Beyoncé and Jay-Z make their way to Minute Maid Park in Houston tonight as they continue their On the Run tour. The power couple will end their week when they travel to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday.
7-16-14: Beyoncé will play her next show at Houston’s Minute Maid Park on Friday. The average price for July 18 Beyoncé tickets is currently $240.08 with a get-in price of $114. The pop singer then closes out her week at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday.
7-14-14: Beyoncé continues her On the Run Tour on Tuesday when she plays the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The singer and husband Jay-Z have 10 U.S. shows remaining before playing two nights at the Stade de France in Paris in mid-September to conclude their joint tour.
7-11-14: Beyoncé will play two dates at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford this weekend. The singer will play back-to-back days tonight and tomorrow before heading to Atlanta to play the Georgia Dome on July 15.
7-9-14: With the On the Run Tour in full swing, Beyoncé and rapper husband Jay-Z head to the Rogers Centre in Toronto tonight. The sixth show on the 21-date tour, tonight’s stop in Toronto is the first of two Canadian dates the duo will play, with their second show being held on July 27 at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.
7-7-14: Beyoncé continues her On the Run Tour with husband Jay-Z this week. The couple is set to play M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore tonight and will head to Toronto’s Rogers Centre on Wednesday. Average price for the Baltimore show tonight is $284.18 with a get-in price of $100.
7-2-14: The On the Run Tour heads to Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on July 5. Power couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé will make their fourth stop of tour in the City of Brotherly Love. They then travel to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on July 7.
6-30-14: Beyoncé brings the On the Run Tour with rapper and husband Jay-Z to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA tomorrow. The singer recently kicked off her mammoth joint tour with Jay-Z last week and is scheduled to play 19 more shows through September.
6-27-14: Beyoncé continues her On the Run Tour with Jay-Z this weekend when the power couple plays the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati Saturday. Average price for their weekend show is currently $220 with a get-in price of $64.
6-25-14: Beyoncé begins her long-awaited On the Run Tour with husband Jay-Z tonight at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami. The tour is scheduled to run for 21 dates over 17 venues and will end on September 13 at the Stade de France in Paris.
6-23-14: Beyoncé gears up for her On the Run Tour with husband Jay-Z that is set to begin Wednesday at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Average price for the June 25 show is currently $130.55 with get-in price going for as low as $13.
6-20-14: Beyoncé begins her On the Run Tour next Wednesday at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Average price for the opening night of her tour is $155 with a get-in price of $43. She will then head to the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati next Saturday to close out the week.
6-18-14: Beyoncé made headlines earlier this week after ticket sales for her upcoming On the Run Tour have been less impressive than anticipated. Ticketmaster, the primary source for tickets to the tour, still has over 11,000 tickets available for select dates, including her July 11 show at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
6-16-14: Beyoncé has announced two Paris dates for her upcoming On the Run Tour with rapper and husband Jay-Z. The power duo is scheduled to play the Stade de France on September 12 and 13 after wrapping up a North American leg that ends at AT&T Park in San Francisco August 6.
6-10-14: Beyoncé gears up for the North American leg of her On the Run Tour that will run from June 25-August 6. The pop diva will be co-headlining the tour with husband Jay-Z as the power couple is scheduled to play 18 shows over the six-week span.
6-6-14: Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s On the Run Tour will run for 18 shows starting June 25. The power couple will make their first stop in Miami and hit two Canadian dates in Toronto and Winnipeg in July. The tour will close out with back-to-back dates at AT&T Park in San Francisco August 5 and 6.
6-4-14: Beyoncé’s opening show for her On the Run Tour at Sun Life Stadium in Miami continues to drop on the secondary market. The June 25 show has an average price of $192, the lowest of the tour, and a get-in price of $66.
6-2-14: Fans looking for the cheapest seat during Beyoncé’s upcoming “On the Run Tour” with Jay-Z will find them at her opening show at Sun Life Stadium on June 25.
Average price for the Miami show is $202 with tickets starting as low as $70.
5-30-14: Tickets for Beyoncé’s July 11 show at MetLife Stadium will go on sale for her fan club members June 2 at 8 p.m. The pop superstar begins her On the Run Tour with husband Jay-Z on June 28 and continues through the U.S. and Canada until early August.
5-28-14: In less than a month, Beyoncé will begin her “On the Run Tour” with husband Jay-Z. The 18-show tour kicks off June 25 at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami and will wrap on August 6 at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
5-22-14: Beyoncé fans can’t get enough of her “Run” teaser trailer she created with husband Jay-Z. Fans love the four-minute flick so much that they have urged hip-hop’s royal couple to pursue a full-length feature film. Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s “On the Run Tour” begins next month.
5-21-14: After Beyoncé released a teaser trailer for her upcoming “On the Run Tour” last week, fans have petitioned for a full-length movie. Beyoncé will begin her tour with Jay-Z on June 25 and will travel the U.S. through early August.
5-20-14: Beyoncé released a star-studded trailer to promote her upcoming “On the Run Tour” with husband Jay-Z late last week. The tour will start on June 25 at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami and will run over 18 dates until August 6 when it wraps up at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
5-16-14: Beyoncé tickets on the secondary market for her On the Run tour with husband Jay-Z are now cheapest for her July 20 show at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Tickets start at just $68 to see the power couple play the Superdome in July.
5-14-14: Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z made headlines after a video of the pop princess’s sister hitting Jay-Z in an elevator after the Met Gala last week was released to the public. Amidst controversy, the musical couple was spotted at both home Brooklyn Nets game this week.
5-13-14: Beyoncé, along with husband Jay-Z announced two new tour dates today.They will now be performing a second show at the Rose Bowl on 8/3 and a second show at San Francisco's AT&T Park on August 6th.
5-12-14: Beyoncé sat courtside with husband Jay-Z during Game 3 of the Nets-Heat series at the Barclays Center Saturday night. The power couple announced their “On the Run” tour earlier this month, which is set to run throughout the summer over 16 dates.
5-9-14: After announcing her “On the Run Tour” with co-headliner and husband Jay-Z, Beyoncé will play 16 shows around the U.S. this summer. Tickets on the secondary market are still cheapest for her opening show June 25 at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami.
5-7-14: Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s “On the Run Tour” will make its first stop at Sun Life Stadium in Miami on June 25. The opening date of the couple’s 16-show tour will be the cheapest of the tour, with secondary market prices averaging at just $73.
4-28-14: Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z have just announced a summer tour to rival that of Eminem and Rihanna. The power couple's “On The Run” tour will hit many of the same stadiums as The Monster Tour and the Where We Are tour, including MetLife stadium in the New York City area, and the Rose Bowl in California.
Beyoncé Tour Dates
Beyonce 2016 Formation World Tour
Wed. April 27 Miami, FL, Marlins Park
Fri. April 29 Tampa Raymond James Stadium
Sun. May 1 Atlanta, GA Georgia Dome
Tue. May 3 Raleigh, NC Carter-Finley Stadium
Thu. May 5 Nashville, TN Nissan Stadium
Sat. May 7 Houston, TX NRG Stadium
Mon. May 9 Dallas, TX AT&T Stadium
Thu. May 12 San Diego, CA Qualcomm Stadium
Sat. May 14 Los Angeles, CA Rose Bowl
Mon. May 16 Santa Clara, CA Levi’s Stadium
Wed. May 18 Seattle, WA CenturyLink Field
Fri. May 20 Edmonton, AB Commonwealth Stadium
Mon. May 23 Minneapolis, MN TCF Bank Stadium
Wed. May 25 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre
Fri. May 27 Chicago, IL Soldier Field
Sun. May 29 Detroit, MI Ford Field
Tue. May 31 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Field
Fri. June 3 Boston, MA Gillette Stadium
Sun. June 5 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field
Tue. June 7 New York, NY Citi Field
Fri. June 10 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium
Sun. June 12 Hershey, PA Hersheypark Stadium
Tue. June 28 Sunderland, UK Stadium of Light
Thu. June 30 Cardiff, UK Millennium Stadium
Sat. July 2 London, UK Wembley Stadium
Tue. July 5 Manchester, UK Emirates Old Trafford
Thu. July 7 Glasgow, UK Hampden Park
Sat. July 9 Dublin, IE Croke Park
Tue. July 12 Dusseldorf, DE Esprit Arena
Thu. July 14 Zurich, CH Letzigrund
Sat. July 16 Amsterdam, NE Arena
Mon. July 18 Milan, IT Stadio San Siro
Thu. July 21 Paris, FR Stade de France
Sun. July 24 Copenhagen, DK Parken
Tue. July 26 Stockholm, SE Friends Arena
Fri. July 29 Frankfurt, DE Commerzbank Arena
Sun. July 31 Brussels, BE Roi Boudoin