Beyoncé's 'Formation World Tour' Sells Nearly 1 Million Tickets

  /  02.17.2016

The BeyHive is buzzing. Only three people showed up to an anti-Beyoncé rally yesterday, but almost one million people have already purchased “Formation World Tour” tickets. Over the weekend, Queen Bey sold out venues across the globe and now she’s added new tour dates due to high demand.

So far, “Formation” shows overseas are sold out in London, Sunderland, Manchester, Amsterdam, and Stockholm. The same can be said for dates in the States. Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, New York City, and Baltimore are also sold out.

Since tickets are selling so quickly, additional shows have been added at London’s Wembley Stadium and Chicago’s Soldier Field, according to a press release.

Tickets for Chicago’s May 28 show are set to go on sale Feb. 25, with an advance purchase for BeyHive members on Feb. 17 at 10 a.m. American Express card holders will also get to purchase tickets on Feb. 17 at noon.

Tickets for the July 3 London set are scheduled to go on sale Feb. 23 at 9 a.m. BeyHive members will get a chance to cop them Feb. 17 at 9 a.m. and American Express card holders will get to purchase them Feb. 17 at noon.

This will be Queen Bey’s first solo tour since 2013’s “Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.” In 2014, she hit the road with her husband Jay Z for their “On the Run Tour,” which later became an HBO special.

The “Formation World Tour” is set to begin April 27 in Miami and is scheduled to wrap July 31 in Brussels. More dates can be found here.


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