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After her fiery performance at the Super Bowl Sunday night, Beyoncé has announced her first world tour since 2009. The tour will run through Europe this spring, and will open in the states with a show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on June 28.
The Los Angeles Times reports the tour is currently named “The Mrs. Carter Show.”
The tour is part of the BET Experience weekend in L.A., which is a three-day expansion of the BET awards show featuring performances by many artists, including Erykah Badu, R. Kelly, and Snoop Dogg. Beyoncé will kick off the event with her concert.
The tour will support her upcoming album, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The album does not yet have a name or release date.
Fans can expect tour stops in practically every major European city, beginning in Serbia on April 15. The tour will end in Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center, where husband Jay-Z owns a stake.
Her full tour schedule and ticket information can be found on Beyoncé’s official website.