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Beyoncé Takes On The World

10:01 AM Monday 2/4/13 |   |

The Super Bowl halftime superstar announces a world trek beginning in Europe in April and North America in late June.  Stops include two nights in Paris and Dublin, four in London and single nights in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston and Atlantic City.

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    Performing during the halftime show of Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.  
    February 3, 2013

    (Mark Humphrey/AP Photo)

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With a nod to her famous hubby, the Beyoncé’s adventure is entitled “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Starring Beyoncé” and marks her first multi-city outing in more than three years.

Jay-Z’s better half will also perform at the world’s largest music festival  – Sept. 13 at Brazil’s “Rock In Rio.”

Promoted by Live Nation and scheduled to take up most of the year, the newly announced dates represent the first round of scheduled shows. Yet to be revealed are dates for Latin America, Australia and Asia.

The first night of her North American leg takes place when she plays the first of the three-night BET Experience At L.A. Live at Staples Center June 28.

Here’s the plan:

Europe
April 15 – Belgrade, Serbia, Kombank Arena
April 17 – Zagreb, Croatia, Arena Zagreb
April 19 – Bratislava, Slovakia, Slovnaft Arena
April 22 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
April 24 – Paris, France, Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
April 25 – Paris, France, Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
April 26 – Birmingham, United Kingdom, LG Arena
April 29 – London, United Kingdom, The O2 – London
April 30 – London, United Kingdom, The O2 – London
May 1 – London, United Kingdom, The O2 – London
May 3 – London, United Kingdom, The O2 – London
May 7 – Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Arena
May 11 – Dublin, Ireland, The O2 Dublin
May 12 – Dublin, Ireland, The O2 Dublin
May 14 – Merksem, Belgium, Sportpaleis Antwerpen
May 17 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion Zurich
May 18 – Assago, Italy, Mediolanum Forum
May 20 – Montpellier, France, Park & Suites Arena
May 22 – Munich, Germany, Olympiahalle
May 24 – Berlin, Germany, O2 World
May 25 – Warsaw, Poland, Stadion Narodowy
May 27 – Frederiksberg, Denmark, Forum Copenhagen
May 28 – Fornebu, Norway, Telenor Arena
May 29 – Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson Globe

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    Ovation Hall, Atlantic City, N.J.
    May 25, 2012

    (AP Photo / Parkwood Entertainment)

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North America
June 28 – Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center
June 29 – Las Vegas, Nev., MGM Grand Garden Arena
July 2 – San Jose, Calif., HP Pavilion At San Jose
July 5 – Oklahoma City, Okla., Chesapeake Energy Arena
July 6 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
July 9 – Sunrise, Fla., BB&T Center
July 10 – Miami, Fla., AmericanAirlines Arena
July 12 – Duluth, Ga., The Arena At Gwinnett Center
July 13 – Nashville, Tenn., Bridgestone Arena
July 15 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
July 17 – Chicago, Ill., United Center
July 18 – Saint Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center
July 20 – Auburn Hills, Mich., The Palace Of Auburn Hills
July 21 – Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre
July 22 – Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre
July 23 – Boston, Mass., TD Garden
July 25 – Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo Center
July 26 – Atlantic City, N.J., Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
July 27 – Charlotte, N.C., Time Warner Cable Arena
July 29 – Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
Aug. 2 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
Aug. 3 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center
Sept. 13 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil “Rock In Rio”

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    T In The Park, Balado, UK
    July 9, 2011

    (AP Photo / PA)

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