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Beyonce slots Denmark into Formation world tour

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Beyonce slots Denmark into Formation world tour
Beyonce performs onstage during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show on Sunday. Photo: Matt Cowan/Getty Images/AFP/Scanpix
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The US superstar is heading to Copenhagen in July as part of her highly-anticipated The Formation World Tour, which she announced following her performance at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.
Beyonce is set to perform at Copenhagen's Telia Parken arena on Sunday, July 24th as part of the European leg of her 40-date tour, which kicks off in the US in April.
 
She'll also be showing up in Stockholm on Tuesday July 26th as well as cities including London, Amsterdam, Paris and Brussels.
 
The announcement of the singer's tour follows the launch of her surprise new song 'Formation', which her PR-savvy team released just ahead of her widely-cheered performance at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night.
 
 

Beyoncé is coming…Get ready for THE FORMATION WORLD TOUR this spring! More info here: http://livemu.sc/FORMATIONWORLDTOUR

Posted by Live Nation on Sunday, February 7, 2016
Dressed in a leotard and wearing plenty of leather, she wowed the crowds at the annual championship game of the NFL, one of the biggest events of the year in US sport, which this time saw the Broncos defeat the Panthers 24-10.
 
Tickets for her upcoming gig in Copenhagen go on sale on Monday, February 22nd. 
 
Beyonce's appearance will be part of her first solo tour since 2013, having performed alongside her husband Jay Z for her most recent string of large gigs in 2014.
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