Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
The versatile performer keeps her audiences captivated all over the world. She will begin her upcoming tour in Belgrade on April 15 and will finish European dates in Stockholm on May 29. Her tour will then take the superstar to North America for over 20 exciting live shows. She will begin her U.S. and Canadian appearances on June 28 in Los Angeles. Her last North American concert takes place on August 3 in Brooklyn, New York, at the newly built Barclays Center. BargainSeatsOnline.com can provide fans with premium seating that will be the perfect way to enjoy the show.
Two Canadian concerts are scheduled for July 21 and 22 in Toronto and Montreal respectively. The songstress with the amazing voice will also visit many U.S. cities that include Las Vegas, Nevada; Dallas, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; St. Paul, Minnesota; Boston, Massachusetts; Uncasville, Connecticut; and Washington, D.C.
After North American dates have concluded, the star intends to continue "The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour" in Latin America, Asia and Australia.
Beyonce tickets will sell very quickly for the upcoming concert due to the fact that the singer took a hiatus of one year from her career after the birth of her daughter. Fans are especially eager to see a live event now that the singer/songwriter is returning to performing. She will definitely be having a very active and eventful 2013. Her well-received and exciting performance at the Super Bowl on February 3 reunited her with two former members of Destiny's Child. The entertainer will also appear at the Grammy Award ceremony as a presenter, and HBO will run a documentary on the star's life that is scheduled for telecast on February 16.
The 31-year-old performer has released four albums, appeared in a number of films, and won a number of awards that include 16 Grammys and 12 MTV Video Music Awards. The Texas native also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during the time she was lead singer for Destiny's Child. Her albums have sold more than 75 million copies around the world with more than 13 million having been sold in just the U.S.