Beyoncé is happily moving forward with a plan to take over the world of music, or at least to take the world of music by storm. She’s been fast and furiously producing music and putting together some major performances—including the Super Bowl—since the start of the year and now she’s touring overseas, and is set to tour stateside, to perform her The Mrs. Carter Show. Unlike other artists, who create flyers and website pages to announce tour dates, Bey has gone above and beyond, putting together an epic tour trailer.
You can’t proclaim something epic without a giant stage, a crazy light show, and a trap door in the floor. Beyoncé’s opening moments offer all three, plus some fire and some intricate dance moves. The nice thing about large stadium shows is that even if the music quality isn’t that great and the pop performers have exhausted their vocals, audiences are still in for a spectacle, and in Bey’s case, plenty of leg cleavage.
While Beyoncé actually performed her first round of tour dates in the past week, hitting up locales including Serbia, Croatia, and Amsterdam, Holland, US fans will be able to “put their fists up” later this summer. The 31-year-old singer has plans to tour throughout Europe and extensively in the United Kingdom during the early summer months, before heading back to The States in late June. Bey’s North American tour will kick off at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on June 28 and will run through early August, with the final tour date currently set for August 5 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. Additionally, the singer has plans to headline the Made in America festival. It’s a good thing she’s been working to get back in shape, because this tour sounds exhausting.