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Coldplay may have been the official headliners for the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show, but the B’s stole the show.

Beyoncé, Coldplay singer Chris Martin and Bruno Mars perform during halftime of the NFL Super Bowl 50 football game Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, Calif. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

While Chris Martin and Co. kicked off the electric lights-filled performance, Bruno Mars and Beyonce took the field for a ’90s infused dance off. After completely setting the Internet on fire with her “Formation” video premiere on Tidal on Saturday afternoon, the King brought her new single to the millions.

Beyoncé performs during halftime of the NFL Super Bowl 50 football game Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, Calif. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

And even though Coldplay closed out the show, Beyonce won the night. She announced the “Formation” World Tour in a commercial immediately following her performance. The 40-date headlining tour will kick off April 27, and pre-sale tickets will be available for American Express cardholders go on sale Tuesday. Tickets will be open to the general public on Feb. 15.

FILE - In this Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 file photo, Beyonce performs during halftime of the NFL Super Bowl 50 football game in Santa Clara, Calif. Beyonce is working overtime this weekend: After releasing a new song Saturday and performing at the Super Bowl on Sunday, she's announced a new stadium tour. The Grammy-winning singer announced her 2016 Formation World Tour in a commercial after she performed at the halftime show with Bruno Mars and Coldplay. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File)

Check out the full list of North American tour dates below.

Wed. April 27 Miami, FL, Marlins Park

Fri. April 29 Tampa Raymond James Stadium

Sun. May 1 Atlanta, GA Georgia Dome

Tue. May 3 Raleigh, NC Carter-Finley Stadium

Thu. May 5 Nashville, TN Nissan Stadium

Sat. May 7 Houston, TX NRG Stadium

Mon. May 9 Dallas, TX AT&T Stadium

Thu. May 12 San Diego, CA Qualcomm Stadium

Sat. May 14 Los Angeles, CA Rose Bowl

Mon. May 16 Santa Clara, CA Levi’s Stadium

Wed. May 18 Seattle, WA CenturyLink Field

Fri. May 20 Edmonton, AB Commonwealth Stadium

Mon. May 23 Minneapolis, MN TCF Bank Stadium

Wed. May 25 Toronto, ON Rogers Centre

Fri. May 27 Chicago, IL Soldier Field

Sun. May 29 Detroit, MI Ford Field

Tue. May 31 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Field

Fri. June 3 Boston, MA Gillette Stadium

Sun. June 5 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field

Tue. June 7 New York, NY Citi Field

Fri. June 10 Baltimore, MD M&T Bank Stadium

Sun. June 12 Hershey, PA Hersheypark Stadium

Bey season ’16 has officially begun.

Watch the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show featuring Coldplay, Bruno, and of course King Bey, below.

SOURCE: Beyonce.com, E! Online, YouTube | PHOTO: Getty, AP

 

Beyonce Announces Formation Tour, Joins Coldplay And Bruno Mars At Super Bowl Halftime Show was originally published on globalgrind.com

13 thoughts on “Beyonce Announces Formation Tour, Joins Coldplay And Bruno Mars At Super Bowl Halftime Show

  1. Candygirl81 on said:

    Head nod to Jay Z who today donated 1.5 million to the BlackLivesMatter charity. Sometimes you don’t have to say it to make a huge statement. Go Head Carter Family!!!!

    • I agree. And look, people at Foxnews want others who hate BLM. yes, there maybe a few in BLM who are acting up as with any organzation just like some cops act up; however, I think the MAJORITY in both BLM and cops are out to do what is right.

  2. Oh please, Beyonce did great. Also, you sound stupid Chris to say what Beyonce did was racist (once again, someone throwing that word “racist” around without knowing the real meaning of it). Even when people say “black power” which means to uplift a race of people who is discriminated compare to “white power” was use to degrade and say whites were superior to blacks. Also, Beyonce outfit was in homage to Michael Jackson as well.

    • Also, Bruno did a great job with his MJ moves and looking like MJ from the “Rock with you” video -Off the wall era. Cold play was not bad but just a little less excitment.

    • Tammy, stop being so naive. “Black power and white power” are both racist expressions. She doesn’t care about anyone but herself. It’s all about the money.

      • No, they are NOT the same expression. Clearly you know nothing of the two and seem like you do NOT want to know. As for her not caring about no one but herself, I think the girl is doing a great job in giving. Is she making money, YES, this is AMERICA and entertainment is HER JOB/CAREER just like you have a job/career. AMERICA is about MONEY; however, that does not mean she does not care. YOu sound silly. You want to blast her for doing looking like th Black Pathers YET you want say she does not care. You can NOT have both with your logic. And also, she was showing tribute Michael Jackson with the Jacket.

  3. “And even though Coldplay closed out the show, Beyonce won the night. She announced the “Formation” World Tour in a commercial immediately following her performance.”
    She also displayed her own racist feelings. The crew was dressed in homage to the Black Panther Party, at one point joining her in giving millions of viewers a black-power salute. Can you imagine if a white artist did the same thing? #RacistLivesMatter

    • RENO2AC on said:

      Chris, please learn your history. The black power salute is NOT a racist statement, but a political one. Do you think John Carlos and Tommie Smith were being racist?

      • Exactly. If you heard John Legend speech at the NAACP award, John hit it on the head. To sum up what John Legend was saying, “when you talk about injustice now, some people want to accused you of being racist (reverse psychology) on the issue.

      • Also, if you look at the reason for the Black Panthers. They were blacks who fight believe in “if you are armed with a gun, so am I”. In order words, Black Panther were NOT going to let anyone hit, spit, and mistreat them. The group did NOT go out thinking they were superior to another group and trying to discriminate and give injustice to others. Black Panthers were a group that were NOT going to take it IF anyone was trying to harm and treat them with injustice.

    • Candygirl81 on said:

      You are just looking for an argument. Being proud of your Heritage is not Racist. Black power is a political term to denounce the racism that was and still is being pushed on black people. Not to make white people feel less inferior, promote segregation and bigotry like the term White Power. Her and Bruno Mars performance was just what the world needed to see and show that #BlacklivesMatter is the point. No matter how much people try white wash it or bring somebody down for being proud of their BLACKNESS. Their performance slayed. Get with the real Chris.

      • Exactly. And theire performances also show BLACKS KNOW HOW TO BRING IN EXCITMENT. Even the “white stations” that I have just heard are giving them the praise.

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