Beyoncé started the first quarter of the year with a bang. Her concert plans made a lot of rumors about the title, theme, set list and tour dates. In February 2013, the most popular RnB singer announced her The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour having her husband’s surname as reference to the concert’s title. The first leg of this tour kicked-off in United Kingdom, where she opened the concert singing “Run the World (Girls). The opening number made the concert venue the biggest night out for girls that Birmingham has held for quite some time. The next few hours made the fans feel no questions about the singer-dancer’s exceptional vocal prowess and musical talent. Beyoncé simply kept up with her reputation as being the most celebrated and talked about diva of her generation.
The Mrs. Carter tour will have Beyoncé travel across Europe, North America and South America, encompassing 64 shows in total. After finishing the first leg of her tour in Europe, the hit maker will travel next to perform in front of her North American fans. The 2nd leg will start on June 28 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. This is going to be followed by another spectacular show in Mr. Carter’s (her husband Jay-Z) hometown at Brooklyn, New York. Fans can expect to have a blast throughout the night while singing next to their idol. With recent reports saying that her Europe tour has been sensational, it is expected that she will top notch her previous shows just like during the 2009 I Am concert tour.
The UK concert made it to big news as Beyoncé wore daring costumes. Some critics even called it “Nipples Costume” as it is styled to show fake breasts covered with gold bodysuit. This definitely created a lot of buzz, especially in the fashion industry where the “Single Ladies” singer is also an icon. Before this concert, she was reportedly collaborated with high fashion dress designers working for the likes of Emilio Pucci, Stuart Weitzman, Dsquared2 and Ralph and Russo. However, this did not tarnish the diva’s reputation in terms of unbeatable musical talent and being the most anticipated stage performer today. Beyoncé still stick to her trademark dance moves heavily influenced by Harlem, Havana and Harare cultures. Her head-rolling choreography is present that shows a lot about traditional Ethiopian dance with additional moves to create a more spectacular performance.
This may sound good news to the fans as reporters said that the tickets for all the shows are sold at lower prices possible. This news was confirmed by a source to Us Weekly, saying that the reason behind this move is to make sure that all of the multi-awarded singer’s fans can see the show. The lowest price that can be offered during her North America tour is $45, expecting sold out issues yet again. The tour’s set list may even more excite the Beyoncé believers as she will perform songs like “Halo”, “Baby Boy”, “I Care”, “End of Time”, “I will Always Love You”, “Love on Top”, “Irreplaceable”, “Crazy in Love” and so much more.
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