After racking up millions of views for her “Formation” video and effectively sidelining the ostensible headliners at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, Beyoncé has announced her plans for world (tour) domination. The platinum-selling artist will kick off a 37-city tour this spring that will take her from Miami to the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels (that should help set off a few new Illuminati theories). The tour will be her first in two years, following 2014’s The Mrs. Carter World Tour Show and On The Run, which saw her hit the road with husband Jay-Z.

“Formation” is reportedly the first single off Beyoncé’s upcoming album, which will be supported by her North American and European tour. The singer released a separate video for the tour announcement, in which she appears as different forces of nature. The complete list of tour dates is below, and tickets will be on sale via Ticketmaster on February 16.

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North America:

April 27—Marlins Park—Miami, FL

April 29—Raymond James Stadium—Tampa, FL

May 1—Georgia Dome—Atlanta, GA

May 3—Carter-Finley Stadium—Raleigh, NC

May 5—Nissan Stadium—Nashville, TN

May 7—NRG Stadium—Houston, TX

May 9—AT&T Stadium—Dallas, TX

May 12—Qualcomm Stadium—San Diego, CA

May 14—Rose Bowl—Los Angeles, CA

May 16—Levi’s Stadium—San Francisco, CA

May 18–CenturyLink Field—Seattle, WA

May 20—Commonwealth Stadium—Edmonton, Alberta

May 23—TCF Bank Stadium—Minneapolis, MN

May 25—Rogers Centre—Toronto, Ontario

May 27—Soldier Field—Chicago, IL

May 29—Ford Field—Detroit, MI

May 31—Heinz Field—Pittsburgh, PA

June 3—Gillette Stadium—Boston, MA

June 5—Lincoln Financial Field—Philadelphia, PA

June 7—Citi Field—New York, NY

June 10—M&T Bank Stadium—Baltimore, MD

June 12—Hersheypark Stadium—Hershey, PA

Europe:

June 28—Stadium Of Light—Sunderland, U.K.

June 30—Millennium Stadium—Cardiff, U.K.

July 2—Wembley Stadium—London, U.K.

July 5—Emirates Old Trafford—Manchester, U.K.

July 7—Hampden Park—Glasgow, U.K.

July 9—Croke Park—Dublin, Ireland

July 12—Esprit Arena—Dusseldorf, Germany

July 14—Letzigrund—Zurich, Switzerland

July 16—ArenA—Amsterdam, Netherlands

July 18—Stadio San Siro—Milan, Italy

July 21—Stade De France—Paris, France

July 24—Parken Stadium—Copenhagen, Denmark

July 26—Friends Arena—Stockholm, Sweden

July 29—Commerzbank Arena—Frankfurt, Germany

July 31—King Baudouin Stadium—Brussels, Belgium

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