Beyonce Premieres Her Mrs. Carter World Tour Trailer
After releasing the title and poster artwork for her forthcoming "The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour" a few weeks ago, Beyonce Knowles unveils the trailer to her four-month, transatlantic tour. The world tour is set to support her forthcoming, still unnamed new album.
In the two-minute clip, the R'n'B superstar gets dolled up in her royal attire before she makes a grand entrance, dancing in slow motion along with her entourage that included court jesters. Towards the end of the video, some behind-the-scenes footage are shown, filled with production people - assistants, choreographers and dancers - putting together such an elaborate production for a short teaser.
It gives fans no information on the tour other than how in demand ("once they're gone, they're gone") and how limited tickets are going to be (maximum of 6 tickets per person only), with pre-selling activities closing on February 23 at 9 A.M. But if the trailer is any indication, fans can expect not only Bey's powerful vocals and fierce choreography in her shows, but a similarly grand production to top all other tours.
"The Mrs. Carter Show" world tour kicks off in Serbia on April 15, after which Beyonce will play in shows in key cities in Europe like Paris, Stockholm, London and Berlin, for a total of two months before trekking across the United States, beginning in Los Angeles and ending in Brooklyn's Barclay's Center. She is expected to fill such famed arenas as the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the United Center in Chicago and the Mohegun Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut.
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