Surprise, Beyhive! On the heels of her killer Super Bowl 50 halftime show performance, Beyoncé announced a massive world tour.

The 34-year-old songstress will kick off the Formation world tour in Miami on April 27.

The tour is expected to support Queen Bey’s upcoming sixth studio album, the follow-up to her 2013 self-titled surprise release. On Saturday, February 6, she released the album’s first single, “Formation,” just one day before hitting the Super Bowl stage with headliner Coldplay and fellow special guest Bruno Mars.

As Us Weekly previously reported, Beyoncé’s husband, Jay Z, sent her 10,000 roses ahead of her halftime gig.

Rumors of a tour started to swirl when Ticketmaster tweeted, “Big news after the #SuperBowl tonight! Don’t miss it,” during Sunday’s big game.

Tickets go on sale on Tuesday, February 16, via Ticketmaster.

See the full tour dates below.

NORTH AMERICA:

Wed., April 27 Miami, Marlins Park

Fri., April 29 Tampa, Raymond James Stadium

Sun., May 1 Atlanta, Georgia Dome

Tue., May 3 Raleigh, NC, Carter-Finley Stadium

Thu., May 5 Nashville, Nissan Stadium

Sat., May 7 Houston, NRG Stadium

Mon., May 9 Dallas, AT&T Stadium

Thu., May 12 San Diego, Qualcomm Stadium

Sat., May 14 Los Angeles, Rose Bowl

Mon., May 16 San Francisco, Levi's Stadium

Wed., May 18 Seattle, CenturyLink Field

Fri., May 20 Edmonton, Alberta, Commonwealth Stadium

Mon., May 23 Minneapolis, TCF Bank Stadium

Wed., May 25 Toronto, Rogers Centre

Fri., May 27 Chicago, Soldier Field

Sun., May 29 Detroit, Ford Field

Tue., May 31 Pittsburgh, Heinz Field

Fri., June 3 Boston, Gillette Stadium

Sun., June 5 Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field

Tue., June 7 New York, Citi Field

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

Sun., June 12 Hershey, Pennsylvania, Hersheypark Stadium

EUROPE:

Tue., June 28 Sunderland, England, Stadium of Light

Thu., June 30 Cardiff, England, Millennium Stadium

Sat., July 2 London, Wembley Stadium

Tue., July 5 Manchester, England, Emirates Old Trafford

Thu., July 7 Glasgow, Hampden Park

Sat., July 9 Dublin, IECroke Park

Tue., July 12 Düsseldorf, Germany, Esprit Arena

Thu., July 14 Zurich, Letzigrund

Sat., July 16 Amsterdam, Arena

Mon., July 18 Milan, Stadio San Siro

Thu., July 21 Paris, Stade de France

Sun., July 24 Copenhagen, Parken

Tue., July 26 Stockholm, Friends Arena

Fri., July 29 Frankfurt, Commerzbank Arena

Sun., July 31 Brussels, Roi Boudoin

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