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Beyonce is coming to Hershey and Baltimore

Beyoncé unveiled a stadium tour Sunday night, just moments after wrapping her epic Super Bowl halftime show with Coldplay and Bruno Mars.

And, one of those stops is Hersheypark Stadium. The Hershey show is at 6 p.m. June 12 and tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 16. Tickets for this show are $54.10, $79.10, $104.10, $164.10 and $264.10 (tax and applicable fees apply and there is an eight-ticket limit), and are available at the Giant Center Box Office. They can be charged by phone at 717-534-3911 or 800-745-3000, and online at or

Before her Hershey show, the Queen will stop at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore at 8 p.m. June 10. Tickets for that show go on sale Feb. 16 at

The Formation World Tour kicks off April 27 in Miami, hitting cities nationwide including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Boston, and Philadelphia. The Hershey show is the last concert before she heads to Europe.

The announcement comes just a day after she released her politically charged and critically acclaimed new single Formation, in which she owns her black identity and Southern heritage, and endorses the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

Beyoncé last toured the USA with her husband, rapper Jay Z, on the six-week On the Run Tour in summer 2014, which was filmed for a HBO special. The Formation World Tour is her first solo jaunt since the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour in 2013.

The full list of U.S. dates:

April 27 — Miami, Marlins Park

April 29 — Tampa, Raymond James Stadium

May 1 — Atlanta, Georgia Dome

May 3 — Raleigh, Carter-Finley Stadium

May 5 — Nashville, Nissan Stadium

May 7 — Houston, NRG Stadium

May 9 — Dallas, AT&T Stadium

May 12 — San Diego, Qualcomm Stadium

May 14 — Los Angeles, Rose Bowl

May 16 — Santa Clara, Calif., Levi's Stadium

May 18 — Seattle, CenturyLink Field

May 20 — Edmonton, Alberta, Commonwealth Stadium

May 23 — Minneapolis, TCF Bank Stadium

May 25 — Toronto, Rogers Centre

May 27 — Chicago, Soldier Field

May 29 — Detroit, Ford Field

May 31 — Pittsburgh, Heinz Field

June 3 — Boston, Gillette Stadium

June 5 — Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field

June 7 — New York, Citi Field

June 10 — Baltimore, M&T Bank Stadium

June 12 — Hershey, Penn., Hersheypark Stadium