Beyoncé has added three extra dates to her Mrs Carter UK tour 2014 due to high demand in tickets.
Beyoncé has added three extra dates to her Mrs Carter UK tour.
The 32-year-old singer has been forced to add a second gig in Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham next year due to a high demand in tickets.
The tour will support her new album 'Beyoncé', which was released unannounced across the globe last Friday (13.12.13), and features collaborations from husband Jay Z, her daughter Blue Ivy Carter, rapper Drake, Justin Timberlake, and her former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
The 'Halo' hitmaker recently revealed why she decided to release the album through a non-traditional method with no promotion.
She said last week: ''I didn't want to release my music the way I've done it. I am bored with that. I feel like I am able to speak directly to my fans. There's so much that gets between the music, the artist and the fans. I felt like I didn't want anybody to give the message when my record is coming out. I just want this to come out when it's ready and from me to my fans.''
Beyoncé will kick off her UK tour in Glasgow in February before finishing up in Dublin, Ireland, in March.
The full dates for Beyoncé's UK tour 2014 are as follows:
Thursday, February 20 - SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
Friday, February 21 - SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
Sunday, February 23 - LG Arena, Birmingham
Monday, February 24 - LG Arena, Birmingham
Tuesday, February 25 - Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
Wednesday, February 26 - Phones 4U Arena, Manchester
Friday, February 28 - The O2 Arena, London
Saturday, March 1 - The O2 Arena, London
Sunday, March 2 - The O2 Arena, London
Tuesday, March 4 - The O2 Arena, London
Saturday, March 8 - The O2, Dublin
Sunday, March 9 - The O2, Dublin
Tuesday, March 11 - The O2, Dublin
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