Beyoncé Slays Coldplay’s Super Bowl Halftime Show, Announces Formation World Tour

Three years after Beyoncé headlined the Super Bowl halftime show, she returned to steal the Super Bowl 50 show from actual headliners Coldplay. Chris Martin and co. opened things up by playing a few songs with the help of a giant, colorfully-suited marching band, after which Bruno Mars came out clad in black leather to perform “Uptown Funk” with Mark Ronson DJing. Finally, Queen Bey emerged onto the field with a team of backup dancers and proceeded to kill it with a rendition of her politically-charged new single “Formation.” The show also included a brief montage featuring highlights from past halftime shows, including clips of Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, and Whitney Houston (but not Janet Jackson). Watch below.

Immediately after the performance, Beyoncé announced her upcoming Formation World Tour in a commercial. Watch the video and check out dates below.

North America:
04/27 Miami, FL @ Marlins Park
04/29 Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium
05/01 Atlanta, GA @ Georgia Dome
05/03 Raleigh, NC @ Carter-Finley Stadium
05/05 Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium
05/07 Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
05/09 Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium
05/12 San Diego, CA @ Qualcomm Stadium
05/14 Los Angeles, CA @ Rose Bowl
05/16 Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium
05/18 Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field
05/20 Edmonton, AB @ Commonwealth Stadium
05/23 Minneapolis, MN @ TCF Bank Stadium
05/25 Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre
05/27 Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
05/29 Detroit, MI @ Ford Field
05/31 Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field
06/03 Boston, MA @ Gillette Stadium
06/05 Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
06/07 New York, NY @ Citi Field
06/10 Baltimore, MD @ M&T Bank Stadium
06/12 Hershey, PA & Hersheypark Stadium

06/28 Sunderland, UK @ Stadium Of Light
06/30 Cardiff, UK @ Millennium Stadium
07/02 London, UK @ Wembley Stadium
07/05 Manchester, UK @ Emirates Old Trafford
07/07 Glasgow, UK @ Hampden Park
07/09 Dublin, IE @ Croke Park
07/12 Dusseldorf, DE @ Esprit Arena
07/14 Zurich, CH @ Letzigrund
07/16 Amsterdam, NE @ Arena
07/18 Milan, IT @ Stadio San Siro
07/21 Paris, FR @ Stade de France
07/24 Copenhagen, DK @ Parkden
07/26 Stockholm, SE @ Friends Arena
07/29 Frankfurt, DE @ Commerzbank Arena
07/31 Brussels, BE @ Roi Boudoin

Tickets will go on sale starting Monday, 2/15 in Europe and Tuesday, 2/16 in North America.