The pop music superstar returns to Atlantic City this summer for a concert presented by Caesars Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY — Parkwood Entertainment has announced that The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, featuring pop singer superstar Beyoncé will kick off in Europe on April 15.
Following stops in 20 European cities, including Dublin, Ireland; Berlin, Germany; Paris, France and a four-night residency at The 02 in London, U.K., Beyoncé will start her American tour on June 28. This is Beyoncé's first multi-city tour in over three years.
Live Nation has announced that after the American leg kicks off in Los Angeles, the tour will travel to more than 20 North American cities this summer, including Brooklyn, Atlanta, Houston, Toronto and Boston.
The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour will also stop at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall on Friday, July 26, 2013.
This event is sponsored by Caesars Atlantic City.
Tickets will go on sale Friday, Feb. 15 at 10am. Tickets will be available at the Boardwalk Hall Box Office, all Ticketmaster locations, at ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-736-1420.
Revel hosted Beyoncé for three nights last year for the Atlantic City casino's first Memorial Day weekend. Many well-known personalities were in the audience for those shows, including the First Lady, Michelle Obama, and daughters Sasha and Malia, and Gov. Chris Christie.
It's very doubtful that Beyoncé will be lip-singing to pre-recorded vocal tracks as she has been accused of while singing at the January 2013 Inauguration of President Obama in Washington DC.
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