How Much Will Beyonce 'Formation' Tickets Cost? Seeing Her Live Won't Come Cheap
Beyoncé won Sunday night when she announced that she will be going on tour, in a teaser that aired right after she performed at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show with Bruno Mars and Coldplay. First, Bey drops her new song "Formation," and then she announces The Formation World Tour ?! She's slaying us all. Fans immediately rushed to the singer's official website to get their hands on any and all information, causing the website to crash. The search for Formation World Tour details is still on, with schedules and rumors taking over the internet. The reality is that the 40-date tour is set to start on April 27, and Bey is set to bless stadiums across North America, the U.K., and Europe with her incredible performances. While more details about Beyoncé's Formation World Tour are yet to be announced, one question has fans particularly anxious: how much will Beyoncé Formation tickets cost?
So far, no price tags for Beyoncé The Formation World Tour tickets have been announced, and even other tidbits of information are being called into question. The teaser that announced the tour said that pre-sale tickets will go on sale Feb. 9, with sales opening up to the general public on Feb. 16. However, on Beyoncé's official Instagram page, the singer wrote that tickets would be going on sale on Monday, Feb. 15. Fans don't even know for sure when exactly tickets go on sale, let alone how much they will cost.
My best guess puts Formation World Tour ticket prices at somewhere in the $70-$300 range. Cheap tickets will, of course, be up in the nosebleeds, but, hey, if you're at a Beyoncé concert, I don't think you'll mind. In 2014, Beyoncé and Jay Z charged a good $300 on average per ticket for their On The Run Tour, so it wouldn't be a surprise if tickets for Formation cost at least $200 on average. (Though, let's be real: Beyoncé was the main draw of that tour, and her worth has only increased in the years since.)
So, if you want to go to Beyoncé's Formation World Tour,you should probably check your bank statement ASAP. The thing you most have to ask yourself is: would you rather eat Ramen for a month or go see Beyoncé? I think we all know the answer.
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