It seems the world just can’t get enough of ‘Satelites’ singer Beyonce.
For, after its European saw it secure its status one of the decade’s highest grossing tours, demand for the ‘Mrs.Carter Show’ has seen the entertainer forced to extend its run….even before it touches down in the US!
Good news below…
Kicking off at Brazil’s Parque dos Atletas on September 13th, the new leg of the show will see her hit numerous arenas in South America, including but not limited to Venezuela, Puerto Rico, and one night at Mineiaro Stadium, which houses a mind blowing 62,547 seats.
Of course, as the stats and speedy extension of the tour proves, ‘The Mrs.Carter Show’ is far more successful than even her fan base could have anticipated, selling out arenas and stadiums without new material but the good faith the star has built as a live act since 1997.
More interestingly, one can only imagine what Beyonce‘s current hold on the buying public will mean for its supporting about.
For, if one breaks it down to its most literal form, imagine how many units album #5 could shift if only half of the people who bought tickets to the tour showed just as much as support on iTunes come release date.
Indeed, for as amazing as her run as been so far, 2013 has gone a long way to prove that the world is still yet to see the best of Beyonce on all fronts.
Let’s just hope her new music and the promo campaign used to push is as well executed as this tour has been.