Beyoncé's Revamped Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Kicks Off In Scotland
The Mrs. Carter Show Setlist in Glasgow, Scotland
New additions are highlighted:
3. Drunk In Love
4. If I Were A Boy
7. Get Me Bodied
8. Baby Boy
10. Naughty Girl
13. Why Don't You Love Me
16. Love On Top
17. Crazy In Love
18. Single Ladies
Global superstar Beyoncé Knowles unexpectedly dropped a surprise self-titled visual album last December 13, 2013, which skyrocketed up the charts worldwide and left her vast fanbase (and then some) in absolute shock. However, the surprises didn't stop there, because the singer also managed to completely restructure her latest concert tour - the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour - in order to give room for several of the newly released songs.
The attendees of Beyoncé's concert in Glasgow, Scotland, on February 20, 2014, were treated to the live premiere of songs such as the eerie 'Ghost', the empowering '***Flawless', the so-sexy-that-it-hurts 'Partition' and the retro-raunchy 'Blow'. This concert is the first of the second European leg of the Mrs. Carter tour, which will take the singer back to the UK, Ireland, Belgium and Germany - already visited in the first leg -, and also through Netherlands, Spain and Portugal, countries that were not included in the first set of tour dates in Europe and now get their chance to receive the much acclaimed performer.
Watch a snippet of "***Flawless", live in Glasgow
All The Big Guns Out
The first two singles taken from 'Beyoncé', the self-titled latest album from Beyoncé, also found their places in the renewed show. The urban hit song 'Drunk in Love', which was first performed at the 2014 Grammy Awards, enjoys a greater production and new choreography, while the anthemic 'XO', first heard live at the 2014 Brit Awards - only a day before the concert in Glasgow -, is effective in its simplicity, lifting the spirits of the crowd right before the emotional final performances of 'Halo' and brand new beautiful, low-key tearjerker 'Heaven'.
With the Glasgow premiere already earning 5-star reviews from fans and press alike (for example, from The Telegraph), it is now England's turn to experience this new show from Beyoncé, right after a second night in SSE Hydro on February 21. The singer's next stops are Birmingham and Manchester, right before an extended residency in London's O2 Arena. For detailed information about Beyoncé's future tour dates, read the table below.
The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2014 Dates
February 20 and 21, 2014
February 23 and 24, 2014
February 25 and 26, 2014
The O2 Arena
February 28 and March 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6, 2014
March 8, 9, 11 and 12, 2014
March 15 and 16, 2014
March 18 and 19, 2014
March 20 and 21, 2014
Palau Sant Jordi
March 24, 2014
March 26 and 27, 2014
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