Beyoncé sure knows how to cause a frenzy. The 34-year-old singer not only dropped a new single and performed at Super Bowl 50 this weekend, but she also announced her "Formation" world tour.

Yes, you read that right. Beyoncé is hitting the road again in 2016 for a total of 40 tour dates in the United States and Europe. The announcement came right after she performed during the Super Bowl's Pepsi Halftime Show with Coldplay and Bruno Mars. The show ended with the group performing Coldplay's "Up & Up" off of their 2015 "Head Full of Dreams" album. However, a commercial followed the halftime, revealing presale and ticket information for the "Formation" tour.

Beyonce Beyoncé announced her "Formation" world tour during Super Bowl 50. Pictured: Beyoncé performs during halftime at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, on Feb. 7, 2016. Photo: Reuters/Matthew Emmons-USA Today Sports

How to get tickets: Set your alarm for 10 a.m. EST on Tuesday, Feb. 9, because that’s when you’ll be able to grab BeyHive presale tickets or VIP presale packages on Ticketmaster. Those with the Live Nation Mobile App will also have an opportunity to snag tickets early. A special presale for users is available on Friday, Feb. 12, for a short amount of time. Finally, general public tickets and public VIP packages officially go on sale at 10 a.m. EST on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

Prices: Don’t fret if you can’t shell out the big bucks for a concert. Ticket prices start at $40 and go up to $350 depending on the arena or stadium she’s playing at. Other ticket fees may be added on.

Concert dates and locations: You can check out a complete list of Beyoncé's North America "Formation" tour dates below. She will also be performing in Europe after she wraps her U.S. tour.

  • April 27 at Marlins Park in Miami
  • April 29 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
  • May 1 at Georgia Dome in Atlanta
  • May 3 at Carter Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina
  • May 5 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee
  • May 7 at NRG Stadium in Houston
  • May 9 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
  • May 12 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego
  • May 14 at Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
  • May 16 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California
  • May 18 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle
  • May 20 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • May 23 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis
  • May 25 at Rogers Centre in Toronto
  • May 27 at Soldier Field in Chicago
  • May 31 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh
  • June 3 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
  • June 5 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
  • June 7 at Citi Field in Flushing, New York
  • June 10 at MT&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore
  • June 21 at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania