After tickets for her upcoming ‘Formation’ tour sold out in just a matter of minutes, Beyonce has announced an additional date at London’s Wembley Stadium later this year.

Tickets for the UK leg of her new tour went on sale at 9am on Tuesday (February 16th), but all were snapped up in under half an hour. In light of that massive demand, Beyonce has added a second date at Wembley Stadium on July 3rd, one day after her already-confirmed gig there. Tickets for the additional concert will go on sales on Tuesday February 23rd.

It takes the total number of British gigs Beyonce is playing to six, starting on June 28th at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light and taking in the two London dates, Manchester, Cardiff and Glasgow.

BeyonceBeyonce's 'Formation' tour sold out in less than 30 minutes, and she added another Wembley date

Tens of thousands of fans were left disappointed after they were unable to snag tickets this morning, with many taking to Twitter to complain about the high prices Beyonce was charging, with the very cheapest starting at nearly £50.

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“A stadium of 90,000, and tickets that expensive is surely greed? Most artists you can watch in decent seats for around £50/£60” one fan grumbled. “Beyoncé tickets so expensive give poor people a chance Bey.”

‘Formation’, the surprise single Beyonce dropped ahead of her appearance during the recent Super Bowl halftime show, gives the name for the new tour and is expected to be included on Beyonce’s sixth album, details of which are yet to be revealed.

She last went on tour in 2013, covering a huge 132 dates across the world on the Mrs Carter tour before joining up with her husband Jay Z for the joint On The Run spectacular in 2014.

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