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Beyonce’s Killed ‘Formation’ World Tour Opening in Miami

Last night Beyonce kicked off her Formation World Tour at Marlins Stadium in Miami and it was pretty much all the remarkable slayage we’ve come to expect from Queen Bey.

Just look at this opening:

The tour merchandise has us begging she take all of coins this instant, because only Beyonce could profit off of her haters and flip them off this smoothly.


Queen Bey’s personal tour fashion bodied, as usual especially this personally designed, hand-embroidered Balmain bodysuit:


The setlist was like a Beyonce wet dream come true:

Bow Down/Tom Ford
Run the World (Girls)
Baby Boy/Standing on the Sun
Hold Up
Me, Myself and I
All Night
6 Inch
Don’t Hurt Yourself (plus some “Freakum Dress”)
Ring the Alarm
Lost Yo Mind/I Been On/Independent Woman/Naughty Girl
Flawless (Remix)
Feeling Myself
Drunk in Love (plus some “Swimming Pools”)
Hip Hop Star
Daddy Lessons
Single Ladies
Purple Rain
Crazy in Love (2014 Remix, plus some “Bootylicious”)
Naughty Girl
Sweet Dreams
Die With You
End of Time/Grown Woman (Mashup)

She didn’t forget to pay tribute to the late great Prince during an outfit change, in her typical classy manner:

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Beyonce performed like a true queen, literally:

She performed in all of the earthly elements—including water, literally!

ALL of the damn elements:

She made fans wildest dreams come true:

We’re pretty sure they’re still laid out on a hospital bed somewhere from the pure shock and amazement of it all.

Then she closed the show with “Halo” and dedicated it to Jay-Z saying “I want to dedicate this song to my beautiful husband. I love you so much.”

Bottom line, your life was meaningless because you weren’t there to witness all of the majesty, and that was only the first night. But it’s not too late to drop a grand for the Formation tour.

Ariel Leconte

Ariel Leconte

Ariel is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and creator of Revolutionary In Pink Pumps blog. She is equally obsessed with social justice, lipstick, culture, and red wine.