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What you need to know ahead of Beyonce Sunderland concert sale tomorrow

Beyonce performing on the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury Music Festival. Photo: PA

Tickets for Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour concert at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light go on sale tomorrow (Tuesday 16 February) to the general public.

The iconic singer announced her world tour off the back of her Super Bowl half-time show appearance last week, with the Stadium of Light playing host to the star on the opening night of her European leg of the tour on Tuesday 28 June, 2016.

How to buy:

Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Tuesday 16 February and will be available from the Stadium of Light ticket office and approved ticket agents.

Stadium of Light sales information:

The Stadium of Light will offer General Admission (standing/Tier 1 unreserved seating) tickets only to personal callers, priced at £73.50 and a limited number of Gold Circle tickets at £108.50.

Tickets cannot be purchased from the Stadium of Light box office by telephone or online. Tickets are available from the stadium’s box office to in-person purchasers only.

Ticket agents:

General admission tickets (standing/Tier 1 unreserved seating) £73.50. Tier 2 reserved seats £73.50 and £108.50 and Tier 3 reserved seats £43.50/ £63.50/£73.50. All tickets are subject to a booking fee. Golden Circle tickets are priced at £108.50.

Online at www.livenation.com.

Online at www.ticketmaster.co.uk or 0844 8440444

www.beyonce.com

Other information:

Young people aged 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult aged over 18 and no unaccompanied youngsters aged 14 or under will be permitted entry to the venue.

There is a limit of eight tickets per purchaser in place.

Reserved seating tickets can only be purchased through approved ticket agents and are not available from the Stadium of Light ticket office.

Fans who wish to queue to get their tickets can do so from 5pm today (15 February) Anyone wishing to queue overnight must be aged over 18 years old.