April 27 kicks off the US leg of the “Formation World Tour” and the first stop is at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida. Fans of Queen Bey have no time to rest following the release of “Lemonade.” It’s time to get ready for Beyoncé.

Here are 7 big things to know about the “Formation World Tour.”

1. This would likely be a major bummer for Beyoncé fans who haven’t bought tickets yet. HollywoodLife reported that majority of the tickets to her tour dates are already sold out. The publication advised fans in Chicago, Boston, and London to keep an eye out for resale sites.

2. American record producer and DJ Khaled will join Beyonce on her “Formation” World Tour. DJ Khaled made the announcement via Instagram.

3. Robbyn Mitchell of the Tampa Bay Times shared her ideas on what to wear to the occasion. The writer recommends three iconic looks to honour Queen Bey. First to consider is her “I Am … Sasha Fierce” era diva style. Second, her “Flawless” video look of cut-off jean shorts and flannel top plus accessories. Third, go for an oversized sweatshirt with boy short undies and kneepads reminiscent of her “7/11” video.

4. The “Formation World Tour” includes Barcelona. The Spanish city is the latest addition to the list of global destinations, The Local reported. However, Australian fans need not worry. Sources revealed Queen Bey and her team are working out the logistics of her performances down under.

5. Her world tour aligned with three charities namely the United Way Worldwide, Chime for Change, and Global Citizen, Rolling Stone reported. The publication recalled that Beyonce first revealed her philanthropic side with BeyGOOD her global charity initiative that accompanied the 2013 “Mrs. Carter World Tour.”

6. The “Formation World Tour” will also offer a VIP ticket contest for fans who donate to the United Way, Rolling Stone added. The proceeds will benefit the organisations fighting for the Flint Water Crisis.

7. Beyonce is already busy with rehearsals inside the stadium in Tampa, WFLA reported. Outside the venue, the Tampa Police Department are also busy with preparations to ensure everyone’s safety during the grand event. TPD announced that gates open at 5:30 p.m. The department also warned against scammers selling fake tickets.