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Beyonce 'planning epic world tour for 2020 which will start in London'

Beyonce 'planning epic world tour for 2020 which will start in London'

She delighted millions of fans when she dropped Homecoming: The Live Album with two new tracks and her Netflix documentary.

Beyonce is set to drive her devotees wild with reports she is planning an epic world tour for 2020, starting in London, according to The Sun.

Buoyed by the success of her documentary - which focused on her comeback performance at Coachella after giving birth to twins Rumi and Sir - the 37-year-old songstress is said to be eyeing up the Olympic Stadium in Stratford for her first show.
Beyonce 'planning epic world tour for 2020 which will start in London'
A source told the website: 'Beyonce is a worker bee – one of the hardest grafters in the industry and she is already planning one of her biggest tours yet for next year.

‘She will spend the rest of this year filming during the summer for Lion King and other projects, then taking a lot of downtime with Jay and the children.

‘All the while she will be rehearsing, recording and writing new material ahead of her next tour.’

MailOnline has contacted Beyonce's representatives for comment,
Beyonce 'planning epic world tour for 2020 which will start in London'
This come as the Crazy In Love hitmaker surprised fans by dropping Homecoming: The Live Album featuring her Coachella 2018 set with two brand new bonus tracks at the same exact time her Netflix documentary began streaming.

The music superstar dropped the 40-track project which includes new songs Before I Let Go - originally performed by Farnkie Beverly and Maze - as well as fan-demanded I Been On.

This came just hours after fans had speculated a new album release as her personal website had a section appear which promoted a 'Homecoming Album.'
Beyonce 'planning epic world tour for 2020 which will start in London'
If clicked on the site, it leads to a broken webpage which leads many diehard to believe that new music is on the way.

The album was dropped simultaneously as the release of her documentary.

An US Weekly report from last week revealed that Beyonce is working with Netflix on a documentary that, 'will be tied to her Coachella 2018 performance.'
Beyonce 'planning epic world tour for 2020 which will start in London'
The documentary will also include additional footage, but that report did not indicate it would be titled Homecoming.

There is no indication if a trailer will be released between now and the April 17 release date, confirming Homecoming is in fact a Beyonce Netflix documentary.
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