The European leg of the tour kicks off April 15 in Belgrade, Serbi at the Kombank Arena before going on to countires like Holland, Croatia, France and Germany before closing out on May 29 in Stockholm, Sweden at the Ericsson Globe Arena. The “Single Ladies” singer will then have about a month off before continuing with the U.S. portion of the tour that starts on June 28 in Los Angeles at the Staples Center. Besides cities like Dallas, Miami and Atlantic City, the tour will also makes stops in Toronto and Montreal before closing out on August 3 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, of course.But that’s not all as the nearly year long tour will also have dates in Asia and Latin America that have yet to be announced. Does this mean Blue Ivy will be going on tour or is Jay-Z going to be Mr. Mom for 2013? Check out the confirmed dates for “The Mrs. Carter Show” world tour, and a bugged out commercial for the O2 date, below. More info available at Beyoncé’s official site.