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Beyonce throws tour wrap party for crew

Published 04/10/2016


The singer will perform the final show on her Formation World Tour on Friday (07Oct16).

Beyonce celebrated the upcoming end of her Formation World Tour on Monday night (03Oct16) by throwing a dinner party for all of her crew members.

The Drunk In Love superstar was joined by her rapper husband Jay Z as she hosted the New York bash at top French restaurant Bagatelle to show her appreciation to her staff, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Beyonce showed off her toned legs for the night out, stepping out in an oversized denim jacket, matching cut-off hotpants and Gucci heels. She completed her look with a pink camouflage cap from her Ivy Park athleisure fashion line, and a statement Blood & Honey clutch, which featured the playful phrase, "I kiss better than I cook".

The singer launched the trek in Miami, Florida in April (16) and will wrap up her tour with one final show at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on Friday (07Sep16), a gig which was postponed from 7 September (16) to give Beyonce time to rest her vocals.

It was the only date she chose to reschedule after taking a month-long break following the end of the European leg of her trek on 3 August (16), and she returned to the stage in St. Louis, Missouri on 10 September (16).

Beyonce is also set to perform at the second annual Tidal charity show in Brooklyn, New York on 15 October (16), when she will join the likes of Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Lauryn Hill, and DNCE.

She and Nicki also graced the stage at last year's (15) inaugural all-star bash, titled Tidal X: 1020, using the opportunity to perform their Feeling Myself hit live for the first time.

Jay Z launched the Tidal streaming service in March, 2015 with fellow investors including Beyonce, Usher, Nicki, Rihanna, Madonna, Kanye West and Daft Punk.

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