Beyonce Formation tour
Beyonce launched the Formation World Tour on 27 April 2016 in Miami, Florida REUTERS/Neil Hall

Demand for her world tour has skyrocketed since she unveiled her visual album Lemonade, so Beyoncé is making sure that fans don't miss out on the chance to see her live on stage. The Single Ladies hitmaker has added extra dates to her Formation Tour.

The entertainer will play an additional eight dates in North America this autumn after wrapping up the European leg of her worldwide jaunt. She is set to take in various southern and coastal cities, including Atlanta and, New Jersey between 7 September and 2 October.

Fans were left devastated when she pulled out of a performance in Nashville on the 11th hour and flocked to social media to express their disappointment. "Following Wednesday's sold out opening night Formation World Tour concert in Miami, promoters Live Nation announced that the Nashville concert previously scheduled for Thursday, May 5 will be rescheduled," Beyonce's spokesperson told E! News at the time.

The show has now been rescheduled for 2 October. Tickets for all new performances will be available from various ticket outlets including on 13 May.

Queen B kicked off the tour in Miami on 27 April, where she performed some of her classics and tracks from her controversial new album Lemonade. Her 6th studio album, which aired on HBO, reignited speculation that her marriage to Jay Z was in trouble as she appears to reveal his apparent infidelity and liaisons with "Becky with the good hair".

She brushed off the rumours by dedicating her track Halo to her husband Jay Z on her opening night. "I want to dedicate this song to my beautiful husband," she said. "I love you so much."

She will now be moving onto stadiums in Florida, Atlanta, New York, Houston, Santa Clara, Philadelphia and Detroit. The tour is named after Beyonce's single Formation – that debuted before the Super Bowl half-time show earlier in February – and champions empowerment in the black community while also making reference to Black Lives Matter.