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The Beyonce Experience Tour

Beyoncé

Year: 2007

Runtime: 02:10:19

The Beyoncé Experience LIVE is the full concert performance shot in Los Angeles during Beyoncé’s international tour of the same name. As one of the world’s biggest entertainers, Beyoncé mesmerizes the audience with hits from solo albums Dangerously In Love & B-Day, Destiny’s Child classics, Dreamgirls and a host of surprises. Guest appearances include superstars Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. As a triple-threat on the stage – singer, dancer & theatrical starlet – she offers one of the most electrifying concert experiences yet.

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R&B, Pop

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R&B, Pop, Hip Hop, Soul, Documentary, Rock, Singer Songwriter, Indie, Funk

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The Beyonce Experience Tour

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