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Beyonce at MSG June 21

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Beyonce performs at Madison Square Garden on June 21, 2009 to kick of her I AM world tour.

Beyonce performs at Madison Square Garden on June 21, 2009 to kick of her I AM world tour.

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  • 1. The show was a bona fide pop spectacle, with lots of costume changes, dance interludes (to keep the show moving during the costume changes), psychedelic video effects, and confetti (during "Crazy In Love"). Visually, many of the numbers had futuristic themes. – The Star Ledger
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  • 5. Beyonce was able to create a mood of down-to-earth simplicity on empowerment anthems such as "Irreplaceable" (sung on the mini-stage, to an unplugged arrangement) and "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)." And for all the over-the-top romanticism of "Ave Maria," for instance, the next number, "Broken-Hearted Girl," had plenty of blues grit. – The Star Ledger
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  • 8. Beyoncé’s ability to seamlessly weave her hits into an all out stage extravaganza, complete with dancing and live vocals proves that artists and performers are not mutually exclusive. As she just released her CD/DVD collection Above and Beyoncé, fans can relive every moment at home, but it’s wise to witness it live. Beyoncé is truly the hardest working woman in show business.. – All Hip Hop