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Beyonce Bikes to Barclays Center, Across Brooklyn Bridge, for Concert

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By Michael Mullins   |   Thursday, 08 Aug 2013 11:07 AM

Beyonce biked across the Brooklyn Bridge Monday night to the Barclays Center, where she performed the last of three concerts at the arena, part of her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.

The 31-year-old Houston, Texas-born singer is known for being a diva, however, a series of photos posted Tuesday on Instagram show Beyonce wearing a straw hat, a star-studded faded shirt, and jean shorts.

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Beyonce successfully concealed her identity by wearing a tan straw hat and reflective sunglasses.

Her Instagram photos were accompanied by the caption, "I biked to Barclays for my last show in Brooklyn!"

Despite going incognito, a number of her encounters with fans during the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour have made headlines.

In May, during a performance in Copenhagen, a fan slapped the 31-year-old singer on the butt. Beyonce continued with the show but scolded the fan, telling him, "I will have you escorted out right now, all right?"

The exchange was captured on a video posted to YouTube.

In July, a fan fainted after an extended embrace with the singer during a show in Nashville, Tenn.

During her song "Irreplaceable," Beyonce appeared to give him a high-five at first, but it turned into hand holding when the man refused to let go. He started shaking, and the star hugged him for a few seconds.

Moments after Beyonce stepped away, the man fell to the ground.

Starting April 15, Beyonce's Mrs. Carter Show World Tour is her fourth concert tour that consisted of 99 shows across four continents.

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It is scheduled to end on Dec. 20 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.

As of June 30, the tour had already grossed $55.6 million.

Mrs. Carter is a reference to her hip-hop mogul husband Shawn Carter, known by his stage name, Jay-Z.

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