This is her first solo tour after the one in 2016.
The long-awaited Renaissance World Tour has finally been announced by the pop megastar. Early on Wednesday morning, she posted a photo to Instagram with the message, “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR 2023,” and the dates for this it has since been added to her official website. Before heading to North America, it will stop in Sweden, Belgium, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Poland.
The tour will begin in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in July, and stop in all of the main American cities before coming to an end in New Orleans, Louisiana, on September 27.
The Grammy winner’s seventh album, “Renaissance,” was released to critical acclaim in July, and her fanatical fan following, the Bey Hive, has been anticipating this news. In 2018, she and her husband, rapper Jay-Z, embarked on their most recent international concerts , “On the Run II,” which included 48 cities in North America and Europe.
After the release of her seventh album, “Renaissance” all her fans and album listeners were waiting for this announcement eagerly. Speculation of the new announcement was when she after Beyoncé recently gave a private concert at the Atlantis The Royal resort in Dubai, it reached a fevered pitch.
Several Grammy Awards for her “Renaissance” album are being presented on Sunday in Los Angeles.
Ticketmaster announced that it is spreading out sale dates and relying on its Verified Fan system to drive sales for the North American leg of the tour to assist meet some of the demand. This time, the registration procedure is a little different because the Verified Fan sales windows close at various times depending on the city that is chosen.
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