Beyoncé announced European and American 'Renaissance' tour!

Performances will start in the spring, and in Europe.

Feb 3, 2023 - 15:45
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Beyoncé announced European and American 'Renaissance' tour!

Beyonce announced the world tour 'Renaissance' for 2023 on her Instagram profile. The singer, who recently performed at the Atlantis The Royal Hotel in Dubai and charged $25 million for a one-hour performance, posted a photo on her Instagram profile, similar to the cover of her latest album "Renaissance", briefly writing:"Renaissance World Tour 2023".

Queen Bey kicks off her tour in Stockholm on May 10 and ends on September 27 in New Orleans. This is the first tour after 2018 ( On The Run ), when she had her 48th performance in Europe and America. 

With the performance at Atlantis The Royal Hotel, Beyonce broke a two-year hiatus from performing live, and the performance came a few months after she released her seventh studio album (in July last year), which is only the first part of a trilogy in the making. 

"The project in three acts was filmed over three years during the pandemic. It was a time of rest, but also a time when I was most creative. My intention was to create a safe place, a place where there would be no judgment, a place to be free from perfectionism and overthinking. A place to scream, release, a complete sense of freedom",  she wrote in a letter to fans.

Check out the dates for the 2023 world tour shows below and decide which city and time are best for you.  If that idea might not sound interesting to you, think again - her concerts are real audiovisual spectacles, and tickets go on sale in just seven days!

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List of concerts: 

May 10: Stockholm, Friends Arena

May 14: Brussels, Baudoin Stadium

May 17: Cardiff, Principality Stadium

May 20: Edinburgh, Murrayfield

May 23: Sunderland, Stadium of Light

May 26: Paris, Stade de France

May 29: London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

May 30: London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

June 6: Lyon, Groupama

June 8: Barcelona, ​​Olympic Stadium

June 11: Marseille, Orange Velodrome

June 15: Cologne, Rheinenergiestadion)

June 17: Amsterdam, JC Arena

June 18: Amsterdam, JC Arena

June 21: Hamburg, Volksparkstadion

June 24: Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank Park

June 27: Warsaw, Nardowy

July 8: Toronto, CA Rogers Centre

July 12: Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field

July 15: Nashville, Nissan Stadium

July 17: Louisville, L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium

July 20: Minneapolis, Huntington Bank Stadium

 July 22: Chicago, Soldier Field

July 26: Detroit, Ford Field

July 29: East Rutherford (NJ), Metlife Stadium

August 1: Boston, Gillette Stadium

August 3: Pittsburgh, Heinz Field

August 5: Washington, FedEx Field

August 9: Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank of America Stadium

August 11: Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium

August 16: Tampa, Raymond James Stadium

August 18: Miami, Hard Rock Stadium

August 21: St. Louis, Dome at the American Center  

August 24: Phoenix, State Farm Stadium

August 26: Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium

August 30: San Francisco, Levi's Stadium

September 2: Inglewood, SoFi Stadium

September 11: Vancouver, BC Place

September 13: Seattle, Lumen Field

September 18: Kansas City, Arrowhead Stadium

September 21: Dallas, AT&T Stadium

September 23: Houston, NRG Stadium

September 27: New Orleans, Caesars Superdome


Post By: Vanessa F.