Beyonce has announced that she will start a solo world tour. The world tour which was named Renaissance will begin on May 10 in Stockholm.
Beyonce’s Renaissance world tour which will be the singer’s first since 2016 and is in support of her seventh solo album, will run for at least 40 dates, largely in stadiums. It will start on May 10 in Stockholm, and continue in Europe through June before coming to North America.
The tour includes one night at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey (July 29) and one at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. (Sept. 2) amid stops in Chicago, Philadelphia, Toronto, Atlanta, Phoenix, and Miami.
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Limited tickets for certain tour dates will go on sale from Monday for members of Beyoncé’s BeyHive fan club. This will then be followed by the massive release of additional tickets by market, using a complex registration system for various tiers of buyers.
The Renaissance world tour will be produced by Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment and promoted by Live Nation. It will use Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan system, which aims to limit the actions of bots and professional scalpers. It will be a major test for Ticketmaster after the extraordinary demand for early tickets to Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour last year led to fan backlash and regulatory scrutiny.
During the Renaissance world tour 2023, Beyonce will visit and perform live in the following countries; Sweden, Belgium, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Denmark, the Netherlands, Poland, and then North America.
Beyoncé’s last solo tour was the Formation World Tour in 2016 to support her sixth studio album, “Lemonade”. She then went on the On The Run Tour with her husband, Jay-Z, in 2018 after releasing their joint project, “Everything Is Love”.
Beyonce’s new tour just before the Grammy Awards on Sunday raises suspicion that she might perform in the world event.
She has 9 nominations in this year’s Grammy awards which are scheduled to hold on February 5 in Los Angeles. This year, Beyonce will contest with Adele for multiple awards, including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year.
There has been speculation that Beyoncé would be performing ever since the nominations were announced. The last time fans saw her perform on a major televised stage was at last year’s Oscars ceremony, where she performed “Be Alive” from the King Richard movie for the first time.