Beyonce Announces 'Renaissance' World Tour


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A Ticketmaster war is on the horizon, as the Beyhive prepares for a battle. Beyonce has officially confirmed a World Tour in support of her chart-topping album, Renaissance


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After much anticipation, Beyonce has announced dates for her long-awaited 'Renaissance' World Tour tickets. The tour will begin in Europe this May before landing in North America on July 8th with back-to-back nights at Toronto's Rogers Centre.

The tour will make stops in Philadephia, Nashville, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and more.

The 2023 tour comes after the singer returned to the stage for a private performance in Dubai. 

The leaked visuals from the performance set social media Tik Tok ablaze. The clips sparked multiple viral moments with the most notable being Beyonce's new arrangements of familiar records, including 'Drunk in Love' and 'Countdown'.

The Tour announcement arrives as a saving grace for a starved Beyhive, still yearning for any meaningful visual complementing pieces to the singer's seventh studio album. 

The tour also marks Beyonce's first extended stretch on the road since the On The Run tour which made 48 stops across North America and Europe in 2018. Those shows were followed by the singer's redefining Coachella performance, which arrived as a Netflix concert film, Homecoming, the following year. 

The musician released the chart-topping and acclaimed album 'Renaissance' at the end of July. The record, inspired by black and queer dance music culture and pioneers, is in the running for the 'Album of the Year' prize at this year’s Grammy Awards, which will take place on Sunday in Los Angeles.

The star's charity program initiative, 'BeyGood', will also be running through the tour, which has aimed to support people and programs around the world through her generous ways. Some of the ways are through Scholarship programs and working with sustainability brands.

 








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