The 41-year-old is set to bring the upbeat, danceable tunes from her Grammy-nominated album to stadiums worldwide later this year.
Six months since the release of her seventh studio album Renaissance, Beyoncé has finally announced her long-awaited world tour of the same name.
On Wednesday, the Grammy-winning singer delivered the good news via Instagram.
According to tour.beyonce.com, the tour starts on May 10 at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, concluding Sept. 27 at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans. For now, the European leg has 12 dates, with stops in London, Amsterdam, and Poland, to name a few. Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field was awarded the first stop for the American leg.
What are the 47 Beyoncé tour dates for Renaissance?
Every stops are listed on the tour’s official website. Because details regarding tickets have yet to be released, each date reads “Soon” next to where a link to purchase passes would otherwise be — stay tuned!
May 10: Stockholm, Sweden
May 14: Brussels, Belgium
May 17: Cardiff, UK
May 20: Edinburgh, UK
May 23: Sunderland, UK
May 26: Paris, France
May 29: London, UK
May 30: London, UK
June 2: London, UK
June 6: Lyon, France
June 8: Barcelona, Spain
June 11: Marseille France
June 15: Cologne, Germany
June 17: Amsterdam, Netherlands
June 18: Amsterdam, Netherlands
June 21: Hamburg, Germany
June 24: Frankfurt, Germany
June 27: Warsaw, Poland
July 8: Toronto
July 9: Toronto
July 12: Philadelphia
July 15: Nashville, Tennessee
July 17: Louisville, Kentucky
Bey’s last tour was “On the Run II” in 2018 which featured her and her husband, Jay-Z, on 48 stops across North America and Europe.
Renaissance picked up nine Grammy Award nominations, including Album of the Year — and should the “Cuff It” singer collect four awards at the big ceremony on Feb. 5, she will become the artist with the most Grammy wins of all time with 32, which would surpass the late Georg Solti’s record of 31.
According to Variety, it is rumored the mother of three and Jay-Z will perform with DJ Khaled on the show, presumably doing their nominated song “God Did.”
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