On Wednesday, Beyoncé announced her long-awaited tour in support of her seventh studio album, “Renaissance,” to kick off Black History Month.
The album, which was released in July, is a tribute to Black queer culture. “Renaissance” combines disco anthems, soulful ballads, and sexy lyrics.
She announced her “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR 2023” on Instagram.
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Information about how to acquire tickets and the presale
Tickets go on sale starting on February 6 with a special presale for BeyHive members.
Fans of Beyoncé have a variety of presale ticket options. For North American concerts,
Ticketmaster and beyonce.livenation.com both offer verified fan registration.
Pre-sales will be available to Citi cardholders via citientertainment.com.
Note: The dates have changed in certain cases. The most recent information can be found at tour.beyonce.com.
May 10: Stockholm, SE (Friends Arena)
May 14: Brussels, BE (Baudoin Stadium)
May 17: Cardiff, UK (Principality Stadium)
May 20: Edinburgh, UK (Murrayfield)
May 23: Sunderland, UK (Stadium of Light)
May 26: Paris, FR (Stade de France)
May 29: London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
May 30: London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
June 6: Lyon, FR (Groupama Stadium)
June 8: Barcelona, SP (Olympic Stadium)
June 11: Marseille, FR (Orange Vélodrome)
June 15: Cologne, DE (Rheinenergiestadion)
June 17: Amsterdam, NL (JC Arena)
June 18: Amsterdam, NL (JC Arena)
June 21: Hamburg, DE (Volksparkstadion)
June 24: Frankfurt, DE (Deutsche Bank Park)
June 27: Warsaw, PL (Pge Nardowy)
July 8: Toronto, CA (Rogers Centre)
July 12: Philadelphia, PA (Lincoln Financial Field)
July 15: Nashville, TN (Nissan Stadium)
July 17: Louisville, KY (L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium)
July 20: Minneapolis, MN (Huntington Bank Stadium)
July 22: Chicago, IL (Soldier Field)
July 26: Detroit, MI (Ford Field)
July 29: East Rutherford, NJ (Metlife Stadium)
Aug. 1: Boston, MA (Gillette Stadium)
Aug. 3: Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Field)
Aug. 5: Washington, DC (FedEx Field)
Aug. 9: Charlotte, NC (Bank of America Stadium)
Aug. 11: Atlanta, GA (Mercedes Benz Stadium)
Aug. 16: Tampa, FL (Raymond James Stadium)
Aug. 18: Miami, FL (Hard Rock Stadium)
Aug. 21: St. Louis, MI (Dome at Americas Center)
Aug. 24: Phoenix, AZ (State Farm Stadium)
Aug. 26: Las Vegas, NV (Allegiant Stadium)
Aug. 30: San Francisco, CA (Levi’s Stadium)
Sept. 2: Inglewood, CA (SoFi Stadium)
Sept. 11: Vancouver, CA (BC Place)
Sept. 13: Seattle, WA (Lumen Field)
Sept. 18: Kansas City, MO (Arrowhead Stadium)
Sept. 21: Dallas, TX (AT&T Stadium)
Sept. 23: Houston, TX (NRG Stadium)
Sept. 27: New Orleans, LA (Caesars Superdome)