Beyoncé is gearing up for a world tour following her recent album, Renaissance. This time, she’s headed overseas, kicking off in Stockholm, Sweden, on May 10 and wrapping up in New Orleans on Sept. 27.
The “Break My Soul” artist officially announced her world tour dates following the release of her album Renaissance. The tour is expected to start overseas on May 10th in Stockholm, Sweden, and end in the U.S. on Sept. 27 in New Orleans.
The “Upgrade U” artist is just coming off her Dubai performance, where she earned $24M to perform live for fans.
Queen Bey will also make tour stops in Canada, France, London, and the Netherlands with the addition of other countries.
Once back in the states on July 12th, Queen Bey will be heading to Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field, where the Eagles — one of the representatives for this year’s Super Bowl — play their home games.
She will also perform in Chicago, Atlanta, and Detroit with other U.S. tour locations.
This upcoming tour, Beyoncé is embarking on it without any released visuals for the songs of the album. Typically in “her highness” fashion, fans are accustomed to seeing it.
To access tickets, fans must register with Verified Fan to purchase. Buying tickets through Verified Fan is a unique process where registration does not guarantee tickets.
Registration is held in three groups, which are groups A-C. Group A will open on Feb. 2. Group B will open on Feb. 9, and Group C on Feb. 16.
Registration begins at 11:59 p.m. EST.
Beyoncé isn’t the only superstar headed on tour. Lil Wayne announced on Jan. 31 that he is hitting the road on his “Welcome To Tha Carter” Tour starting in April.
He announced his North American tour with a stop in Toronto on Instagram. The tour ends in mid-May in Los Angeles.
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