Beyoncé Announces 2023 Renaissance World Tour

Wednesday morning (Feb. 1), Beyoncé announced a 2023 world tour for her latest LP, Renaissance. The trek marks the singer’s first solo tour since 2016.

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The tour will kick off with a European and UK leg in May. Her first date overseas will be in Stockholm on May 10. Other stops along the way will be in Brussels, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Sunderland, and Paris. She will spend three nights at London’s Tottenham Hotspur stadium on May 29, 30, and June 2.

In July, Beyoncé will head back home for the North American leg, starting in Toronto, Canada on July 8. She is also slated to appear in Philadelphia, Louisville, Chicago, New York, Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston, and more. The North American leg will come to a close in New Orleans on Sept. 27.

Information on tickets has not yet been released, including when they are going on sale. Her tour website only indicates that more news will come “soon.” Find the full tour dates below.

Last month, Beyoncé performed her first concert in four years in Dubai for the launch of a luxury hotel. No material from Renaissance was performed.

Her daughter, Blue Ivy, joined her onstage for a rendition of “Brown Skin Girl.” Elsewhere she performed Etta James’ “At Last,” “XO,” “Halo,” “Crazy In Love,” “Naughty Girl” and “Drunk In Love.”

Beyoncé UK, Europe, and North America 2023 Renaissance Tour:

10 – Stockholm, Sweden, Friends Arena
14 – Brussels, Belgium, Baudoin Stadium
17 – Cardiff, UK, Principality Stadium
20 – Edinburgh, UK, Murrayfield
23 – Sunderland, UK, Stadium Of Light
26 – Paris, France, Stade De France
29 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
30 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

02 – London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
06 – Lyon, France, Groupama Stadium
08 – Barcelona, Spain, Olympic Stadium
11 – Marseille, France, Orange Vélodrome
15 – Cologne, Germany, De Rheinenergiestadion
17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, JC Arena
18 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, JC Arena
21 – Hamburg, Germany, De Volksparkstadion
24 – Frankfurt, Germany, De Deutsche Bank Park
27 – Warsaw, Poland, PGE Nardowy

08 – Toronto, Canda, Rogers Centre
09 – Toronto, Canda, Rogers Centre
12 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lincoln Financial Field
15 – Nashville, Tennessee, Nissan Stadium
17 – Louisville, Kentucky, Cardinal Stadium
20 – Minneapolis, Minnesota, Hungtington Bank Stadium
22 – Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field
26 – Detroit, Michigan, Ford Field
29 – New York, New York, Metlife Stadium
30 – New York, New York, Metlife Stadium

01 – Boston, Massachusetts, Gillette Stadium
03 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Heinz Field
05 – Washington, DC, Fedex Field
09 – Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank Of America Stadium
11 – Atlanta, Georgia, Mercedes Benz Stadium
16 – Tampa, Florida, Raymond James Stadium
18 – Miami, Florida, Hard Rock Stadium
21 – St. Louis, Missouri, Dome At Americas Cente
24 – Phoenix, Arizona, State Farm Stadium
26 – Las Vegas, Nevada, Allegiant Stadium
30 – San Francisco, California, Levi’s Stadium

02 – Los Angeles, California, Sofi Stadium
03 – Los Angeles, California, Sofi Stadium
11 – Vancouver, Canada, BC Place
13 – Seattle, Washington, Lumen Field
18 – Kansas City, Kansas, Arrowhead Stadium
21 – Dallas, Texas, AT&T Stadium
23 – Houston, Texas, NRG Stadium
27 – New Orleans, Louisiana, Caesars Superdome

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