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Beyoncé has officially announced that she’s going to embark on a 43-date world tour this year in support of her Grammy-nominated 2022 album entitled “RENAISSANCE”.

The hugely anticipated tour will begin on May 10 at Stockholm’s Friends Arena before working its way through stadiums in Europe and the UK over the course of spring and summer. The tour’s North American leg starts on 7 July in Toronto, and continues through to the autumn, with a concluding date set for 27 September at New Orleans’ Caesars Superdome.

Taking to Instagram on Wednesday morning (February 1), Beyoncé made the announcement under a close-up picture from the album’s artwork shoot, writing “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR 2023.” The tour will start with a slew of European shows in May, followed by stops in Canada and the United States that run from early July through late September. Notably, the “RENAISSANCE World Tour” will mark Bey’s first since her 2018 co-headlining “On The Run II Tour” with husband Jay-Z and her first solo tour since the “Formation World Tour” in 2016.


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See the full schedule for Beyoncé’s “RENAISSANCE World Tour” below.

05-10 Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
05-14 Brussels, Belgium – Baudoin Stadium
05-17 Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
05-20 Edinburgh, Scotland – Murrayfield
05-23 Sunderland, England – Stadium of Light
05-26 Paris, France – Stade de France
05-29 London, England – Tottenham Hotspur
05-30 London, England – Tottenham Hotspur
06-06 Lyon, France – Groupama Stadium
06-08 Barcelona, Spain – Olympic Stadium
06-11 Marseille, France – Orange Velodrome
06-15 Cologne, Germany – Rheinenergiestadion
06-17 Amsterdam, Netherlands – JC Arena
06-21 Hamburg, Germany – Volksparkstadion
06-24 Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
06-27 Warsaw, Poland – PGE Nardowy
07-08 Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
07-09 Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
07-12 Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
07-15 Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium
07-17 Louisville, KY – Cardinal Stadium
07-20 Minneapolis, MN – Huntington Bank Stadium
07-22 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
07-26 Detroit, MI – Ford Field
07-29 East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
08-01 Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium
08-03 Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Stadium
08-05 Washington, D.C. – FedEx Field
08-09 Charlotte, NC – Bank of America Stadium
08-11 Atlanta, GA – Mercedes Benz Stadium
08-16 Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium
08-18 Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium
08-21 St Louis, MO – Dome at America’s Center
08-24 Glendale, AZ – State Farm Stadium
08-26 Las Vegas, NV – Allegiant Stadium
08-30 San Francisco, CA – Levi’s Stadium
09-02 Inglewood, CA – SoFi Stadium
09-11 Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place
09-13 Seattle, WA – Lumen Field
09-18 Kansas City, MO – Arrowhead Stadium
09-21 Dallas, TX – AT&T Stadium
09-23 Houston, TX – NRG Stadium
09-27 New Orleans, LA – Caesars Superdome

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