Beyonce, world tour, Renaissance, Grammy Awards

Beyonce’s world tour date announcement is breaking the internet. Image: @beyonce | Instagram.

Beyonce announces ‘Renaissance’ world tour dates, snubs SA

World domination! Beyonce is breaking the internet with the announcement of her Renaissance world tour dates.

Beyonce, world tour, Renaissance, Grammy Awards

Beyonce’s world tour date announcement is breaking the internet. Image: @beyonce | Instagram.

Beyonce fans are in a frenzy after Queen B’s official announcement of the dates of her Renaissance world tour dates. One thing is guaranteed…tickets will sell out fast. Super fast…

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The Grammy winner took to Instagram to announce her highly anticipated 2023 world tour, supporting her multiple Grammy-nominated 2022 album, Renaissance

Beyonce made the announcement days before the Grammy Awards, fueling rumours that she might be performing at the glitzy ceremony on Sunday 5 February.

With nine nominations, Queen B is the most nominated artist at this year’s Grammys.

She has been nominated for Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Song Written for Visual Media, Best Dance Recording, Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Best Dance/Electronic Album.

She now boasts 88 Grammy nominations in total throughout her career, tying with her with rapper husband, Jay-Z, as the most-nominated artists of all time, reports.

The tour dates released on Beyonce’s website include concerts in Stockholm, Brussels, London, Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles and Nashville.

The tour starts on 10 May and will run until 27 September.

No South African dates have been released as yet and we can only hold thumbs.


After four years, Beyonce finally returned to the stage for a special concert to launch the new Atlantis the Royal Resort in Dubai.

The event was invite-only, and Beyoncé performed songs she rarely does onstage. The show even included a duet with daughter Blue Ivy Carter, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

When the singer did not include any songs from her Renaissance album, fans started speculating that she might be keeping the songs for her world tour or perhaps the Grammys.

As Beyonce previously said, ‘Renaissance’ is a three-part project. So, there might be another album, a video or performance on the cards.

The singer’s last full tour was the nearly six-month, 49-date “Formation” tour in 2016, which unusually featured no guest appearances until the final show, at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, where she brought out Kendrick Lamar and Jay-Z, Variety reports.

Beyonce, Renaissance, world tour, dates
Queen B is getting ready for her world tour. Are you ready? Image: @beyonce | Instagram.

In 2018 she went all out during her “Homecoming” headlining performance at the 2018 Coachella festival. She was supposed to perform in 2017, but postponed the performance due to the birth of her and Jay Z’s twins.

The performance was later released as the “Homecoming” album and a Netflix feature-length documentary, Variety reports.

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