Beyoncé announces 2023 ‘Renaissance’ world tour: Where to buy tickets
Alert the BeyHive. This is not a drill. Beyoncé has just announced a world tour. Eeeep!!
Beyonce dropped the bombshell this morning via an Insta post announcing a ‘Renaissance’ 2023 world tour for her latest RENAISSANCE' album, which dropped late last year and has since been dubbed Rolling Stone’s “Number 1 album of 2022”.
When do Beyoncé Renaissance World Tour tickets go on sale?
This will be the first time Bey has toured since her On the Run tour across North America and Europe in 2018. And, if she brings the tour Down Under, it’ll be her first time performing in Oz since her Mrs. Carter Show tour in 2013.
Set to kick off in Europe this May, the tour will then make its way to North America on the 8th of July, with “more to come”.
At this stage, there’s no word on any Aussie tour dates (fingers crossed), but we’ll be first to tell you when she does. Here’s what we do know:
Australian tour dates haven’t been confirmed as of yet – so for now, it’s a waiting game. We’ll update this page as soon as we have more information.
We do, however, have some insight into Beyonce’s North American and European tour legs…
Tickets for Beyonce’s North American concerts:
If you’re a real hardcore fan or just happen to be in North America this July, then good news – tickets are set to go on sale for Beyonce’s North American leg of the tour this February 2023. So keep your eyes peeled.
According to Ticketmaster (US), “Beyoncé is distributing tickets in three different Verified Fan sales: BeyHive Presale powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan; Citi Presale powered by Verified Fan and the General Verified Fan Onsale. Additionally, there will be a Verizon Up Presale. Registration windows vary by city, so check the schedule below and be sure to note when the window closes for the show you’re interested in attending.”
This could potentially give some indication as to how ticket sales could be structured for Beyonce’s unconfirmed Aussie tour dates.
Tickets for Beyonce’s European concerts:
Tickets for Beyonce’s European leg of her world tour are set to go on sale in early February over at Ticketmaster – for anyone who’s headed to Europe this May.
Beyonce making headlines: Dubai performance
This isn’t the first we’ve heard of Beyonce in the press as of late. “Leaked” footage of Queen B herself performing at a private function in Dubai has circled the web over the past week.
Beyoncé was allegedly paid $24 million to perform a one-hour concert at the opening of the brand new Atlantis The Royal hotel in Dubai. The event was said to have a “no-phone” policy – however, footage of the star’s stellar performance inevitably got out.
At the event, Beyonce performed an acapella rendition of her 2013 hit song ‘Drunk In Love’ which generated a lot of buzz. So much so that it (like most good things nowadays) went on to become a viral TikTok trend.
@hypebae Now this is how you end a concert. 👀🤯 Queen @beyonce still has the internet in a chokehold from her recent performance in Dubai. 😩🔥 For full details check out the link in our bio. (Video: @creambakery) #dubai #beyonce #beyoncedubai #hypebae ♬ original sound - HYPEBAE
Since the Dubai performance, TikTok ‘For you pages’ around the globe have been flooded with covers of Beyonce’s acapella version of ‘Drunk in love’.
@kiranandnivi This was unreal 🥺 #beyonce #drunkinlove #dubai #singing #harmony #acapella #fyp #voiceeffects ♬ original sound - Kiran + Nivi
However, if attendees of the event were hoping for a taste of her latest works – they would’ve been disappointed as she didn’t perform anything from her RENAISSANCE album.
We’ll be updating this page as soon as news breaks about any Australian Renaissance World Tour dates, so stay tuned!