Music superstar Beyoncé announced on Instagram Wednesday morning her world tour to support her seventh studio album Renaissance, making her way to Brussels on 14 May to perform at the King Baudoin Stadium.
The Renaissance tour will be Beyoncé's first long tour since her On The Run tour in 2014 where she made 48 stops across the United States. The tour will begin in Stockholm, Sweden on 10 May to then tour the rest of Europe and from there, go on to the United States and Canada.
The pre-sale for tickets will test Ticketmaster as the worldwide BeyHive will be trying to buy tickets. After the botched sale of Taylor Swift's concert, the US Senate Judiciary housed a hearing last month and named Live Nation as a monopoly that hinders competition and harms consumers.
The Rolling Stone writes that the Renaissance tour is a "saving grace for a starved BeyHive." This tour will be the first time since 2016 that Beyoncé has headlined a solo world tour.
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The album was inspired by the LGBTQ+ community and is described as a dance-oriented album. Her album has resulted in Beyoncé getting nominated nine times at the Grammy Awards. The American artists recorded her album during the pandemic as a three part act, Renaissance being Act I.
Those who are looking to purchase concert tickets can go to Beyoncé's official website and register for the presale that will take place 2 February beginning at 11:00am.