Beyoncé Reveals ‘Renaissance’ 2023 World Tour Dates

Beyoncé announces the Renaissance World Tour, sharing the news on her Instagram.

The tour will be Bey’s first since her 2018 On the Run outing with husband Jay-Z and her first solo tour in more than six years. Ticket sales for the Live Nation-promoted tour produced by Parkwood Entertainment will kick off with a Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Registration for the North American dates, which is open now and closes at different times based on the city (click here for details on Verified fan and on-sale dates for European shows.) There will also be a Citi presale using Verified Fan as well as a Verizon Up presale.

Reaction from fans lead to the singer trending on Twitter. People are posting about their bank accounts and making jokes at Ticketmaster’s expense. All are in hopes of avoiding issues with scalpers, bots, dynamic pricing, overcrowded presales and so on.

Check out U.S. and Canada dates for the Renaissance World Tour below and European dates here. Good luck on getting tickets.

July 8 — Toronto, CAN — Rogers Centre
July 12 — Philadelphia, PA — Lincoln Financial Field
July 15 — Nashville, TN — Nissan Stadium
July 17 — Louisville, KY — L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium
July 20 — Minneapolis, MN — Huntington Bank Stadium
July 22 — Chicago, IL — Soldier Field Stadium
July 26 — Detroit, MI — Ford Field
July 29 — East Rutherford, NJ — MetLife Stadium
Aug. 01 — Boston, MA — Gillette Stadium
Aug. 03 — Pittsburgh, PA — Acrisure Stadiuma
Aug. 05 — Washington, DC — Fedex Field
Aug. 09 — Charlotte, NC — Bank of America Stadium
Aug. 11 — Atlanta, GA — Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Aug. 16 — Tampa, FL — Raymond James Stadium
Aug. 18 — Miami, FL — Hard Rock Stadium
Aug. 21 — St. Louis, MO — Dome At America’s Center
Aug. 24 — Phoenix, AR — State Farm Stadium
Aug. 26 — Las Vegas, NV — Allegiant Stadium
Aug. 30 — San Francisco, CA — Lebi’s Stadium
Sept. 02 — Inglewood, CA — Sofi Stadium
Sept. 11 — Vancouver, CA — BC Place
Sept. 13 — Seattle, WA — Lumen Field
Sept. 18 — Kansas City, MO — Arrowhead Stadium
Sept. 21 — Dallas, TX — AT&T Stadium
Sept. 23 — Houston, TX — NRG Stadium
Sept. 27 — New Orleans, LA — Caesars Superdome

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