The international superstar singer, Beyoncé has announced her highly anticipated “Renaissance” world tour dates on Wednesday via her social media.
According to her official website, the tour will kick off in May at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden and wind through Europe before hitting Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia in July.
The dates currently listed have the tour wrapping up in September at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans.
“Renaissance,” the Grammy winner’s seventh album, dropped to much acclaim in July and her devoted fan base, the Bey Hive, has been waiting on word of a tour since then.
Her last worldwide tour was “On the Run II” in 2018, which featured her and her husband, Rapper Jay-Z, on 48 stops across North America and Europe.
Speculation that a new tour announcement was coming reached a fevered pitch after Beyoncé recently performed and private concert at the Atlantis The Royal resort in Dubai.
Her “Renaissance” album is up for several Grammy Awards, taking place Sunday in Los Angeles.
Here are the venues and locations;
- May 10: Stockholm, SE (Friends Arena)
- May 14: Brussels, BE (Baudoin Stadium)
- May 17: Cardiff, UK (Principality Stadium)
- May 20: Edinburgh, UK (Murrayfield)
- May 23: Sunderland, UK (Stadium of Light)
- May 26: Paris, FR (Stade de France)
- May 29: London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
- May 30: London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
- June 6: Lyon, FR (Groupama Stadium)
- June 8: Barcelona, SP (Olympic Stadium)
- June 11: Marseille, FR (Orange Vélodrome)
- June 15: Cologne, DE (Rheinenergiestadion)
- June 17: Amsterdam, NL (JC Arena)
- June 18: Amsterdam, NL (JC Arena)
- June 21: Hamburg, DE (Volksparkstadion)
- June 24: Frankfurt, DE (Deutsche Bank Park)
- June 27: Warsaw, PL (Pge Nardowy)
- July 8: Toronto, CA (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)
- July 26: Detroit, MI (Ford Field)
- July 29: East Rutherford, NJ (Metlife Stadium)
- Aug. 1: Boston, MA (Gillette Stadium)
- Aug. 3: Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Field)
- Aug. 5: Washington, DC (FedEx Field)
- Aug. 9: 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, MI (Dome at Americas Center)
- Aug. 24: Phoenix, AZ (State Farm Stadium)
- Aug. 26: Las Vegas, NV (Allegiant Stadium)
- Aug. 30: San Francisco, CA (Levi’s Stadium)
- Sept. 2: 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)