This is not a drill: Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour Dates have been announced!
The Beyhive has been buzzing since Page Six sources teased in September 2022 that a Beyonce Renaissance Tour in Summer has been confirmed.
People are even more excited to see what Queen B has in store for her comeback tour after witnessing her lavish $24 million set in Dubai in January 2023.
Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour will be her first in four years, following her “On The Run” shows with her husband Jay Z in 2018.
With Beyonce’s Dubai performance, where she brought out Blue Ivy to perform their Grammy-winning song “Brown Skin Girl,” it’s possible that her daughter will appear in one or more of her Renaissance Tour dates.
Meanwhile, Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour guests have yet to be revealed, though the show could still go on without them.
Check out Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour dates below to see if she will be performing in your city or nearby state.
Dates for the 2023 Renaissance Tour in Europe:
- May 10 – Stockholm, SE, at Friends Arena
- May 14 – Brussels, BE, at King Baudouin Stadium
- May 17 – Cardiff, UK, at Cardiff Principality Stadium
- May 20 – Edinburgh, UK, at BT Murrayfield Stadium
- May 23 – Sunderland, UK, at Stadium of Light
- May 26 – Paris, FR at Stade de France
- May 29 – London, UK, at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- May 30 – London, UK, at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- Jun. 8 – Barcelona, ES, at Olympic Stadium
- Jun. 11 – Marseille, FR, at Orange Velodrome
- Jun. 15 – Cologne, DE, at Rhein Energie Stadion
- Jun. 17 – Amsterdam, NL, at Johan Cruijff Arena
- Jun. 21 – Hamburg, DE, at Volksparkstadion
- Jun. 24 – Frankfurt, DE, at Deutsche Bank Park
- Jun. 27 – Warsaw, PL, at PGE Narodowy
North American Renaissance Tour Dates 2023:
- Jul. 7 – Toronto, CA, at Rogers Centre
- Jul. 8 – Toronto, CA, at Rogers Centre
- Jul. 12 – Philadelphia, PA, at Lincoln Financial Field
- Jul. 15 – Nashville, TN, at Nissan Stadium
- Jul. 17 – Louisville, KY, at Cardinal Stadium
- Jul. 20 – Minneapolis, MN, at Huntington Bank Stadium
- Jul. 22 – Chicago, IL, at Soldier Field
- Jul. 26 – Detroit, MI, at Ford Field
- Jul. 29 – East Rutherford, NJ, at Metlife Stadium
- Jul. 30 – East Rutherford, NJ, at Metlife Stadium
- Aug. 1 – Boston, MA, at Gillette Stadium
- Aug. 3 – Pittsburgh, PA, at Heinz Field
- Aug. 5 – Washington, DC, at FedEx Field
- Aug. 9 – Charlotte, NC, at Bank Of America Stadium
- Aug. 11 – Atlanta, GA, at Mercedes Benz Stadium
- Aug. 16 – Tampa, FL, at Raymond James Stadium
- Aug. 18 – Miami, FL, at Hard Rock Stadium
- Aug. 21 – St. Louis, MI, at Dome at America’s Center
- Aug. 24 – Phoenix, AZ, at State Farm Stadium
- Aug. 26 – Las Vegas, NV, at Allegiant Stadium
- Aug. 30 – San Francisco, CA, at Levi’s Stadium
- Sep. 2 – Inglewood, CA, at Sofi Stadium
- Sep. 11 – Vancouver, BC, at BC Place
- Sep. 13 – Seattle, WA, at Lumen Field
- Sep. 18 – Kansas City, KS, at Arrowhead Stadium
- Sep. 21 – Dallas, TX, at AT&T Stadium
- Sep. 23 – Houston, TX, at NRG Stadium
- Sep. 27 – New Orleans, LA, at Caesars Superdome
Following Taylor Swift’s “The Eras” Tour’s disastrous Ticketmaster presale, Ticketmaster and Live Nation have released a FAQ page for Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour.