A new Renaissance strikes: Beyoncé’s world tour


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Beyoncé kicks off her Renaissance World Tour on May 10th.

Sam Dare, Staff Writer

With the release of her critically acclaimed album “Renaissance,” Beyoncé will embark on her Renaissance World Tour in May. This marks her first official concert tour since The Formation World Tour in 2016. She will perform 57 shows in 12 countries throughout the 140-day tour.

The tour begins in Stockholm, Sweden on May 10 and remains in Europe until June 28th when she performs her final show in Warsaw, Poland. She then begins the next phase of her tour with a show in Toronto, Canada on July 8th and finally wraps the tour on September 27th at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Beyoncé’s immense worldwide fame has already influenced people all over the world to buy tickets. Here’s how to get your hands on some: 

Beyoncé will perform a few local shows during her tour. On July 15th, she graces Nashville, Tennessee with her presence at Nissan Stadium. You can get tickets here. It’s a decent drive from Cary, but anything is worth it for Queen Bey.

She plays two shows on August 5th and 6th in Landover, Maryland at FedExField, about half the drive from Cary to Nashville. Tickets for the 5th are here, and for the 6th are here. If you miss out on those, don’t fret because three days later, on August 9th, Beyoncé will bring the full force of the Renaissance World Tour to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. Tickets are here.

If you are a procrastinator and take your time before buying tickets only to find out they’re sold out, you still have hope. On August 11th, 12th, and 14th, Beyoncé will play at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.You can get tickets here for the 11th, here for the 12th, and here for the 14th. 

Beyoncé touring is a rare thing, so take advantage while you can. Get ready to grab some tickets and go see Beyoncé!