Beyoncé Is Planning An Epic ‘Renaissance’ Tour, Prompting Beyhive To Begin Strategizing And Saving Coins
'Renaissance' will be coming to an arena or stadium near you!
by Kui Mwai
September 23, 2022 at 6:54 pm
The insider shared that the “Break My Soul” belter is already securing dates and booking stadiums around the world. Another source added that fans should expect an official announcement in the next few weeks.
However, Beyoncé’s reps have not responded to Page Six’s request for comment.
Twitter is buzzing with excitement following the news. Many are getting their bank accounts ready and speculating how tough it may be to secure tickets.
“I don’t care how much Beyoncé tour tickets cost…I’m ready,” another added.
I don’t care how much Beyoncé tour tickets cost…I’m ready pic.twitter.com/KSmfPeVh01
— Nicolas is in renaissance (@niggaolas) September 22, 2022
A Beyoncé fan account urged the BeyHive to get their financials in order ahead of the official announcement of the tour.
“Get your Beyoncé funds prepared!! A TOUR IS COMING,” they tweeted.
Get your Beyoncé funds prepared!!
A TOUR IS COMING pic.twitter.com/oOE76W4VOt
— RENAISSANCE Updates (@B7Album) September 22, 2022
One user is already predicting how hard it will be to secure tickets.
“And if Beyoncé texts a presale access code for #BeyHive for the #Renaissance World Tour… do NOT share it on here. Tickets gonna be hard to get. Do not give resellers a one up on us!” they wrote.
— 𝑀𝒶𝓃ï 𝒾𝓈 𝒶 𝒯𝐻𝐼𝒬𝒰𝐸 𝒞𝐻𝒰𝑅𝒞𝐻 𝒢𝐼𝑅𝐿 (@MsNiaImani) September 22, 2022
And another suspects the second iteration of Renaissance may be coming soon.
“Beyoncé is COMING! I also think since the tour is coming next summer, Act II will be released soon!” they tweeted.
Beyoncé is COMING! I also think since the tour is coming next summer, Act II will be released soon! https://t.co/W84fTaVRpR
— 𝙱𝚎𝚌𝚌𝚊. (@MJFINESSELOVER) September 22, 2022
It’ll be tough to top the album’s first act, but knowing Queen Bey, she’ll probably do just that. The 41-year-old shared what inspired the Renaissance trilogy, and what it means to her
“Creating [Renaissance] allowed me a place to dream and to find escape during a scary time for the world,” she wrote when she announced the project on Instagram in June. “It allowed me to feel free and adventurous in a time when little else was moving.”
Next summer will be the first time the Grammy Award-winner has been on tour in years. She last graced stages around the world in 2018 with her husband, Jay Z, to perform their album, Everything Is Love.
It’s been even longer since Beyoncé toured on her own. The last time was back in 2016, for her Formation world tour.