Beyoncé announces Renaissance World Tour dates

Beyoncé has announced her much-anticipated Renaissance tour dates.

Beyoncé has confirmed details of the much-anticipated Renaissance World Tour.

The pop icon will embark on the world stadium tour in 2023 with dates planned for the UK, Europe and North America.

Fans will be able get their hands on tickets from and

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The singer finally revealed details of the tour after rumours were circulating among fans on social media.

She posted an an image sitting on top of the disco ball horse from her album cover, wearing a cowboy hat with the caption: “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR 2023”.

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Beyoncé will kick off the tour in Stockholm on 10 May then play dates across the UK and Europe including London’s Tottenham Stadium for four nights.

The tour will then head to North America, starting at Toronto’s Rogers Centre in July for two nights and finishing up in New Orleans on 27 September.

It will be in support of her acclaimed seventh album also titled, Renaissance.

The LP was released last July and led by hit single “Break My Soul”, which sampled Big Freedia and house classic “Show Me Love”.

The number one album also features tracks including “Cuff It”, “Alien Superstar” and “Virgo’s Groove” and it’s since been nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards.

Renaissance is a love letter to the Black LGBTQ+ community, with the singer dedicating the album to her late uncle Johnny, “the most fabulous gay man” she knew, who served as inspiration for the project.

The album’s dedication section reads: “Thank you to all of the pioneers who originate culture, to all of the fallen angels whose contributions have gone unrecognised for far too long.”

You can find out how to get tickets, presale info and more below.

When do Beyoncé tickets go on sale?

If you’re in the UK they’ll go on general sale at 10am on Tuesday, 7 February via

While US fans can get tickets in the general sale at 10am local time on 7 February via

How do I get Beyoncé presale tickets?

In the UK an O2 priority sale takes place from 10am on Thursday, 2 February. This will be available via the O2 priority app which you can download if you’re an O2 mobile customer.

Also in the UK a Live Nation presale takes place at 10am on Friday, 3 February. To access this log in or sign up for free to Live Nation, then head to Beyoncé’s page to access presale tickets.

In the US a Ticketmaster Verified Fan Presale is taking place across various dates. You can sign up at, with closing dates as early as 2 February.

A BeyHive fan club presale will take place which you can sign up to at

This will take place from 9am on Monday, 6 February across all dates of the tour including UK, Europe and North America. You’ll be emailed details on how to access this presale.

For European presale info, fans can check individual listings for more information. You can find the full tour schedule below.

How much are tickets?

According to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium website they’ll start from £50. There will also be VIP packages available and a Club Renaissance pit.

Fans will have a better idea of pricing once tickets are released in the first presale this week. You can check out the standard seating chart for the Renaissance World Tour.

What are the Renaissance World Tour dates?

As confirmed by Beyoncé’s tour page, these are the official dates for the Renaissance World Tour.

  • 10 May – Stockholm, Friends Arena – tickets
  • 14 May – Brussels, Baudoin Stadium – tickets
  • 17 May – Cardiff, Principality Stadium – tickets
  • 20 May – Edinburgh, Murrayfield – tickets
  • 23 May – Sunderland, Stadium of Light – tickets
  • 26 May – Paris, Stade De France – tickets
  • 29 May – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – tickets
  • 30 May – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – tickets
  • 3 June – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – tickets
  • 4 June – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – tickets
  • 6 June – Lyon, Groupama Stadium – tickets
  • 8 June – Barcelona, Olympic Stadium – tickets
  • 11 June – Marseille, Orange Velodrome – tickets
  • 15 June – Cologne, Rheinenergiestadion – tickets
  • 17 June – Amsterdam, JC Arena – tickets
  • 21 June – Hamburg, Volksparkstadion – tickets
  • 24 June – Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank Park – tickets
  • 27 June – Warsaw, PGE Nardowy – tickets
  • 8-9 July – Toronto, Rogers Centre – tickets
  • 12 July – Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field – tickets
  • 15 July – Nashville, Nissan Stadium – tickets
  • 17 July – Louisville, Cardinal Stadium – tickets
  • 20 July – Minneapolis, Huntington Bank Stadium – tickets
  • 22-23 July – Chicago, Solider Field – tickets
  • 26 July – Detroit, Ford Field – tickets
  • 29-30 July – New York, Metlife Stadium – tickets
  • 1 August – Boston, Gillette Stadium – tickets
  • 3 August – Pittsburgh, Heinz Field – tickets
  • 5-6 August – Washington, Fedex Field – tickets
  • 9 August – Charlotte, Bank of America Stadium – tickets
  • 11-12 August – Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium – tickets
  • 16 August – Tampa, Raymond James Stadium – tickets
  • 18 August – Miami, Hard Rock Stadium – tickets
  • 21 August – St. Louis, Dome at America’s Center – tickets
  • 24 August – Phoenix, State Farm Stadium – tickets
  • 26 August – Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium – tickets
  • 30 August – San Francisco, Levi’s Stadium – tickets
  • 2-3 September – Los Angeles, Sofi Stadium – tickets
  • 11 September – Vancouver, BC Place – tickets
  • 13 September – Seattle, Lumen Field – tickets
  • 18 September – Kansas City, Arrowhead Stadium – tickets
  • 21 September – Dallas, AT&T Stadium – tickets
  • 23-24 September – Houston, NRG Stadium – tickets
  • 27 September – New Orleans, Ceasar’s Superdrome – tickets