Beyonce, one of the biggest names in the music industry, has announced Beyonce World Tour 2023. It is the first world tour of famous artists since 2016 and fans are beyond excited. The pop star surprised fans with a simple Instagram post on February 1st, 2023 with the caption “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR 2023”, which has sent the pop culture world into a frenzy.
Beyonce World Tour 2023 is in support of her latest album, “Renaissance”, which was released in July 2022 and is up for nine Grammy nominations. Although no music videos have been released yet, fans will soon have the opportunity to see the new tracks performed live on the tour.
The Beyonce World Tour 2023 will be a 43-city tour, starting with a European leg in Stockholm, Sweden on May 10th, 2023. The tour will cover cities such as Edinburgh, Sunderland, Warsaw, and Barcelona. The North American leg will commence in Toronto on July 8th and will move to the US on July 12th, starting with a show in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field. The four-month tour will come to an end on September 27th in New Orleans LA Caesers Superdrome. Although Beyonce has kept the details of the tour under wraps, fans can expect a spectacular show.
Beyonce World Tour 2023 ticket prices
As far as ticket prices go, the general sale of tickets will commence on February 7th, 2023, and will be sold through Ticketmaster. However, prices are not yet listed and tickets are not yet available for purchase. For those who want to secure their seats in advance, tickets can be purchased on secondary market ticketing platforms such as SeatGeek and Vivid Seats. These platforms are known for offering safe and secure transactions, with a 100% buyer guarantee.
However, it should be noted that prices on these platforms may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand. Currently, the ticket prices are set from around $567 for the top tier, and $1,500 to $2,000 for a lower tier seat. The front of the standing tier appears to be priced from around $4,000 to $6,000. It should be noted that these prices may change due to demand and may not reflect the general sale ticket prices.
Beyonce World Tour 2023 dates
The Renaissance World Tour will be a four-month extravaganza, visiting cities across Europe and North America. The European leg of the tour will kick off in Stockholm, Sweden on May 10th, 2023, and will cover cities such as Edinburgh, Sunderland, Paris, London, and Barcelona.
The North American leg will commence in Toronto on July 7th and will move to the US on July 12th, starting with a show in Philadelphia. The tour will cover cities such as Nashville, Louisville, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Washington D.C., Charlotte, Atlanta, Tampa, Miami, St. Louis, Glendale, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Kansas City, Dallas, Houston, and will come to an end in New Orleans on September 27th.
How to get Beyonce o2 priority tickets?
Beyonce is managing her ticket presale using Verified Fan for the North American leg of the Renaissance tour. To ensure that only die-hard fans can obtain o2 priority tickets. This decision is probably about the debacle between Ticketmaster and Taylor Swift.
Your seat on the Renaissance tour is not guaranteed just because you registered for the presale. There will be more demand than tickets available, according to Ticketmaster. As a result, the distribution of the Verified Fan presale o2 priority tickets will take the form of a lottery. A special code will be provided to some BeyHive members, giving them entry to this presale. There will be a waitlist for others.
In conclusion, Beyonce World Tour 2023 is set to be one of the biggest tours of the year. With her first world tour since 2016, fans are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to see their favorite artist perform live. The tour will kick off in Europe on May 10th, 2023, and will cover 43 cities across Europe and North America. Although the general sale of tickets will commence on February 7th, 2023, tickets can also be purchased in advance through secondary market ticketing platforms. Fans should be prepared for high ticket prices due to demand, with top-tier tickets starting from around $567 and front-of-the-standing tier tickets priced from around $4,000 to $6,000.