Beyoncé announces ‘Renaissance’ world tour – but will Australia make the cut?


Beyoncé has triggered madness among her cult following as she announced 47 tour dates for her highly anticipated world tour “Renaissance.”

The 41-year-old superstar took to Instagram with a peak Beyoncé post to confirm her much anticipated return tour.

‘Coming soon’

The tour, which coincides with Beyoncé’s album, Renaissance, will kick off in May in Stockholm, and the European tour stops will see the singer perform in cities like Brussels, Paris, London, Barcelona and Amsterdam.

The American leg of the tour is scheduled to begin in May in Philadelphia before Chicago, New York, Miami, Las Vegas and her hometown, Houston.

Beyoncé will perform in 12 countries as part of the Renaissance tour. The Australian dates are yet to be announced, however it’s understood their release is imminent.

Tickets will be available “soon,” according to the singer’s website.


Key Background

Beyoncé last hit the road for a tour in 2018, when she and husband, Jay-Z, launched “On The Run II” and performed 48 shows across the world.

It was the third-highest-grossing tour of the year, according to Billboard, which estimated it brought in around US$253.5 million and sold more than 2 million tickets.

“Renaissance” is Beyoncé’s first solo tour since “The Formation World Tour” in 2016, which grossed US$256 million according to Billboard.

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