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Beyoncé Tour 2023 : Where to buy tickets and Details

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It has been reported that Beyoncé will go on a tour supporting her Renaissance album in 2023.

Finally, at the end of July, the singer dropped her seventh solo studio album, which included the singles “Break My Soul,” “America Has a Problem,” and “Alien Superstar.”

While the release of Renaissance wasn’t without controversy—response Kelis’s to the album’s interpolation of her song “Milkshake” was met with backlash, and an ableist insult was edited out of the music “Heated”—the album ultimately proved to be a critical and commercial success.

That Beyoncé, who last toured a solo album in 2016 with Lemonade on the Formation World Tour, would be going on a stadium tour with Renaissance has been widely speculated for weeks.

Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and their eldest daughter Blue Ivy stated on October 22 that the album would be touring in 2019 during the fifth annual Wearable Art Gala.

Beyoncé, Mrs. Carter, and the rest of Destiny’s Child

To kick off her musical career, Beyoncé teamed up with Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland, Latavia Roberson, LeToya Luckett, and Farrah Franklin in 1990 to establish Girl’s Tyme, which later evolved into Destiny’s Child. In 1998, the band released their self-titled debut album under a big label. Their lead hit, No, No, No, was produced by Wyclef Jean and met with widespread acclaim. As a result of the success of Bills, Bills, Bills, and Say My Name, Destiny’s Child shot to stardom with the release of their second album, The Writing’s on the Wall. A duo or group vocal performance of “Survivor” from their third studio album took home the trophy for best R&B performance. Beyoncé’s solo career and her well-documented romance with rap mogul Jay-Z both began during the group’s sabbatical after this time. All three artists have written about the difficulties of their marriage, and in 2018 they released a collaborative album and went on a tour under the name The Carters.

First Row Seats for Beyoncé

Seeing Beyoncé from the ground level is an opportunity not to be missed. In many cases, floor or front-row seats are among the most expensive in the venue. Tickets to see Beyoncé could cost as much as $1,500 if they’re in a prime location.

A place to purchase Beyoncé concert tickets

Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Vividseats, Viagigo, Livenation, SeatGeek, and StubHub all sell tickets to forthcoming Beyoncé performances.

Songs and Setlists

· Crazy in Love

· Freedom

· Lift Every Voice and Sing (John Rosamond Johnson cover)

· Formation

· Sorry / Me, Myself & I

· Bow Down

· I Been On

· Drunk in Love

· Diva / Everybody Mad

· Flawless

· Brown Skin Girl (ft. Blue Ivy Carter, Wizkid, SAINt JHN)

· Feeling Myself (Nicki Minaj cover)

· Top Off (DJ Khaled cover)

· 7/11

· Bug-A-Boo Roll Call

· Party

· Don’t Hurt Yourself

· Who Taught You To Hate Yourself?

· I Care

· Blow / Hip-Hop Star

· Partition

· Yoncé

· Mi genté (Remix) (J Balvin & Willy William cover) (with J Balvin)

· Mine

· Baby Boy

· You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No) (Dawn Penn cover)

· Hold Up (contains elements of “Bam Bam”)

· Countdown

· Check on It

· Déjà Vu

· Déjà Vu / Green Light (with JAY’Z)

· The Buzz Interlude

· Run the World (Girls)

· We Should All Be Feminists

· Lose My Breath (Destiny’s Child song) (with Destiny’s Child)

· Say My Name (Destiny’s Child song)

· Soldier (Destiny’s Child song)

· Get Me Bodied

· Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)

· Love on Top 

· Shining

Last Lines

Beyoncé, the soulful member of Destiny’s Child, has sold over 100 million records and won 23 Grammys. She has had six solo studio albums certified platinum or higher by the RIAA. With the help of chart-topping pop singles like “Crazy in Love,” “Baby Boy,” and “Naughty Girl,” the legendary R&B queen made her independent debut with Dangerously in Love in 2003. B-Day, its 2006 follow-up, included Jay-Z collaborations such as “Deja Vu” and “Upgrade U,” both of which were well-received by critics.

Throughout her following three albums (I Am… Sasha Fierce, four, and Beyoncé), Beyoncé maintained her mainstream success and international recognition. Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) went viral in dance clubs thanks to these albums, and the accompanying tours received rave reviews. All 12 songs from Beyoncé’s sixth studio album, Lemonade, made it onto the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time in 2016, setting a new record.

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Written by Emil Hasibul

Emil Hasibul is the writer and founder of Vocal Bop, a website that provides news and concert tour related info, tickets guide & more. He is passionate about entertainment and culture, and loves to share his insights with his audience & now full-time, with a team of talented writers and editors who help him create engaging and informative articles.

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