According to reports, Rihanna is planning a 2023 stadium tour.
Her February 12, 2023, performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show will reportedly serve as the setting for the engagement, as reported by HITS Daily Double. Immediately upon the revelation that she would perform at the Halftime Show, the ANTI singer reportedly returned to the studio to resume recording, using the show as a “relaunch” for her music career. It’s said that Rih has enough unfinished songs for an entire album, but she’s been sitting on them because she doesn’t want to risk damaging her reputation with bad stuff. But “maintaining her relevance and helping her brand continue to flourish,” as the article puts it, maybe possible with her return to music.
There has been a long and storied history of Rihanna tours.
The most successful tours Rihanna has ever had are described here.
· 2016: Anti World Tour
· 2013: Diamonds World Tour
· 2011: Loud Tour
· 2010-2011: Last Girl on Earth Tour
· 2007-2009: Good Girl Gone Bad Tour
Who knows Rihanna’s setlist?
Although her setlist may change slightly depending on the location, Rihanna is expected to perform the following songs:
· Love the Way You Lie (Part II)
· Birthday Cake
· Pour It Up
· Bitch Better Have My Money
· Live Your Life
· Run This Town (JAY-Z cover)
· All of the Lights (Kanye West cover)
· Man Down
· Rude Boy
· Take Care (Drake cover)
· We Found Love (Calvin Harris cover)
· Where Have You Been
· Needed Me
· Same Ol’ Mistakes
· FourFiveSeconds (Rihanna and Kanye West and Paul McCartney cover)
· Love on the Brain
· Kiss It Better
The length of Rihanna’s concerts.
Concerts typically run for three to four hours. However, this schedule is highly flexible and may change depending on various elements such as the headliner, supporting acts, encores, etc. The average length of a Rihanna concert is three hours.
Where can I find out how much Rihanna concert tickets cost?
The price of a secondary market ticket to see Rihanna might change for many reasons. Tickets to see Rihanna may be had for as little as $95, with the average costing $145.
Where to buy tickets?
Stubhub, SeatGeeek, Vividseats, Viagigo, Livenation, Ticketmaster and Ticketnetwork are some of the best place to buy Rihanna concert tickets.
Barbados-born pop star Rihanna holds the record for the most consecutive No. 1 single debuts on the Billboard Hot 100 by a solo artist, with 13. She has also won eight Grammy Awards, eight American Music Awards, twenty-three Billboard Music Awards, and two Brit Awards.
In 2003, she met record producer Evan Rogers and created a demo tape, picked up by Def Jam Recordings, which led to an audition with Jay Z and resulted in a contract. Her albums “A Girl Like Me” and “Music of the Sun” charted on the US Billboard 200.
The hit “Umbrella” from her 2007 third studio album “Good Girl Gone Bad” launched her into the public eye, and she received nine Grammy Award nominations that year. After the success of ‘Unapologetic,’ in 2012, she released ‘Rated R,’ ‘Loud,’ and ‘Talk That Talk,’ all of which went platinum, and ‘Unapologetic’ debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Rihanna signed with Roc Nation after she departed Def Jam in 2014.