Beyoncé Kicks Off North American Leg of Renaissance World Tour

18th July 2023 | Category: Concerts

The 29-time Grammy winner Beyoncé has finally wrapped up the European part of her Renaissance World Tour. The much-acclaimed tour has been garnering a lot of buzz online, with numerous recordings and clips showing Bey’s dedication to the promotion of her latest album Renaissance.

As Taylor Swift moves her show outside the USA and starts touring across Europe, South America and Asia, Beyoncé gets ready to conquer the US audience. The first show was in Toronto, on July 9.

About the Tour

Renaissance World Tour is the first world tour for the songstress since 2016. The last tour was called The Formation Tour and was the seventh concert tour done to promote Beyonce’s sixth studio album Lemonade.

Renaissance World Tour officially began on May 1, 2023, in Stockholm, Sweden. The singer opened the tour in Europe, and with the second half of the tour taking place in North America.

Overall, the concert consists of six stages, or six acts, each representing a part of the Renaissance album. However, in-between the acts, Bey also performs her previous hits and legendary jams from across her discography. This tour is considered one of the best tours she has ever done, garnering a lot of praise both for the visual aspects, the concept, and production.

An interesting thing about the tour is that it is also the first tour that the audience got to see Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy, who has made her guest appearance on a number of shows by participating as a backup dancer. The 11-year-old is not a regular dancer, though – she hasn’t appeared in every show so far. Nevertheless, she has become a firm fan-favourite, with thousands of fans bringing various gifts and signs in support of Blue Ivy (such as blue balloons, etc.). Blue Ivy has also become a star on TikTok where videos of her dancing on the tour went viral.

First Stop: Toronto

The first show in North America was a two-day celebration of Beyoncé and her genius in Toronto. The crowds were amazed, and even the singer herself was amazed by the audience and the love that she got from them.

After two days there, she quickly rested and got ready for the next shows: this time, it was Philadelphia time, taking place on July 12.

Again, a festival of splendour, upbeat, sexy vibes, and most importantly, a celebration of what it means to be a woman – and what it means to be a Beyoncé.

The next stop on the tour was Nashville, taking place on July 15.

Remaining Renaissance Tour Dates

These are just the beginning of the amazing world tour that is set to last well into October 2023. Here is the full list of all concerts that Beyoncé announced as part of her Renaissance World Tour promoting the Renaissance album.

Check out the full list of Renaissance World Tour dates below, and you can purchase the tickets for the tour RIGHT HERE.

  • Louisville, KY: July 17, 2023 (L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium)
  • Minneapolis, MN: July 20, 2023 (Huntington Bank Stadium)
  • Chicago, IL: July 22 and 23, 2023 (Soldier Field)
  • Detroit, MI: July 26, 2023 (Ford Field)
  • East Rutherford, NJ: July 29 and 30, 2023(MetLife Stadium)
  • Foxborough, MA: August 1, 2023 (Gillette Stadium)
  • Landover, MD: August 5 and 6, 2023 (FedExField)
  • Charlotte, NC: August 9, 2023 (Bank of America Stadium)
  • Atlanta, GA: August 11, 12, and 14, 2023 (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
  • Tampa, FL: August 16, 2023 (Raymond James Stadium)
  • Miami Gardens, FL: August 18, 2023 (Hard Rock Stadium)
  • Louis, MO: August 21, 2023 (The Dome at America’s Center)
  • Glendale, AZ: August 24, 2023 (State Farm Stadium)
  • Las Vegas, NV: August 26 and 17, 2023 (Allegiant Stadium)
  • Santa Clara, CA: August 30, 2023 (Levi’s Stadium)
  • Inglewood, CA: September 1, 2, and 4, 2023 (SoFi Stadium)
  • Vancouver, BC: September 11, 2023 (BC Place)
  • Seattle, WA: September 14, 2023 (Lumen Field)
  • Arlington, TX: September 21, 2023 (AT&T Stadium)
  • Houston, TX: September 23 and 24, 2023 (NRG Stadium)
  • New Orleans, LA: September 27, 2023 (Caesars Superdome)
  • Kansas City, MO: October 1, 2023 (GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium)

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