Beyoncé announces her “Renaissance” tour of the UK, Europe and North America in 2023

Beyoncè has announced a “Renaissance” world tour for 2023. More information and dates below.

The singer announced the news on her Instagram today (February 1) with the caption: “2023 REVIVAL WORLD TOUR.”

On May 10, the European and British leg of the stadium tour kicks off in Stockholm, which will continue in Brussels, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Sunderland and Paris, before three dates at Tottenham Hotspur’s London stadium on May 29, 30, and June 2 .

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The tour will continue in June with stops in Lyon, Barcelona, ​​Marseille, Cologne, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Warsaw.

Beginning in July, Beyoncè will embark on the North American leg of the tour, starting in Toronto, Canada on July 8, with stops in Philadelphia, Louisville, Chicago, New York, Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston and many more, before closing the tour in New Orleans on September 27th.

The singer has yet to announce when tickets will go on sale, and her tour website only indicates that it will be “soon”. Fans will be able to buy tickets for the UK concerts here and the US concerts here.

See below for the full tour schedule.

Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ Tour UK, Europe and North America 2023:


10 – Stockholm, Sweden, Friends Arena

14 – Brussels, Belgium, Baudoin Stadium

17 – Cardiff, United Kingdom, Principality State

20 – Edinburgh, United Kingdom, Murrayfield

23 – Sunderland, United Kingdom, Stadium Of Light

26 – Paris, France, Stade De France

29 – London, United Kingdom, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

30 – London, United Kingdom, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium


02 – London, United Kingdom, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

06 – Lyon, France, Groupama Stadium

08 – Barcelona, ​​Spain, Olympic Stadium

11 – Marseille, France, Orange Velodrome

15 – Cologne, Germany, Rheinenergiestadion

17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, JC Arena

18 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, JC Arena

21 – Hamburg, Germany, De Volksparkstadion

24 – Frankfurt, Germany, Park De Deutsche Bank

27 – Warsaw, Poland, PGE Nardowy


08 – Toronto, Canada, Rogers Centre

09 – Toronto, Canada, Rogers Centre

12 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lincoln Financial Field

15 – Nashville, TN, Nissan Stadium

17 – Louisville, Kentucky, Cardinals Stadium

20 – Minneapolis, Minnesota, Hungton Bank Stadium

22 – Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field

26 – Detroit, Mich. Ford Field

29 – New York, New York, Metlife Stadium

30 – New York, New York, Metlife Stadium


01 – Boston, Massachusetts, Gillette Stadium

03 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Heinz Field

05 – Washington, DC, Fedex Field

09 – Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank of America Stadium

11 – Atlanta, Georgia, Mercedes Benz Stadium

16 – Tampa, Florida, Raymond James Stadium

18 – Miami, Florida, Hard Rock Stadium

21 – St. Louis, Missouri, Dome At Americas Center

24 – Phoenix, AZ, State Farm Stadium

26 – Las Vegas, NV, Allegiant Stadium

30 – San Francisco, California, Levi’s Stadium


02 – Los Angeles, California, Sofi Stadium

03 – Los Angeles, California, Sofi Stadium

11 – Vancouver, Canada, Place BC

13 – Seattle, Washington, Lumen Field

18 – Kansas City, Kansas, Arrowhead Stadium

21 – Dallas, Texas, AT&T Stadium

23 – Houston, TX, NRG Stadium

27 – New Orleans, Louisiana, Caesars Superdome

The announcement comes after Beyoncé confirmed a 2023 “Renaissance” tour via auction last year.

Last month, Beyoncé gave her first concert in four years at the opening of a luxury hotel in Dubai, although she did not perform any songs from “Renaissance.”

In its review of “Renaissance,” NME described the singer’s first studio album in six years as a “celebration of black love and joy” that is “indebted to New Orleans house music and bouncing, sharply genre-defining “.

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