Beyoncé has asked her fans who will be attending the upcoming concerts to dress in silver, in honor of the season of the Virgin.
The iconic pop star is embarking on a US tour to celebrate the release of her seventh studio album, “Renaissance,” which was released in July. Now, for his upcoming live performances, he has asked his fans to come dressed in silver.
The series of concerts will take place during the astrological season of Virgo, the same sign in which the singer and composer was born.
“The season of the virgin is upon us,” he wrote in for Instagram Stories. “This tour has been such a joy and as we come to the end of the month my birthday wish is to celebrate with you by wearing your best silver clothes at the shows from August 23rd to September 22nd! “
“Every night we will put a disco ball around ourselves. Everything showing each other’s joy. The season of virgins together in a chrome house. See you there.”
Beyoncé will celebrate her 42nd birthday on September 4, the same day she will perform for the third time in a row at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. Other tour dates that fall in the Virgo season include stops in Glendale, Las Vegas, Seattle Arlington, and more. Find the full list of remaining dates and tickets here.
Earlier this year, it was reported that “Renaissance” could be Beyoncé’s highest-grossing concert tour, and could even surpass the revenue of all her previous concerts combined.
His last tour, ‘On The Run II’ in 2018, reportedly grossed $254 million (£203 million), although his current string of dates are rumored to be on track to top £2,000. million dollars (1.6 billion pounds).
His show in London earlier in the year received a five-star review from NME, who described it as “the brightest tour of the summer”.
“It’s exciting to see the fun character that runs through the whole show,” he read. “No one could deny that Beyoncé is one of the most talented titans in music, but now there is a lightness in her performance that offers something new.”
Oprah Winfrey also praised the famous tour, describing it as “the most extraordinary show” she had ever seen.