Beyoncé: Renaissance World Tour

The singer Beyoncé announces a world tour in 2023, the Renaissance World Tour, which will take her to Europe and North America

Get ready because if you imagined you had the list of artists you would see on live in 2023 under control, this Wednesday, February 1, comes with a load of surprises. The news came after Beyoncé published on her social networks a photo riding a horse and wearing a most sensual cowboy-style outfit. In addition, the American artist limited herself to communicating about it on her Instagram account without giving more details.

The dates and cities of this tour appear on her website, which will begin on May 10 in Stockholm (Sweden) and will end on September 27 in New Orleans, with a total of 41 concerts. The tour follows the release last July of “Renaissance,” the first album in a three-part project by the artist that she has worked on in the past three years.

In addition to Stockholm, in Europe Beyoncé will visit Brussels; London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, and Sunderland (United Kingdom); Barcelona (Spain); Paris and Marseille (France); Cologne, Hamburg, and Frankfurt (Germany), Amsterdam and Warsaw.

On the other hand, she will travel around North America with concerts in Vancouver and Toronto (Canada), as well as several US states such as Philadelphia, Nashville, Louisville, Minneapolis, Detroit, East Rutherford, Chicago, Boston, Pittsburgh, Washington DC, California, Charlotte, Atlanta, Miami, and Tampa, among others.

Inspired by the house music genre of the 1980s and 1990s, this album contains 16 full-length songs with synths, voiceovers, and references to icons like Drake, Giorgio Moroder, Grace Jones, and Nile Rodgers.

Finally, her new album has allowed her to delve into all these disco sounds that have swept the charts such as the song called ‘Cuff It’, which has not stopped playing on TikTok. For the moment we can activate the countdown and review her new tracklist.

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Andrea Esteban