Beyonce announced the upcoming dates of her widely anticipated ‘Renaissance World Tour’ on her verified Instagram account on Wednesday. The Grammy winner’s seventh album, ‘Renaissance,’ was released to critical acclaim in July, and her fanatical fan following, the Bey Hive, has been anticipating news of a tour ever since.

In 2018, she and her husband, rapper Jay-Z, embarked on their most recent tour, ‘On the Run II,’ which made 48 stops across North America and Europe.

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Here’s all you need to know about Beyonce’s Renaissance tour:

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Official dates and venues:

  • May 10: Stockholm, SE, Friends Arena
  • May 14: Brussels, BE, Baudoin Stadium
  • May 17: Cardiff, UK, Principality Stadium
  • May 20: Edinburgh, UK, Murrayfield
  • May 23: Sunderland, UK, Stadium of Light
  • May 26: Paris, FR, Stade de France
  • May 29: London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • May 30: London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • June 2: London, UK, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • June 6: Lyon, FR, Groupama Stadium
  • June 8: Barcelona, SP, Olympic Stadium
  • June 11: Marseille, FR, Orange Vélodrome
  • June 15: Cologne, DE, Rheinenergiestadion
  • June 17: Amsterdam, NL, JC Arena
  • June 18: Amsterdam, NL, JC Arena
  • June 21: Hamburg, DE, Volksparkstadion
  • June 24: Frankfurt, DE, Deutsche Bank Park
  • June 27: Warsaw, PL, Pge Nardowy
  • July 8: Toronto, CA, Rogers Centre
  • July 9: Toronto, CA, Rogers Centre
  • July 12: Philadelphia, PA, Lincoln Financial Field
  • July 15: Nashville, TN, Nissan Stadium
  • July 17: Louisville, KY, Cardinal Stadium
  • July 20: Minneapolis, MN, Huntington Bank Stadium
  • July 22: Chicago, IL, Soldier Field
  • July 26: Detroit, MI, Ford Field
  • July 29: New York, NY, Metlife Stadium
  • July 30: New York, NY, Metlife Stadium
  • August 1: Boston, MA, Gillette Stadium
  • August 3: Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Field
  • August 5: Washington, DC, FedEx Field
  • August 9: Charlotte, NC, Bank of America Stadium
  • August 11: Atlanta, GA, Mercedes Benz Stadium
  • August 16: Tampa, FL, Raymond James Stadium
  • August 18: Miami, FL, Hard Rock Stadium
  • August 21: St. Louis, MI, Dome at Americas Center
  • August 24: Phoenix, AZ , State Farm Stadium
  • August 26: Las Vegas, NV, Allegiant Stadium
  • August 30: San Francisco, CA, Levi’s Stadium
  • September 2: Los Angeles, CA, Sofi Stadium
  • September 3: Los Angeles, CA, Sofi Stadium
  • September 11: Vancouver, CA, Bc Place
  • September 13: Seattle, WA, Lumen Field
  • September 18: Kansas City, KS, Arrowhead Stadium
  • September 21: Dallas, TX, AT&T Stadium
  • September 23: Houston, TX, NRG Stadium
  • September 27: New Orleans, LA, Caesars Superdome

The July record release is a tribute to Black LGBTQ culture. In “Renaissance,” disco songs, heartfelt ballads, and sensual lyrics are all bundled together.

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Beyoncé returned to the stage last month and gave a performance at the opening of the Atlantis The Royal hotel in Dubai.

Despite the opulent setting, the singer left fans wanting more by declining to perform any songs from “Renaissance,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Her first live performance in more than four years was an invitation-only affair. In 2018, she performed at the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 event.