2023 will have at least two iconic tours as Beyonce has followed the lead of Taylor Swift and announced her “Renaissance” tour. Members of the BeyHive were thrilled when Queen B announced her tour, with the first leg taking place in Europe and the second leg being a massive stadium tour across North America.
The North American section begins on Saturday, July 8 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Beyonce plays at the same venue the following night, before her first US date at The Linc in Philadelphia on Wednesday, July 12. The tour takes Beyonce to massive venues like Gilette Stadium in Foxborough, MA, Mercedes-Benx Stadium, in Atlanta, and has three dates at SoFi Stadium just outside of San Francisco. The tour ends in the south, with a date at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, two nights at NRG Stadium in Houston, and the final show (to date) at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans on Wednesday, September 27.
Check out a full list of dates and venues at the end of this post.
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The tour started out with 41 dates and is already creeping up to closer to 50 shows. Her “Renaissance” tour has been long awaited and eagerly anticipated, with tickets selling fast. This is the type of tour that will bring fans from all over the world to a gig, so expect to be fighting for tickets with people from continents not on the tour schedule.
It has been years since Beyonce performed live for a public crowd. She got her feet wet a few weeks ago with a private concert in Dubai. That gig saw Beyonce crush a 19-song set and it will be interesting to see if that is the material she uses for “Renaissance”. The album of the same name topped the Billboard 200 last year, with Beyonce seeing “Break My Soul” hit No. 1 in the singles charts too. The all-time Grammy wins leader, Beyonce will prove she is still an R&B Goddess at stadiums this summer and fall.
2023 North America Tour Dates
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 23 — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
July 26 — Detroit, MI @ Ford Field
July 29 — East Rutherford, NJ @ Metlife Stadium
July 30 — East Rutherford, NJ @ Metlife Stadium
August 1 — Boston, MA @ Gillette Stadium
August 3 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field
August 5 — Washington, DC @ FedEx Field
August 6 — Washington, DC @ FedEx Field
August 9 — Charlotte, NC @ Bank Of America Stadium
August 11 — Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes Benz Stadium
August 12 — Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes Benz Stadium
August 14 — 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 America’s Center
August 24 — Phoenix, AZ @ State Farm Stadium
August 26 — Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium
August 27 — Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium
August 30 — San Francisco, CA @ Levi’s Stadium
Sept. 1 — Inglewood, CA @ Sofi Stadium
Sept. 2 — Inglewood, CA @ Sofi Stadium
Sept. 4 — Inglewood, CA @ Sofi Stadium
Sept. 11 — Vancouver, BC @ BC Place
Sept. 13 — Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field
Sept. 18 — Kansas City, MO @ Arrowhead Stadium
Sept. 21 — Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium
Sept. 23 — Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
Sept. 24 — Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium