Beyoncé has announced her long-awaited world tour, here’s how to get tickets

By CLTure

February 1, 2023

On the first day of Black History Month, 28-time Grammy Award-winning artist, Beyoncé, has announced her long-awaited world tour coming off of her seventh studio album, Renaissance. Beyoncé will kick off the international tour in Stockholm on May 10 and perform in Charlotte at Bank of America Stadium on Wednesday, August 9.

This will be Beyoncé’s first tour since her co-headlining On the Run II Tour with husband, Jay-Z, which came through Columbia, South Carolina in 2018. It will Beyoncé’s first time performing in Charlotte since 2013’s The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, which came to Time Warner Cable Arena (now Spectrum Center).

Renaissance, was revealed as the first act in what will be a three-part series, and was released on July 29, 2022, immediately reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The album is also nominated for nine Grammy Awards including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year.

Beyoncé’s non-profit, BeyGOOD, will also support local entrepreneurs in select cities through luncheons celebrating small business owners and grant opportunities. One thousand small businesses will be supported with a commitment totaling one million dollars, according to the press release.

You can register for access to tickets through the BeyHive, Citi Card or as a Verified Fan at

Due to high demand, a lottery-style process will determine which registered fans will receive an access code for tickets. Registered BeyHive fans will receive an email on February 19 with a pre-sale starting on February 20. Citi Card holders will receive an email by February 20 with a pre-sale on February 21. Verified Fans will receive an email by February 24 with on-sale beginning February 25.

North American tour dates:

July 12 – Philadelphia, PA at Lincoln Financial Field
July 15 – Nashville, TN at Nissan Stadium
July 17 – Louisville, KY at Cardinal Stadium
July 20 – Minneapolis, MN at Huntington Bank Stadium
July 22 – Chicago, IL at Soldier Field
July 26 – Detroit, MI at Ford Field
July 29 – East Rutherford, NJ at MetLife Stadium
August 1 – Foxborough, MA at Gillette Stadium
August 3 – Pittsburgh, PA at Heinz Stadium
August 5 – Washington, D.C. at FedEx Field
August 9 – Charlotte, NC at Bank of America Stadium
August 11 – Atlanta, GA at Mercedes Benz Stadium
August 16 – Tampa, FL at Raymond James Stadium
August 18 – Miami Gardens, FL at Hard Rock Stadium
August 21 – St. Louis, MO at Dome at America’s Center
August 24 – Glendale, AZ at State Farm Stadium
August 26 – Las Vegas, NV at Allegiant Stadium
August 30 – Santa Clara, CA at Levi’s Stadium
September 2 – Inglewood, CA at SoFi Stadium
September 11 – Vancouver, British Columbia at BC Place
September 13 – Seattle, WA at Lumen Field
September 18 – Kansas City, MO at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
September 21 – Dallas, TX at AT&T Stadium
September 23 – Houston, TX at NRG Stadium
September 27 – New Orleans, LA at Caesars Superdome

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