Beyoncé kicks off “Renaissance” world tour with hits & new favorites

Beyoncé kicked off her highly anticipated “Renaissance” world tour in Stockholm, opening with slower favorites before performing upbeat cuts such as “Alien Superstar” and “Cuff It.” The tour includes stops at more than 50 cities, with Forbes predicting it could out-earn Taylor Swift’s ongoing tour by a whopping $500 million. “Renaissance” was one of 2022’s most celebrated releases, winning Beyoncé four Grammys and landing at No. 1 on Page Six’s list of the best albums.

Beyoncé opened her highly anticipated “Renaissance” world tour with slower favorites before performing upbeat cuts and greatest hits, and the tour is expected to out-earn Taylor Swift’s ongoing Eras tour by a whopping $500 million with an estimated gross of nearly $2.1 billion, making it the most successful concert series of all time.

Beyoncé Begins Her Highly Anticipated “Renaissance” World Tour
After months of anticipation, Beyoncé kicked off her highly awaited “Renaissance” world tour on Wednesday, 8th March, in Stockholm, Sweden. The singer began the show with some of her slower hits such as “Dangerously in Love 2” and “I Care” before moving on to her more upbeat “Renaissance” tracks including “Alien Superstar” and “Cuff It”. The concert closed with “Summer Renaissance” after three hours of constant entertainment.

This tour is expected to visit more than 50 cities, including Amsterdam, London, Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New Orleans. It is predicted that this tour could outdo Taylor Swift’s ongoing Eras Tour by earning a gross of nearly $2.1 billion, surpassing Swift’s earnings by a whopping $500 million according to Forbes.

Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” album, one of the most celebrated releases of 2022, landed at number one on Page Six’s list of the best albums of the year. The album’s dance tracks earned Queen Bey four Grammys, making her the most decorated artist in the Grammy’s history with 32 career wins.

This latest tour is Beyoncé’s first solo outing since 2016’s “Formation” world tour, and it follows her 2018 joint tour with her husband, Jay-Z, to promote their album “Everything Is Love”. The singer described “Renaissance” as the first part of a “three-act project”, but it is not yet clear what else she has in store for her fans.

To see if Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour is coming to a city near you, check out the itinerary that includes stops in more than 50 cities worldwide. With the caliber of her music and talent, this “Renaissance” tour is without a doubt a show that is not to be missed.

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