Beyonce tour 2023 tickets: how to get a ticket as O2 priority presale opens for Renaissance gigs, and UK dates

Beyoncé is back out on the road for her Renaissance world tour - her first extended period of time touring since On the Run in 2018

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Beyonce fans are on red alert as the first batch of tickets for the Renaissance world tour are released.

It follows less than 24 hours after Beyonce officially announced dates for her upcoming Renaissance world tour, with six dates in the UK in 2023.

Following the release of her seventh studio album of the same name, the big reveal puts to end months of speculation of when the singer would announce dates for her tour. It will be the first time Beyoncé hits the road for an extended period of time since her On the Run tour in 2018.

The announcement comes after Beyoncé performed her first headline event at the launch of Atlantis the Royal, a new luxury hotel in Dubai. Which, despite a rule prohibiting videoing the event, managed to leak online. One noticeable thing about the show was that she did not include any tracks from her latest album, even ‘Break My Soul’ which was the chart topping lead single.

So, how can you get your hands on the hottest tickets in town? Here’s everything you need to know about Beyoncé’s world tour.

Beyonce tickets for Renaissance world tour

Fans hoping to get a ticket to one of Beyonce’s UK gigs have their first opportunity to secure their place in the crowd from 10am on Thursday 2 February through O2 presale.

There are further presale dates planned for Live Nation on Friday 3 February and Bee Hive members on Monday 6 February before general sale opens on Tuesday 7 February.

Beyonce’s Renaissance world tour dates

As well as six nights in the UK, Beyoncé will perform across Europe including Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg and Warsaw among others. While the US leg will see her take to the stage in New York, Philadelphia, Nashville, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

UK dates and venues

  • 17 May - Principality Stadium, Cardiff
  • 20 May - Murrayfield, Edinburgh
  • 23 May - Stadium of Light, Sunderland
  • 29 May - Tottenham Hotspur, London
  • 30 May - Tottenham Hotspur, London
  • 02 June - Tottenham Hotspur, London
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