Beyoncé support act: Renaissance tour 2023 line-up explained ahead of London concerts

The Queen of Pop, who toured the UK with husband Jay-Z in 2018, is leaving fans guessing as to who her support act is for the ongoing leg of her 2023 Renaissance World Tour

Beyoncé will be supporting herself on her UK tour.

In a move befitting her Queen of Pop status, the superstar will open her own concert. Fans can expect her to perform more than 30 songs per night during the Renaissance World Tour.

For those travelling to London's Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, they might be expecting an up-and-coming artist to support Beyoncé - but instead it will be the Single Ladies singer herself fulfilling that role.

Who is the support act for Beyoncé's UK tour?

The pop superstar will be her own opening act at London's Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - and the other dates on the UK tour. Her show is split into separate parts - and the first section of the show acts as the prologue or support to the rest of her show.

During this section she will perform the following four songs:

  • Dangerously in Love
  • Flaws and All
  • 1+1
  • I Care

Who has supported Beyoncé in the past?

The Queen of Pop last toured the UK in 2018 with the On The Run II Tour with her husband Jay-Z. The tour also started in Cardiff before heading to Scotland - except it was Glasgow on that occasion.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z were joined by a different opening act on each night of the tour - including DJ Tom Clugston, Nasty P and DJ Stylus. Her last solo shows in the UK were for the Formation Tour in 2016 - during these shows, her opening act was DJ Magnum.