The first solo tour in six years is announced by Beyonce

Following the release of her multiple Grammy-nominated 2022 album, “Renaissance,” pop diva Beyonce announced a 2023 world tour on Instagram, according to a media outlet. On Wednesday, the singer posted the dates and locations on her official website.

The Renaissance World Tour will take place over at least 40 days, starting on May 10 in Stockholm and continuing through June in Europe before heading to North America.

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The timing of the statement, which comes only days ahead of Sunday’s Grammy Awards, according to the media site, prompts rumors that the singer would take the stage or at the very least make an appearance.

Beyonce now has nine nominations for the Grammys, all of which are for her song “Renaissance.” According to sources, her husband Jay-Z will perform on the show with DJ Khaled, most likely to play their nominated song “God Did.”

The “Formation” tour in 2016 was Beyonce’s most recent full-length tour; it was unusually devoid of guest performers until the last performance in New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, where she brought out Kendrick Lamar and Jay-Z, according to The New York Times.

On January 21 at the brand-new Atlantis Royal Resort in Dubai, Beyonce gave her first comprehensive concert in four years. It was a complex and theatrical presentation, and according to some, she received an astounding 24 million dollars in compensation.

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