Beyonce has announced her first world tour in seven years.
The singer, 41, will take her latest album Renaissance on the road, with the tour beginning in Europe this May before concluding in America in September.
Yet eager fans will have to wait to bag themselves a ticket as the songstress has not revealed when they will go on sale, simply hinting that it will be ‘soon.’
Beyonce released Renaissance, her seventh studio album containing the hit track Break My Soul, in July 2022.
The album has earned Beyonce nine nominations at the upcoming Grammy awards.
As with previous tours, Beyoncé will make her mark offstage, too, with BeyGOOD, the initiative she founded in 2013 to support people and programs around the world.
In various cities throughout the tour, BeyGOOD will support entrepreneurs through Black Parade Route luncheons, celebrating small business owners, with grant opportunities being awarded and a foray of services with global partners to promote business sustainability.
One thousand small businesses will be supported with a commitment, while BeyGOOD will also support students through scholarship funds that will be given to colleges and universities in ten different cities along the tour.
Each school will be given one hundred thousand dollars and will select the student recipients.
BeyGOOD’s total scholarship commitment during RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR will be one million dollars.
The world tour comes after Beyoncé returned to the stage with a grand performance in Dubai last month, marking her first concert in four years.
The musical icon was taking to the stage to celebrate the opening of new luxury hotel Atlantis The Royal, which managed to draw out a bevy of international stars.
Despite the high profile of the event, the hitmaker tried to tamp down on the publicity by banning recording and forcing attendees to lock up their phones ahead of the show.
Every Renaissance World Tour date
May 10: Stockholm, SE (Friends Arena)
May 14: Brussels, BE (Baudoin Stadium)
May 17: Cardiff, UK (Principality Stadium)
May 20: Edinburgh, UK (Murrayfield)
May 23: Sunderland, UK (Stadium of Light)
May 26: Paris, FR (Stade de France)
May 29: London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
May 30: London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
June 2: London, UK (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)
June 6: Lyon, FR (Groupama Stadium)
June 8: Barcelona, SP (Olympic Stadium)
June 11: Marseille, FR (Orange Vélodrome)
June 15: Cologne, DE (Rheinenergiestadion)
June 17: Amsterdam, NL (JC Arena)
June 18: Amsterdam, NL (JC Arena)
June 21: Hamburg, DE (Volksparkstadion)
June 24: Frankfurt, DE (Deutsche Bank Park)
June 27: Warsaw, PL (Pge Nardowy)
July 8: Toronto, CA (Rogers Centre)
July 9: Toronto, CA (Rogers Centre)
July 12: Philadelphia, PA (Lincoln Financial Field)
July 15: Nashville, TN (Nissan Stadium)
July 17: Louisville, KY (Cardinal Stadium)
July 20: Minneapolis, MN (Huntington Bank Stadium)
July 22: Chicago, IL (Soldier Field)
July 26: Detroit, MI (Ford Field)
July 29: New York, NY (Metlife Stadium)
July 30: New York, NY (Metlife Stadium)
August 1: Boston, MA (Gillette Stadium)
August 3: Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Field)
August 5: Washington, DC (FedEx Field)
August 9: Charlotte, NC (Bank of America Stadium)
August 11: Atlanta, GA (Mercedes Benz Stadium)
August 16: Tampa, FL (Raymond James Stadium)
August 18: Miami, FL (Hard Rock Stadium)
August 21: St. Louis, MI (Dome at Americas Center)
August 24: Phoenix, AZ (State Farm Stadium)
August 26: Las Vegas, NV (Allegiant Stadium)
August 30: San Francisco, CA (Levi’s Stadium)
September 2: Los Angeles, CA (Sofi Stadium)
September 3: Los Angeles, CA (Sofi Stadium)
September 11: Vancouver, CA (Bc Place)
September 13: Seattle, WA (Lumen Field)
September 18: Kansas City, KS (Arrowhead Stadium)
September 21: Dallas, TX (AT&T Stadium)
September 23: Houston, TX (NRG Stadium)
September 27: New Orleans, LA (Caesars Superdome)