Beyoncé Announces U.K. Tour, Millions Of Fans Join Queue
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Beyoncé Announces U.K. Tour, Millions Of Fans Join Queue

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General sale tickets for Beyoncé’s upcoming U.K. tour go on sale at 10:00 AM on Tuesday. She’ll be performing in London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, and Sunderland. Following the announcement, millions of fans have joined the Ticketmaster queue in anticipation. The concerts will mark Beyoncé’s first solo performances in the U.K. since 2016.

Prices for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour range from £56 for a seated ticket to £2,400 for a VIP “on-stage” front-row experience. Three extra London dates have already been added in anticipation of their popularity. With this many fans already in the queue, it’s possible Beyoncé adds even more dates.

Tickets for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour in the United States already went on sale, last week. The iconic pop star added shows in Toronto, Washington D.C., Chicago, as well as L.A., and more as shows quickly sold out. In a press statement, Live Nation shared that fan demand exceeded available seats by over 800%. “It is still expected that the majority of interested fans will not be able to get tickets,” they said. “Demand drastically exceeds supply.”

Fans on Twitter have been posting about the long queue lines throughout the morning. One wrote: “I’m in the queue for the 6/1 show. Unless 400k people before me turned down tickets… Beyoncé is stressing me OUT. I just wanna see the show.” Another added: “Every time I decide I’ve given up on Beyonce tickets she adds a new date – and then there’s still 150k+ people in the queue in front of me!”

The reveal of Beyoncé’s U.K. tour dates comes after the “Break My Soul” singer set the record for most Grammy wins of all time. During the course of her career, she’s won a total of 32 trophies from the Recording Academy. Check out the schedule for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour in the U.K. below.

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  • May 17 – Cardiff, Principality Stadium
  • May 20 – Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium
  • May 23 – Sunderland, Stadium of Light
  • May 29 – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • May 30 – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • June 1 – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • June 3 – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • June 4 – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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