Beyhive, assemble: Beyoncé has finally shared the official dates for her forthcoming Renaissance World Tour.

The pop icon confirmed the tour on Wednesday (1 February) after months of speculation.

The tour kicks off on 10 May in Stockholm, Sweden, and will remain in Europe for the next two months before launching in North America on July 8. It will make stops in Philadelphia, Nashville, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and more.

It marks Beyoncé’s first solo stretch on the road since 2016’s The Formation World Tour, which made 46 global stops in support of her sixth studio album Lemonade.

Led by the Big Freedia-assisted banger Break My Soul, which topped the Billboard Hot 100, Renaissance received universal critical acclaim for its carefree, club-ready nature.

The album also marked Beyoncé’s queerest offering yet, paying homage to the Black and LGBTQ+ pioneers of disco, funk, house music and ballroom.

Cozy, which samples Ts Madison’s viral video Bitch I’m Black and features production from Honey Dijon, charted in the US top 40 – making them the first Black trans women in history to do so.

Ahead of its release, Beyoncé celebrated the various individuals who inspired the album. She praised her Uncle Jonny, who was gay and passed away due to complications with HIV/AIDS, describing him as her “godmother and the first person to expose me to a lot of the music and the culture that serve as as inspiration for this album”.

In the statement, the star also honoured “all of the pioneers who originate culture, to all of the fallen angels whose contributions have gone unrecognised for far too long,” seemingly referencing queer icons such as Moi Renee who never achieved mainstream success due to their sexuality and/or gender identity.

The most acclaimed album of 2022, Renaissance received nine Grammy Award nominations including Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Record of the Year.

Check out all 47 stops of the Renaissance World Tour below.


  • 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 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
  • Jul 12: Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
  • Jul 15: Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium
  • Jul 17: Louisville, KY – Cardinal Stadium
  • Jul 20: Minneapolis, MN – Huntington Bank Stadium
  • Jul 22: Chicago, IL – Soldier Field Stadium
  • Jul 26: Detroit, MI – Fort Field
  • Jul 29: East Rutherford, NJ – Metlife Stadium
  • Aug 01: Boston, MA – Gillette Stadium
  • Aug 03: Pittsburgh, PA – Acrisure Stadium
  • Aug 05: Washington, DC – Fedex Field
  • Aug 09: Charlotte, NC – Bank of America Stadium
  • Aug 11: Atlanta, GA – Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • Aug 16: Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium
  • Aug 18: Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium
  • Aug 21: St. Louis, MO – Dome At America’s Center
  • Aug 24: Glendale, AZ – State Farm Stadium
  • Aug 26: Las Vegas, NV – Allegiant Stadium
  • Aug 30: San Francisco, CA – Levi’s Stadium
  • Sep 02: Los Angeles, CA – Sofi Stadium
  • Sep 13: Seattle, WA – Lumen Field
  • Sep 18: Kansas City, MO – Arrowhead Stadium
  • Sep 21: Dallas, TX – AT&T Stadium
  • Sep 23: Houston, TX – NRG Stadium
  • Sep 27: New Orleans, LA – Caesers Superdome