Beyoncé announces Renaissance world tour 2023

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Beyoncé has finally confirmed her 2023 world tour dubbed “The Renaissance World Tour”.

However, according to Rollingstone.com, Ghana is said to be a possible destination.

The singer announced the world tour on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, on Instagram after several weeks of speculations from Beyonce fans, thus, Behives about her world tour.

Beyonce world tour is basically in support of Renaissance, an Album she released. The Album made her 7th studio Album.

Rollingstone.com said the Rennaisance tour by Bey is scheduled to make stops in stadiums across the world and seeks to kick start soon.

The tour is reported to commence in May in Europe before going to North America on July 8 with back-to-back Nights at Toronto Rogers center with Philadelphia, Nashville, Chicago, and other possible stops.

The Renaissance tour comes after Beyonce recently performed in Dubai going on a hiatus for a while. Beyonce’s illustrious performance in Dubai took place at the AtlantisThe Royal where she was reportedly paid $24 million for an hour performance.

The show in Dubai was supposed to be a private one, but fans made their way with clips from the top-notch performance by Beyonce

The Renaissance tour by Beyonce marks a reflective journey after her “The On The Run” tour in 2018. The tour took stops across North America and Europe.

According to reports from Metro.co.uk, Beyonce Rennaisance Tour in 2023 could make a stop in Ghana. Per the reports, Beyonce has said she hopes to make Ghana a possible destination for the tour.

This could be good news for the Behives in Africa because the last time Beyonce performed in Africa was in 2018 South Africa at the Global Citizen Festival where her husband Jay Z joined her on stage. Beyonce also had Shatta Wale, the reggae Dancehall single on her Album, “The Gift” which featured a host of African stars.

Ghana has been an attractive place for most entertainers in recent times with Meek Mill performing at the Afronation in December last year.

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