What To Expect at Beyoncé “Renaissance” World Tour

By Madison E. Goldberg
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Queen Bey is back.

Beyoncé is back on the road for her “Renaissance” World Tour. The most decorated Grammy winner of all time is kicking off her lengthy tour in Europe at Sweden’s largest stadium. Fans of the R&B, house, and pop fusion artist are packing the Friends Arena in Stockholm. The house infused “Renaissance” cemented the singer’s status as the most decorated female musician of all time at the Grammys, when she took home a win for best R&B song with “Cuff It.”

The elaborate costumes Beyoncé typically wears on stage have fans excited for the aesthetic the signer will bring out during the “Renaissance” tour. New photos from the tour book are circulating online as fans prepare for the first show on the much anticipated tour.

Social Media Reactions

Social media users are praising the singer for her inclusivity on this tour. “Renaissance” is famously inspired by Beyoncé’s late uncle Jonny, who was gay and passed away from an AIDS-related illness. Jonny famously designed several of her early-career stage looks, and introduced her to house music. In homage to her uncle, the singer released her first entirely house-inspired album. Now, the progress LGBTQ+ flag was projected on stage, and the singer had all stadium bathrooms designated as gender neutral in support of trans and nonbinary people.

Fans are sharing their creative outfits inspired by the star’s many iconic on-stage ensembles.

What To Expect

The massive crowds slowly filtering into the arena are sharing tidbits of what to expect on the “Renaissance” Tour. Fans sold in the arena light up with a message that reads “fan me off.” The phrase is in reference to the lyrics in the “Renaissance” track “Heated.”

Fans worldwide are searching for live streams of the show to take a peek into what to expect of the much anticipated show.

As with her previous tours, Beyoncé’s BeyGood charity organizations will support underserved communities in each city she performs in.

Beyoncé comes to North America on the “Renaissance” tour on July 8 in Toronto, Canada. Her first American show will take place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.