The singer formalized her “Renaissance World Tour” on Wednesday, which is part of the release of her latest album “Renaissance”. It is expected next May in Paris, then in June in Marseille.
A new world tour for Beyoncé. The singer, who found success last year with her disc Renaissanceformalized this Wednesday its Renaissance World Tour and unveiled the details of the dates. French fans will have two chances to go and applaud him.
The interpreter of Break My Soul will perform on May 26 at the Stade de France, then on June 11 at the Orange Vélodrome in Marseille. Live Nation announced the opening of presales this Friday at 10 a.m., and the official sale on February 7 at the same time.
The official tour website originally announced a third French concert, in Lyon on June 6, which BFMTV.com had relayed. This date has since disappeared from the singer’s site and it will not, according to our information, actually take place.
Other gigs disappeared from the list minutes after it was posted, including a London date on June 2 and another in Toronto on July 9.
Concerts all summer
Only European and North American dates have so far been announced, which suggests that other concerts, located on other continents, should follow.
The current schedule starts in Stockholm on May 10 and crosses Europe to Warsaw on June 27, before continuing across the Atlantic. The latest date announced to date will be September 27 in New Orleans.
A controversial album
Released six years later Lemonade, Renaissance is a 16-track album where we meet Donna Summer, the father of disco Giorgio Moroder or James Brown. The set is carried by the single Break My Soul.
Renaissance sparked several controversies. After theft chargesa sample of the song Milkshake de Kelis was stripped of the title Energy. Beyoncé has also re-recorded the lyrics of his song Heated because of a term considered to be mocking.