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The tour has already made its way around most of the U.S. and the BeyHive couldn’t be more excited to see Queen Bey back on stage. Between the setlist, wardrobe, visuals, Blue Ivy’s adorable dance cameos, and the return of Les Twins, Mrs. Carter has been pulling out all the stops for her first jaunt in over six years. On Friday (Aug. 11), Beyoncé will kick off two nights of shows in Atlanta.
Night one of the tour kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden on May 10.
If you want to be in the building for one of the most anticipated tours of 2023 – we’ve rounded up details on how to get last-minute tickets, how much they cost and other tour info that you might need to know.
Where to Buy Cheap Tickets to Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour
Beyoncé made sure that fans — not resellers — had first dibs on tickets to her tour. According to Ticketmaster, a “lottery-style” process was employed to determine which Verified Fans got access codes to purchase tickets, while others get waitlisted until more tickets became available.
“Fan demand already exceeds the number of tickets available by more than 800 percent based on the registration numbers in the Group A cities,” read a statement on the Ticketmaster website when tickets went on sale in February. “It is expected that many interested fans may not be able to get tickets because demand drastically exceeds supply.”
How Much Do Beyoncé Tickets Cost?
Although ticket prices vary depending on seat location, based on average prices on Ticketmaster, Vivid Seats, Seat Geek and Stub Hub, fans can expect to pay around $350 for a decent seat — and that’s not even the lowest ticket price available.
Where can you find the cheapest tickets? Finding cheap tickets to a highly-anticipated tour means being flexible about dates and locations, and possibly sitting in the nosebleeds.
One the other hand, if you don’t live in the city where you find a cheaper ticket, you could end up spending more money overall. That said, the cheapest resale tickets that we’ve found are priced at around $86+ at Ticketmaster; $72+ at Seat Geek and $61+ on StubHub for the rescheduled Oct. 1 show in Kansas City, Mo. — but on average, most of the lower-priced tickets are around $75-$85 and up.
Because Beyoncé took extra steps so that resellers wouldn’t hike up ticket prices, fans can find resell tickets for an affordable rate. According to fan posts on TikTok and Twitter in February, when you attempt to resell tickets, the following notification pops up: “You cannot resell your tickets for higher than the price you paid, including all fees.”
As for the more expensive options, tickets closest to the stage will cost you around $900-$3,000 and upwards of $5,000 for select cities.
Where Does the Renaissance Tour Head Next?
The Renaissance World Tour has made stops in cities like London, Paris, Barcelona, Brussels, Cologne, Stockholm and Amsterdam. The North American leg kicked off in Toronto in July and includes stops in Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Kansas City, San Francisco, Nashville, Philadelphia, Houston and New Orleans. After Atlanta, the tour will head to Florida, Missouri, Nevada and California during the month of August.
Renaissance Tour Merch: Where to Buy Online
Renaissance tour merch is available on Beyoncé’s official Amazon tour. So far, Queen Bey has released two merch drops comprised of tour-branded T-shirts, sweatpants and sweatshirts. Fans can also cop pieces from the Ivy Paradise collection while it’s still in stock.
Beyoncé first previewed the latest Ivy Park x Adidas collection during a performance in Amsterdam in June.