Beyonce has disclosed that her long-awaited Renaissance World Tour 2023 will begin on May 10 at Stockholm’s Friends Arena. It will then be in stadiums in Europe and UK over spring and summer.
The tour will continue across North America with shows in Toronto, Chicago, East Rutherford, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston, and more. There are reports that the singer is also looking at taking the show to the West African country of Ghana.
“These dates only form part of the experience and there are talks to see if a more family friendly version of her show can be taken to Ghana,” an insider told metro.co.uk.
“Live Nation is eager for all of its acts to perform in new markets and would like Bey to spearhead it if they can find the right venue and partners on the ground. She is working closely with Ay Hollywood on choreography and has spent the last year producing the live arrangements for the show,” the source continued.
The 43-date world tour is in support of her 2022 Renaissance album. The tour will be her first solo tour in more than six years.
The last time Beyonce performed in Africa was in 2018 in South Africa at the Global Citizen Festival. Her fans in Africa would be thrilled to have her once more on the continent if her tour makes a stop in Ghana. The singer recently featured Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale on her 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift.