Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour arrived in Might, and with it one dazzling live performance after one other. Throughout her Renaissance World Tour’s European leg, the singer offered multiple million tickets, making it the most important leg of any solo Beyonce tour but. What’s extra, this leg of her ongoing tour grossed $154.4 million. The Renaissance World Tour arrives in North America on July 8 with its first live performance in Toronto, Canada. Additionally learn: Priyanka Chopra grooves at Beyonce’s London live performance
European leg of Renaissance World Tour
On Might 10, the Grammy Award-winning singer had kicked off the opening night time of her tour in Stockholm, Sweden. Whereas acting at sold-out live shows throughout Europe, Beyonce not solely delivered dozens of unforgettable onstage trend moments, but in addition made plenty of cash.
As per a report by Billboard, the European leg (first 9 reveals) of the Renaissance World Tour – which wrapped up not too long ago in Warsaw – grossed a whopping $154.4 million and offered 1 million tickets throughout 21 reveals as reported by Billboard Boxscore.
Beyonce’s gross earnings from European leg of her tour
It’s the most important gross and attendance of any of Beyonce’s earlier European legs. On 2016’s The Formation World Tour and 2018’s On the Run II Tour (co-headlined with Jay-Z), she earned $87 million, marking a 77 % bump on her current stint, added the report.
Billboard additionally reported that the European leg of Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour made her the top-grossing touring act of Might.
As per an earlier report by Enterprise Plus, the typical ticket costs for the Renaissance World Tour are round $678.
About Renaissance World Tour
Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour comes on the heels of her seventh solo album, Renaissance, which was launched in July 2022. Her long-awaited Renaissance World Tour launched on Might 10 in Stockholm, Sweden, with a jaw-dropping, three-hour showcase that includes dozens of career-spanning hits. The tour had stops in London, Barcelona, Brussels and Amsterdam.
The Renaissance World Tour now heads to Canada and the US, beginning with Toronto. The tour has stops in US cities similar to Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta and Houston, amongst others, earlier than concluding on September 27 in New Orleans.