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Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Is Coming to a City Near You: Here Are All the Ways to Buy Tickets Online

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Feeling stressed about getting tickets to Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour? Queen Bey is giving the BeyHive plenty of chances to see her on tour, but demand for tickets has already skyrocketed and could get even higher after the Grammys on Sunday, where Beyoncé is up for nine nominations.

The first 40 dates of the tour were announced earlier this week, followed by an additional seven shows in Toronto; Chicago; Washington, D.C.; Atlanta; Houston; Los Angeles; and East Rutherford, N.J. If you want to be in the building for one of the most anticipated tours of 2023 – we’ve rounded up details on when, where and how to get tickets, plus other important info that you might need to know.

Where to Buy Tickets to Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour

Tickets to the Renaissance Tour are available at and — but there are a few steps that you’ll need to take first. For starters, you must register as a Verified Fan to score tickets, although registering doesn’t automatically mean that you’ll get them.

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Beyoncé wants to ensure that fans — not resellers — get first dibs on tickets to her tour. According to Ticketmaster, a “lottery-style” process will be used to determine which Verified Fans will receive access codes to purchase tickets while others will be waitlisted. Citi cardmembers can get exclusive access to presale tickets upon registering here until Thursday, Feb. 9. Verified Fan presale tickets will go on sale on Monday (Feb. 6) from 2 p.m. ET until 10 p.m. ET.

Because new dates were announced this week, the Verified Fan registration for Group A ended Friday (Feb. 3) at noon ET. Registration for Group B will be open until next Thursday, Feb. 9, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Group B registration includes shows in Boston, Dallas, Miami, San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis and Tampa, Fla.

“Fan demand already exceeds the number of tickets available by more than 800 percent based on the registration numbers in the Group A cities,” reads a statement on the Ticketmaster website. “It is expected that many interested fans may not be able to get tickets because demand drastically exceeds supply.”

Group C registration ends Feb. 16 at 11:59 p.m. ET and includes shows in Charlotte, Detroit, Phoenix, St. Louis, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Nashville and Kansas City, Mo. Tickets to the Renaissance Tour are also available on Vivid Seats.

How Much Do Beyoncé Tickets Cost?

It’s been six years since Beyoncé’s last jaunt, and judging by her stunning performance in Dubai, the Renaissance Tour will be visually and vocally extravagant.

Although ticket prices vary depending on seat location, based on prices for other major tours, fans can expect to pay around $300 for decent seats — and that’s probably on the lower end of the price spectrum. Luckily, Beyoncé took extra steps so that resellers don’t hike up ticket prices. According to fan posts on TikTok and Twitter, 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.”

When Does the Renaissance Tour Start?

The Renaissance World Tour launches May 10 in Stockholm, Sweden, and will make stops in London, Paris, Barcelona, Brussels, Cologne, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and other cities overseas until the end of June. The North American leg kicks off in Toronto in July and will hit Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Kansas City, San Francisco, Houston and other cities before wrapping in New Orleans on Sept. 27.

Renaissance Tour Merch: Where to Buy

Renaissance tour merch hasn’t dropped on Beyoncé’s website yet, but it’ll probably arrive closer to the start of the tour. In the meantime, fans can cop Beyoncé merch on Amazon and Etsy until the official merch drops online.

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