Beyoncé's tour will not pass through Montreal
American megastar Beyoncé announced on Wednesday a tour of Europe and North America from May to September to promote her album “Renaissance”, a few days before the Grammy Awards ceremony where she is the artist the most named.
The concerts of “Queen B”, which will follow from May 10 to June 27 throughout Europe – notably at the Stade de France near Paris on May 26 and at the Vélodrome in Marseille on June 11 – then in the United States and Canada from July 8 to September 27, will mark “her first solo tour in more than six years”, according to a press release from the singer.
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According to the specialized media Variety, the announcement is no coincidence, four days before the 65th Grammy Awards ceremony – awards of the American music industry – which will be held Sunday in Los Angeles.
The magazine speculates on an appearance or even a performance on stage on Sunday by the popstar and, why not, with her husband, rapper and businessman Jay-Z.
For the Grammys, the equivalent of the music Oscars, Beyoncé is nominated in nine categories, which bodes well for a rematch with British pop diva Adele, who has seven.
The album “Renaissance the seventh solo for the 41-year-old Houston-born star was the global musical event of the summer of 2022, further sculpting her statue as the undisputed queen of the dance floor.
Beyoncé's press release also mentions the charitable and philanthropic actions in favor of self-help organizations of black people that will be carried out during her European and North American tour by her association BeyGOOD.
For the northern part -American, the tickets will start to be re put on sale on February 6, via the Ticketmaster website.