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Beyoncé Will Reportedly Go On Tour Next Summer

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Multiple sources have told Page Six that Renaissance vocalist Beyoncé will go on tour next summer, her first tour since OTR II in 2018.

Get your wallets ready, Beyhive. Multiple sources have recently told Page Six that Beyoncé will go on tour next summer to support her seventh album Renaissance. According to the article, one source said that Queen Bey has booked stadiums worldwide, while another source claimed that an official tour announcement can be expected in the coming weeks.

With 16 tracks, Renaissance features Grace Jones, Tems and Beam. Upon the album’s release, Bey dedicated the album to her father Mathew Knowles, mother Tina Knowles-Lawson, and late “godmother” Uncle Jonny.

“Creating this album allowed me a place to dream and to find escape during a scary time for the world. It allowed me to feel free and adventurous in a time when little else was moving,” Bey wrote in a statement. “My intention was to create a safe place. A place without judgment. A place to be free of perfectionism and overthinking. A place to scream. Release. Feel Freedom. It was a beautiful journey of exploration.”

Renaissance marks the introduction of a three-part release from Beyoncé, with Act II rumored to release before the end of the year. Her upcoming tour will be her latest since 2018, when she embarked on the On The Run II tour with husband and longtime collaborator Jay-Z. Their first collaborative album Everything Is Love was made public during their OTR II tour stop in London, as the duo performed singles “Apesh**,” “Nice,” and more during other dates.

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