Beyonce’s Anticipated ‘Renaissance’ Tour May Have Fans Breaking Their Piggy Banks Over The Pricey Tickets

Beyoncé is stirring the hive. Renaissance, her hotly anticipated seventh solo studio album, arrived in late July. Since then, speculation has been rampant over a subsequent tour. The Beyhive still doesn’t have any Renaissance videos, outside of a new Tiffany & Co. campaign, but it seems answers are surfacing around a reported 2023 tour.

Beyoncé graced the WACO Theater’s Wearable Art Gala 2022 on Saturday (October 22) and, of course, provided an eye-popping auction item.

“Valued at a total of $20,000, United x WACO offers you a chance to see Beyoncé on her Renaissance tour starting in the summer of 2023 at any of United’s national and international destinations around the world,” the auction description read in a fan-captured photo. “This prize is complete with 2 first-class international United Airlines Polaris tickets to select cities with 3-night hotel accommodations at a Marriott property. And, to one of the most sought-after musical performances of all time, 2 concert tickets to Beyoncé’s Renaissance 2023 tour with a guided backstage tour with Miss Tina!”

“I was there when this auction happened and at the end, Miss Tina [Tina Knowles, Beyoncé’s mother] clarified that the date isn’t confirmed just yet but the tickets will be good whenever Bey goes on tour,” tweeted on-air host and journalist Gia Peppers. “Save, yes. We gotta wait til Beyoncé herself confirms from HER accounts! Hoping summer still. We’ll see!”

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So, the Beyhive is on high alert for an official announcement from Beyoncé of dates and preparing themselves — and their bank accounts — to snatch up tickets. After all, there is unconfirmed word online that the ticket package went for anywhere between $50,000 to $150,000 at the auction.

“When Beyoncé go on tour, I’m getting them front row tickets even if I have to sell a kidney idgaf,” one Twitter user wrote.

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