The Bee Hive must be in a frenzy now that Beyoncé has officially announced the details of her long-awaited Renaissance World Tour. The mega-superstar posted the news early Wednesday morning on Instagram with a caption that read:

Instagram remarked, "Verified - "something has shifted in the cosmos.” Indeed! The Renaissance World Tour supports Bey's 7th studio LP,  Renaissance, released in July 2022. The first leg will make all the European stops jumping off on May 10, 2023, in Stockholm, wrapping up in Toronto on July 8 in Europe.

Her first stop in America will be in Philadelphia on July 12, and the last day of the tour will be on September 27 in New Orleans at Caesars Superdome. Though it hasn't been announced just yet, fans are already speculating about who the opening acts will be. For the full tour schedule, click HERE.

In the meantime, the 25-time Grammy Award-winning icon has been nominated for nine Grammy's this year for Renaissance. Her other half, Jay-Z, is credited as a songwriter on the project and was nominated alongside Beyonce for Album of The Year and Song of The Year. Jay Z also shares a Grammy nod with DJ Khaled for writing the track "God Did" for DJ Khaled. That song is up for Song of The Year, Best Rap Song, and Best Rap Performance. Hove is expected to perform at this year's Grammy's, and it is anticipated that Beyonce will perform even though she isn't listed as a performer.

We will find out soon enough with the Grammy's airing this weekend on Feb. 5 live from the Arena in L.A. In January, Beyoncé copped a quick $25 million for her most recent performance in Dubi at a private concert for the opening of the Atlantis The Royal resort. Interestingly enough, the legendary entertainer didn't perform any of her songs for the Renaissance. Does that mean she's about to drop another album? Could be. We will be watching!

For now, fans need to be focused on getting tickets if they plan on seeing this world tour cause they will not be easy to get. #taylorswift #ticketmaster. Here's what is being advised via Time Magazine: 1. - Click on the date you want to go, then register for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program. 2. - You will get an access code to purchase tickets to the event.

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