How much are Beyoncé tickets? Renaissance 2023 UK tour details

We explain how you can bag yourself Beyoncé tickets

Beyonce on stage performing during her Renaissance tour coming to the UK in May 2023
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Queen B has announced her first world tour in seven years, leaving fans eager to know how much are Beyoncé tickets?

Beyoncé has officially sent fans into a spin with many in the UK trying to secure tickets to a new hotly anticipated world tour that will see her take new album Renaissance on the road. Following three sold-out presales, tickets went on general sale today and there's still time left to secure yourself one, thanks to two new additional UK dates being announced amidst the rush.

2023 is already shaping up to be a great year for music, with Lewis Capaldi tickets having gone on sale just a few months ago, Harry Styles returning to Wembley Stadium this summer and of course the return of Glastonbury to Worthy Farm - but now there's even more to look forward to. We share everything to know about how much are Beyoncé tickets and how you can get your hands on them...

How much are Beyoncé tickets? Renaissance 2023 tour

  • Reserved Seats - VIP Stage £170.00
  • Standing - Beehive - £170.00
  • Standing - Club Renaissance - £170.00
  • Standing - VIP Platform - £140.00
  • Reserved Seats - £140.00
  • Standing - Gold Circle - £140.00
  • Reserved Seats - £125.00
  • Standing - GA Pitch Standing - £95.00
  • Reserved Seats - £95.00
  • Reserved Seats - £75.00
  • Reserved Seats - £50.00

Tickets to see Beyoncé on her Renaissance World Tour in the UK cost between £50 and £170. While prices may vary according to venue, it's being reported that standard seated tickets cost between £50 and £170 depending on area.

Meanwhile, standing tickets cost more and are priced between £95 and £177. There are also VIP tickets and packages available to purchase, which cost as much as several thousand pounds.

Fans on social media have been critical about the cost of tickets, reminding Beyoncé that she'd advised people to "quit their jobs" on her recent single 'Break My Soul'.

One Twitter user wrote, "Beyoncé better price those tickets like someone who told people to quit their jobs last July," while another said, "Hey Beyoncé girl, please don’t forget you told us to quit our jobs on that album. Not too much on those prices please and thanks miss mamas!"

How to get Beyoncé tickets

Tickets for Beyoncé's world tour are available to buy now via Ticketmaster, Live Nation and through other venue websites. General sale began at 10am on Tuesday 7 February.

Some lucky Beyonce fans were able to secure tickets before this date though, due to a number of presale options. A Live Nation presale took place from 10am to 6pm on Friday 3 February, while a BeyHive presale occured on Monday February 6 from 10am to 6pm.

Additionally, an O2 Priority presale kicking off at 10am last Thursday. However, during the sale, the company's website and app crashed for some users who were trying to purchase tickets, due to the huge demand.

Where is Beyoncé touring in the UK in 2023?

  • May 17: Cardiff – Principality Stadium
  • May 20: Edinburgh – Murrayfield
  • May 23: Sunderland – Stadium of Light
  • May 29: London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • May 30: London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • June 3: London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (NEW DATE ADDED)
  • June 4: London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (NEW DATE ADDED)

Following incredible demand during the general sale on February 7, the entertainer added two extra dates to her London performances at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Fans can now get tickets to see her in the capital on June 3 and 4 too. 

The additional dates were announced after more than half a million fans joined the Ticketmaster online queues this morning, when tickets became available to buy after 10am.

After her UK stint, the Renaissance tour then continues across North America with shows in Toronto, Chicago, East Rutherford, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston and more.

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