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RENAISSANCE TOUR:
THE NUMBERS

Beyoncé’s 2023 RENAISSANCE World Tour played 56 dates, earned over $579m in ticket sales and was seen by more than 2.7m fans.

Produced by Parkwood Entertainment and promoted by Live Nation, the tour wrapped Sunday at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium after visiting 39 cities in 10 countries. It began with 238k people attending five sold-out nights at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the first time any artist had played five shows at the 63,000-seater.

Special guests included Kendrick Lamar, Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter Blue Ivy Carter; Diana Ross sang “Happy Birthday” to Bey in L.A.

As with previous tours, Beyoncé made her mark with BeyGOOD, which supports organizations that serve marginalized and underserved communities with access to scholarships, opportunities for internships that lead to job placement and resources to support entrepreneurship.

BeyGOOD boosted 1,000 small businesses in various cities with a commitment totaling $1m. The first $100k was awarded to 10 small businesses in London. BeyGOOD also earmarked $1m for scholarships in 10 urban centers.

Photo: Julian Dakdouk

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