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Beyoncé to perform in Wales this spring

01 Feb 2023 1 minute read
Photo: Flickr, Nat Ch Villa

Beyoncé has confirmed she will perform in Cardiff’s Principality Stadium as part of her massive Renaissance tour this spring.

The global pop star announced the tour in an Instagram post today which comes following the release of her critically acclaimed album, Renaissance.

Gleeful fans took the comment section of the stars announcement with one posting: “Jesus, she just killed the gram” and another saying: “Ticketmaster better be prepared.”

The Crazy in Love sensation last performed in Cardiff back in 2018 to a sell out crowd in the Principality Stadium in a combined world tour with husband Jay-Z.

The Renaissance tour will be her first solo tour in six years

She will also stop off to perform in Edinburgh, Sunderland and London this spring.

Beyoncé first found fame as a member of girl group Destiny’s Child and moved on to a highly successful solo career boasting an array of best selling albums such as “I Am… Sasha Fierce” and “Lemonade.”


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Riki
Riki
8 months ago

No thanks! I’ll take Tom Jones and his evil, evil song…Delilah. And i will take a bit of the perverted song that is the Hotel California! Wait, HC is totally okay though? What about WAP? Man, people are so clueless.

Leigh Richards
Leigh Richards
8 months ago
Reply to  Riki

Im sure beyonce will be crestfallen to hear that a sad individual with an obsessive love of a 60 year old song about a man stabbing a woman to death isnt one of her fans 🤣

Johnny Gamble
Johnny Gamble
8 months ago

Who?

Leigh Richards
Leigh Richards
8 months ago
Reply to  Johnny Gamble

Sold hundreds of millions of records around the world and is one of the top 50 biggest selling artists of all time – you really should get out more!

hdavies15
hdavies15
8 months ago
Reply to  Leigh Richards

Doesn’t necessarily make her worth listening to. Accept that the Gambler may have a different range of musical interests. The money generated from her tours is frankly obscene.

hdavies15
hdavies15
8 months ago

This might generate enough revenue to enable the shambolic WRU to begin rebuilding its relationship with its regional sides, its public and most importantly its employees and ex-employees.

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