Beyoncé’s highly-anticipated “Renaissance” world tour is officially off and running, and the first stop in Sweden is packed with a ton of surprises!!!
Her big debut show is going down at Stockholm’s Friends Arena, and fans are buzzing with excitement — even those who aren’t there — as it is the first time Beyoncé’s been on tour in the last 4.5 years.
The early review is well-worth all the hype — Bey opened the concert singing her throwback hit “Dangerously in Love”.
She went on to perform songs from last year’s “Renaissance” album, which she dedicated to her Uncle Johnny … bringing out several well-known vogue-style dancers, including Honey Balenciaga. The performance included several nods to the LGBTQ+ community.
As you know, Beyoncé released ‘Renaissance’ — her 7th no. 1 album — back in July. And, it earned a Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album.
During the show, Bey also brought back the Les Twins, who she worked with a lot in the past and who became known as her onstage dancing twins. They appeared in her Homecoming Coachella documentary. And, she wouldn’t be Queen B without many different wardrobe changes and props, which she had plenty of!
Renaissance Summer is here, folks!!