After getting the town into formation at Raymond James Stadium in 2016, Queen Bey announced plans to come back to the Bay this summer.
Details about tickets to see Beyoncé at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on Wednesday, Aug. 16 are not yet available. The only other Florida date on Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour is at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on Aug. 18.
The 41-year-old superstar’s seventh album, Renaissance, was released last summer and immediately hit no. 1 on the Billboard 200. She said it was the first in a three-part series, so no one would be surprised if she gave fans new music before her upcoming world tour of stadiums kicks off in Sweden this summer.
The run is her first outing since co-headlining a 2018 tour with her husband, Jay-Z, and in support of an album that saw a few edits after its release (as P4K points out, ableist lyrics were replaced, along with edits to a song that featured Kelis).
Beyoncé—who already has 25 Grammys—could also arrive in Tampa this fall with even more accolades since she’s nominated for nine more golden gramophones at the 2023 awards.