Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour is leaving Europe for the US, with the final three dates in Europe (doubled 27 and 28 June 2023) in Frankfurt and Warsaw. For the world R&B diva, it was a successful tour through major European cities to unprecedented publicity. A show, 7 years after the last tour, three hours of wild dancing and above all several major fashion brands, inspiring the devoted masses of fashion victims who follow it.
The superstar was seen presenting a Louis Vuitton collection designed by his colleague Pharrell Williams for the opening of Men’s Fashion Week in Paris a few days ago. 2023 is also her year as she celebrates 20 years since her solo debut: 2003 saw the release of “Crazy in Love,” the song that turned her into a full-fledged global star of contemporary black music. The tour, which kicked off from Stockholm in May, has put the singer’s passion for fashion back in the spotlight, showcasing new styles including clubbing and futuristic tailoring (and lots of Jimmy Choos) And it will end on September 27 in New Orleans. It is one of the most sensational music tours in recent live music history, grossing an estimated $2.4 billion.