Beyoncé’s seven-year-long stage hiatus ends finally! The pop queen has kicked off her Renaissance World Tour in Stockholm, Sweden on May 10th in the presence of some 65,000 audience members.
In the days leading up to the tour, there were several speculations around the setlist to be performed by Queen Bey in her concerts. Now that the tour has begun, the setlist has officially come to light. Read on to find out which tracks Beyoncé performed during her concert in Sweden.
Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour Setlist
Beyoncé was speculated to have a three-hour-long gig at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm local time. The following songs have now been confirmed to be a part of the setlist:
Dangerously In Love 2
Flaws and All
1+1 / I’m Going Down
I’m That Girl
Alien Superstar’ with elements of ‘Sweet Dreams
Interlude – 7/11
Cuff It / Cuff It (Wetter Remix) with elements of A Night to Remember
Cuff It (Wetter Remix)’ with elements of End of Time
Break My Soul
Break My Soul (Queens Mix)
Interlude – No Angel / Ghost
Run the World (Girls)
Interlude – Black Parade / Alright
Interlude – Yoncé / Family Feud
Church Girl / Get Me Bodied
Before I Let Go’ with elements of Freakum Dress
Rather Die Young
Love On Top / I Want You Back
Crazy In Love
Interlude – Green Light / Freedom
Plastic Off the Sofa
Virgo’s Groove / Naughty Girl with elements of Speechless, Rocket, Signs and Dance for You
Move with elements of Move Ya Body
Interlude – Already / Kitty Kat / Flawless / Find Your Way Back / Nuclear / End of Time / Heard About Us
Thique with elements of Toxic
All Up In Your Mind
Drunk In Love
However, the setlist could change eventually as Beyoncé could decide to add or change a few tracks as she performs across different venues and cities.
Renaissance World Tour is Set to Feature 57 Shows
Following the debut show, Beyoncé will have another concert at the Friends Arena in Stockholm on May 11. She will then have a 19-leg European tour and perform across Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Poland, France, and the UK till June 28th.
The singer will begin the North American leg on July 8th with a show in Toronto, Canada, and move across Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Tampa, Inglewood, Vancouver, Vancouver, and Houston before concluding the tour at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans on September 27th.
The Tour is Expected to Gross Over $2 Billion
Forbes has estimated that Beyoncé would be making around $2 billion for her world tour. Considering the hype and anticipation around the tour, the business magazine has estimated the event to gross over $2.4 billion, surpassing Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour by around $500 million.
A long wait since Beyoncé’s last world tour, Formation which took place in 2016, has added to the excitement of fans. The singer has revealed that almost all of the tickets for the concerts have been sold already.
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