Beyoncé’s Pittsburgh performance cancelled due to scheduling and logistics issues

Featured Image: The Renaissance World Tour

Featured Image: The Renaissance World Tour

Beyoncé’s performance at Pittsburgh’s Acrisure Stadium, as part of the singer’s Renaissance Tour, will no longer go ahead due to production logistics and scheduling issues.

Acrisure Stadium confirmed the news that the show had been cancelled, with two additional stops in Seattle and Kansas City postponed. The Seattle show will take place one day later on September 13 while the Kansas concert has been moved from September 18 to October 1. 

The two venues also cited the same scheduling and production issues. 

In a statement, Acrisure Stadium said: “Due to production logistics and scheduling issues, unfortunately the August 3 Pittsburgh stop of the Renaissance World Tour will not be taking place. Refunds will automatically be issued at the point of purchase. If you have any questions or issues regarding your ticket order, please contact your point of purchase.” 

The Renaissance World Tour began in May this year in Stockholm, Sweden, before travelling across Europe through to the end of June.

The North American leg of the tour is set to being tomorrow (Saturday) at Toronto’s Rogers Centre and will now finish in Kansas City, instead of New Orleans due to the schedule change.