Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour grossed $579m (£474m/€548m) worldwide, and welcomed 2.7 million fans across 56 dates in 39 cities.
The tour was produced by Parkwood Entertainment and promoted by Live Nation, and made history across a number of dates. Five nights held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London was a record for the venue since it opened in 2019, and welcomed 238,000 fans across all shows.
Beyoncé’s European leg of the Renaissance World Tour grossed $154.4m and sold one million tickets across 21 performances. The figure surpassed 2016’s Formation World Tour and 2018’s On the Run II Tour (which was co-headlined with husband Jay-Z) European legs, which earned $87m.
It was also revealed at the singer’s Kansas City finale last weekend that the tour will be made into a movie that will hit cinemas on December 1. Ticket pre-sales were then made available by cinema chains including AMC, Regal and Cinemark.
The tour was run by more than 300 touring crew members, with Beyoncé also bringing out artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Megan Thee Stallion and Diana Ross.