Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Is Almost Over! How to Get Last-Minute Tickets to Houston & More for Cheap

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Get your disco cowboy hats ready! Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour is heading into the final stretch. There are only four more dates left on the tour, including back-to-back shows in Houston starting on Saturday (Sept. 23.)

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The “Cuff It” singer’s Houston homecoming kicked off Friday with a surprise visit to the Knowles-Rowland House redevelopment ceremony alongside her mother, Tina Knowles.

Construction on the $8 million complex, which was initially built in 1999 and burned down in 2021, will begin next year. The complex will provide affordable housing to dozens of Houston’s unhoused residents.

Beyoncé has had a busy month. After an epic three nights of sold-out shows at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., including a star-studded birthday concert on Sept. 4 with surprise appearances from Diana Ross and Kendrick Lamar, the superstar took a week off to relax. After the birthday break, Bey returned to the stage in Vancouver, B.C., and Seattle before heading to Arlington, Texas earlier in the week. Beyoncé will perform two shows at Houston’s NRG Stadium this weekend.

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The Renaissance tour has already made its way around most of the U.S. Between the setlist, wardrobe, visuals, Blue Ivy’s adorable dance cameos and the return of Les Twins, Mrs. Carter has been pulling out all the stops for her first jaunt in more than six years.

Night 1 of the Renaissance World Tour kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden, in May.

If you want to be in the building for one of the most anticipated tours of 2023, we’ve rounded up details on how to get last-minute tickets, how much they cost and other tour info that you might need to know.

Where to Buy Cheap Tickets to Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour

Beyoncé made sure that fans — not resellers — had first dibs on tickets to her tour. According to Ticketmaster, a “lottery-style” process was employed to determine which Verified Fans got access codes to purchase tickets, while others get waitlisted until more tickets became available.

“Fan demand already exceeds the number of tickets available by more than 800 percent based on the registration numbers in the Group A cities,” read a statement on the Ticketmaster website when tickets went on sale in February. “It is expected that many interested fans may not be able to get tickets because demand drastically exceeds supply.”

Resale tickets to the Renaissance Tour are currently available at Ticketmaster/LiveNation, in addition to Vivid Seats, Stub Hub and Seat Geek.

How Much Do Beyoncé Tickets Cost?

Although ticket prices vary depending on seat location, based on average prices on Ticketmaster, Vivid Seats, Seat Geek and Stub Hub, fans can expect to pay around $400-$550 (including fees) for a decent seat — but that’s not the lowest ticket price available. Resale tickets for Houston are currently priced as low as $279 at StubHub. Prices go up based on demand, so it’s best to get tickets early, especially the dates that are selling out quickly such as her Houston shows.

At press time, tickets to New Orleans and Kansas City are currently priced at around $170 up to around $3,400 for the cheapest passes.

Where can you find the cheapest tickets online? Finding cheap tickets to a highly-anticipated tour means being flexible about dates and locations, and possibly sitting in the nosebleeds or an area with a limited view of the stage.

One the other hand, if you don’t live in the city where you find a cheaper ticket, you could end up spending more money overall. That said, the cheapest resale tickets that we’ve found are priced as low as $185 on StubHub — but on average, most of the lower-priced tickets are around $300 and up, and that doesn’t include fees.

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Want to see Beyoncé in Houston? Last-minute, resale tickets for her homecoming shows on Sept. 23 and 24 average around $300-$600 on StubHub, $275 and up at Seat Geek and $262-$513 at Ticketsmarter. To score last-minute tickets for cheap, it doesn’t hurt to wait until the day of or day before the show as resale tickets might be lower than usual, but you probably don’t want to wait too long to grab tickets to the Houston. For comparison, tickets to Bey’s Houston’s concerts are mostly priced at $500 and up, while the cheapest tickets to her show in New Orleans at approximately $170.

Buying tickets early is a safe choice because you’ll have more seating options and a wider range of ticket prices to choose from, and resale prices sometimes increase on the day of the concert.

Because Beyoncé took extra steps so that resellers wouldn’t hike up ticket prices, fans can find resale tickets for an affordable rate but if you have a specific budget in mind, it’s probably best to get your tickets now. According to fan posts on TikTok and Twitter in February, when you attempt to resell tickets, the following notification pops up: “You cannot resell your tickets for higher than the price you paid, including all fees.”

As for the more expensive options, tickets closest to the stage will cost you around $1,000 at minimum and upwards of $5,000 for the “Club Renaissance” section depending on the date of the concert.

Where Does the Renaissance Tour Head Next?

The Renaissance World Tour has made stops in London, Paris, Barcelona, Brussels, Cologne, Stockholm and Amsterdam. The North American leg kicked off in Toronto in July and includes stops in Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Miami, Las Vegas, Atlanta, St. Louis, Kansas City, Nashville, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Seattle and Arlington. After Houston, the tour heads to New Orleans on Sept. 27 and Kansas City, Mo., on Oct. 1.

Renaissance Tour Merch: Where to Buy Online

Renaissance tour merch is available on Beyoncé’s official Amazon store. So far, Queen Bey has released four merch drops comprised of tour-branded T-shirts, sweatpants and sweatshirts. The new Ivy Paradise collection sold out already, but you might be able to find pieces on Stockx.

Beyoncé first previewed the latest Ivy Park x Adidas collection during a performance in Amsterdam in June.

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